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Paradise or the Impermanence of Ice Cream

15 Jun 2021 - 26 Jun 2021


Tuesday 15 June 2021, 6.30pm - Tuesday 15 June 2021, 8.30pm

Wednesday 16 June 2021, 6.30pm - Wednesday 16 June 2021, 8.30pm

Thursday 17 June 2021, 7.30pm - Thursday 17 June 2021, 9.30pm

Friday 18 June 2021, 7.30pm - Friday 18 June 2021, 9.30pm

Saturday 19 June 2021, 7.30pm - Saturday 19 June 2021, 9.30pm

Sunday 20 June 2021, 4.00pm - Sunday 20 June 2021, 6.00pm

Tuesday 22 June 2021, 6.30pm - Tuesday 22 June 2021, 8.30pm

Wednesday 23 June 2021, 6.30pm - Wednesday 23 June 2021, 8.30pm

Thursday 24 June 2021, 7.30pm - Thursday 24 June 2021, 9.30pm

Friday 25 June 2021, 7.30pm - Friday 25 June 2021, 9.30pm

Saturday 26 June 2021, 7.30pm - Saturday 26 June 2021, 9.30pm

9-26 June


Q Theatre, 305 Queen St, Auckland City Centre

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Take a wild ride to paradise with Indian Ink’s powerful new play about impermanence – of life, love … and ice cream!

This glorious production is inspired by Ernest Becker’s Pulitzer prize winning Denial of Death and the vibrant, life-filled chaos of India’s most cosmopolitan city, Mumbai.

Jacob Rajan delivers a dazzling solo performance as he channels seven characters, weaving the afterlife and a dash of Bollywood disco into the real-life mystery of India’s vanishing vultures.

A man trying desperately to avoid death is flung between limbo and his past where a rebellious young woman holds the key that may guide him to paradise.

Infused with serious laughter, exquisite puppetry and inspired sound design, this show is guaranteed to blow your mind and melt your heart.


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The APO’s wind and brass musicians shine in a fascinating French programme.

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Doc Edge Festival

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Auckland Festival of Photography

A region-wide contemporary art and cultural event.

Silent disco turns Panmure town centre into a dance floor

Fifty people attended Panmure's second Silent Disco Citywalk, exploring the town centre and connecting with their communities.