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Hood Street: The Musical

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The Meteor Theatre

The critically-acclaimed hit of the 2019 Hamilton Gardens Arts Festival is at The Meteor for a special, one-night-only show!

Hood Street is the home of many a late night romp and site of many a Hamilton story.

Courteney Mayall and Nick Wilkinson portray the colourful characters who patronise the fine establishments of this city: the couple on their first date, the couple on their last date, the smooth guy with all the best lines, and many more.

Collaboratively written by Hamilton’s young musical theatre talent, directed by Kyle Chuen and with an original score by Nick Braae, Hood Street: The Musical is partly a cheeky commentary on the anxieties and hopes of modern love and friendship, and mostly a heartwarming tribute to the Hamilton bars where many an enjoyable evening has been wiled away.

“...the audience was enraptured and, as cast and crew finished on a final line of “Remember the stories and give me five stars”, we knew that we would.” – stuff.co.nz

“…they have written something far better, far more unique, sensitive, silly and so damned funny – which to me makes this production priceless.” – Theatreview

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