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The WonderWombs – Nelson Arts Festival

When:

Wed 23 Oct 2019, 7:00pm–8:00pm

Where: ASB Theatre Marlborough , 2 Hutcheson St, Blenheim, Marlborough

Restrictions: R16

Ticket Information:

  • Senior - ticketing fees not included: $44.00
  • Full price - ticketing fees not included: $49.00
  • Group of 6+ - per person, ticketing fees not included: $44.00
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From New Zealand’s leading circus company, The Dust Palace, comes a tenacious all-wombs troupe whose breath-taking performances are wrapped in an all-knowing nod and cheeky wink.

The WonderWombs is a chance to investigate and celebrate the physicality, mysteriousness and wonder of our bodies, and maybe even have a laugh at ourselves. This is physical circus at its best, with all the performers multi-skilled in theatre, acrobatics and comedy, presenting a night of risk, splendour, story and hilarity.

With its soundtrack of rap, poetry and buzzing beats, The WonderWombs promises a night of acrobatic athletes, whose risqué hustle explores and celebrates strength in its many forms.

"Dazzling talent with true, and utterly genuine meaning…The WonderWombs is a slippery and devilish performance." - The Creative Issue

"A sparkling, juicy, feminist manifesto that laughs and mocks and brawls and riots all the way to the finish line." - Nothing Ever Happens In Brisbane

Warning: R16, full-frontal nudity, strobe, coarse language and adult themes.

Presented by Nelson Arts Festival.

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