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Paradise Or The Impermanence Of Ice Cream Tickets

When:

Thu 29 Jul 2021, 7:30pm
Fri 30 Jul 2021, 7:30pm

Where: TSB Theatre - TSB Showplace, 92 Devon St West, New Plymouth, Taranaki

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Adults - service fees may apply Tickets from: $30.00 ea
  • Youth - service fees may apply: $30.00 ea
  • Family - service fees may apply Tickets from: $110.00 ea
  • Senior & Unwaged - service fees may apply Tickets from: $25.00 ea
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Listed by: TSB Showplace

"Flawless" - Theatrescenes

"A joy to see" - Theatreview

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.

Recommended ages 11+.

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