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The Pink Hammer

When:

Wed 23 Jun 2021, 7:30pm–9:30pm
Thu 24 Jun 2021, 7:30pm–9:30pm
Fri 25 Jun 2021, 7:30pm–9:30pm
Sat 26 Jun 2021, 7:30pm–9:30pm

Where: Theatre Royal Nelson, 78 Rutherford St, Nelson, Nelson / Tasman

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Adult (plus service fee): $22.50 ea
  • Under 18 (plus service fee): $15.00 ea
  • Group of 4+ (pp, plus service fee): $15.00 ea
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Listed by: Theatre Royal

“Join Maggie Taylor as she guides you through basic carpentry skills and chisels away at the stereotype that has kept women out of the toolbox for so long.”

So reads the flyer for The Pink Hammer Workshop, but when Annabel, Helen, Louise and Siobhan turn up, looking forward to learning carpentry skills from a pioneering, female furniture maker, they soon discover their tutor has disappeared – along with their pre-paid fees. They find Maggie’s husband instead; a disgruntled out-of-work builder, who knows nothing about the course, even less about Girl Power and is not impressed to find four sheilas amongst his claw hammers.

Not the sort of women to back down from a challenge, the group convince Woody to teach them the tricks of the trade in this hilarious and heart-warming Kiwi comedy.

Five unhappy people in a shed full of tools. What could possibly go wrong?

“A damn good play. Very funny.” – Roger Hall

“The Pink Hammer is Kiwi comedy at its best. It’s quirky as all hell; it’s very funny; it provides phenomenally strong roles for four women – and one guy! – but more than anything else, these are recognisable New Zealanders, which is why this is an outstanding play to produce.”
– Artistic Director, Ross Gumbley, The Court Theatre