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Dirty Work

Ticket Information

  • Adult - A Reserve: $59.99 each
  • Senior - A Reserve: $55.00 each
  • Group 6+ - A Reserve: $55.00 each
  • Adult - B Reserve: $45.00 each
  • Senior - B Reserve: $40.00 each
  • Group 6+ - B Reserve: $40.00 each
  • Youth - B Reserve: $30.00 each
  • Adult - C Reserve: $30.00 each
  • Senior - C Reserve: $25.00 each
  • Group 6+ - C Reserve: $25.00 each
  • Additional fees may apply


  • Fri 18 Aug 2023, 7:30pm
  • Sat 19 Aug 2023, 7:30pm
  • Sun 20 Aug 2023, 4:00pm


All Ages


Listed by

Elephant Publicity

This comedy celebrates an unsung hero and tips the modern office on its head.

In a toe-tapping twist there’s a different choir on stage every night, but none have read the script!

Featuring contemporary hits from Aotearoa, India and a fresh take on classic tunes, this hilarious drama is elevated by the beauty and power of people harmonising in song.

The computers are down and the big boss in India wants the impossible. A hapless middle manager, his unhelpful assistant and their chorus of office workers are making a mess of things. Which isn’t good news for the cleaner.

Workplace hierarchies are shattered, class and culture clash and from the chaos emerges a different way to value one another.

Born out of a collaboration with choral master John Rosser and leading choir Viva Voce, and featuring over 20 people on stage, Indian Ink take things up an octave in their biggest show ever.

The company’s award-winning creative team continue to weave their magic. Jacob Rajan zooms in for a very special guest appearance, Justin Rogers returns following his brilliant performance in Mrs Krishnan’s Party and is joined by rising stars Tessa Rao and Catherine Yates.

Don’t miss this world première that finds joy in the eternal toil of work.

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