Grumpy Old Women Are Back With Game of Crones

Tuesday 8 November 2016

Grumpy Old Women Are Back With Game of Crones

Yes they're back! This time with magic! Grumpy Old Women bring their Game of Crones to answer the unanswerable. How to fix absolutely everything!!

They conquered NZ with Grumpy Old Women, took Australia and the Universe by storm with 50 Shades of Beige and now they're in another World. Yes!

Grumpy Old Women: Game Of Crones is coming and it offers practical remedies for the atrocities of modern life.

Advice for administering safe torture to prevent snoring using BBQ tools. Demonstrations of how to clean the bath whilst having mediocre sex at the same time. How to overeat on a diet. What to do when the man in your life kisses your miniature Schnauzer more than you.

In Game of Crones, the young are discussed and then dismissed. Men are lovingly disembowelled. Old fashioned housekeeping practises resurrected; is it too late to learn to sniff meat to determine if it’s past its use by date?

Grumpy Old Women will stop for nothing on their mission to slay the dragons of nonsense and reclaim the kingdom of common sense ...well maybe a glass of wine and a lie down.

The show has plenty of laughs, poorly supported breasts and unreliable statistics, so for a night of unbridled fun bring your swords and handbags and learn from the sorceresses themselves, how to survive the modern kingdom of Aoteoroa.

Geraldine Brophy directs and stars with Lynda Milligan and Julie Edwards in this hilarious piece of fantasy thankfully without nudity or real blood.

 

Whangarei - Tuesday 28 February - Forum North
Kerikeri - Thursday 2 March - Turner Centre
Auckland - Friday 3 March - Bruce Mason Centre
Hamilton - Saturday 4 March - Clarence St Theatre
New Plymouth - Sunday 5 March - Theatre Royal - TSB Showplace
Wellington - Tuesday 7 March - The Opera House 
Rangiora - Thursday 9 March - Rangiora Town Hall
Christchurch - Friday 10 March - Aurora Centre for the Performing Arts
Oamaru - Sunday 12 March - Oamaru Opera House
Invercargill - Monday 13 March - Civic Theatre
Dunedin - Tuesday 14 March - Regent Theatre
Timaru - Wedneday 15 March - Theatre Royal
Ashburton - Friday 17 March - Ashburton Trust Event Centre
Blenheim - Saturday 18 March - ASB Theatre Marlborough
Nelson - Sunday 19 March - Theatre Royal Nelson
Lower Hutt - Tuesday 21 March - Little Theatre
Paraparaumu - Wednesday 22 March - Southward Theatre
Palmerston North - Thursday 23 March - Regent on Broadway
Whanganui - Friday 24 March - Royal Wanganui Opera House
Napier - Sunday 26 March - MTG Century Theatre
Gisborne - Tuesday 28 March - Gisborne War Memorial Theatre
Rotorua - Wednesday 29 March - Sir Howard Morrison Performing Arts Centre 
Auckland - Thursday 30 March - SKYCITY Theatre
Tauranga - Sunday 2 April - Baycourt Community and Arts Centre