Young & Hungry Festival of New Theatre 2017!
Young and Hungry is your chance to celebrate and support young talented theatre practitioners in three amazing new kiwi plays! Our 24th year sees a pop-tacular descent to hell, real reality TV, and an epic comedy about a Mongolian warlord flipping burgers!
6.30PM – ONE NIGHT ONLY
Written by Finnius Teppett / Directed by Stella Reid
You’re in for one hell of a night!
The world’s most famous boy band, FourEver, is nearly ready to take the stage for their only New Zealand show. All that stands in their way is each other, their fans, the media, and the ghosts of their dodgy past. Making it out of the green room alive would be a miracle, let alone lasting the rest of the tour…
8.00PM – FALLEN ANGELS
Written by Emily Duncan / Directed by Rose Kirkup
When the cameras stop rolling who will stick to script?
Max Angelis has made his fame and fortune with his reality TV show Max’s Angels. However, beasts and demons are released in his celebrity perfect home when two fallen angels arrive to take revenge and reveal explosive truths about his family. It will be the most heated episode of Max’s show ever.
9.30PM – ATTILA THE HUN
Written by Abby Howells / Directed by Patrick Davies
War, peace and a side of grease!
A comedy set in a late night fast food restaurant, featuring terrible customers, disgusting food, Tom Cruise, a new duty manager. Oh, and also ATTILA THE HUN, he’s there too.
Y&H SEASON PASS: see all three plays – any night/s that suit you – for just $51 full price or $36 student/concession!
$20 Full Price or $51 Season Pass (to see all 3 plays)
$15 Concession or $39 Season Pass (to see all 3 plays)
$15 Group 6+ (per person)
$10 School or $25 Season Pass (to see all 3 plays)
For 24 years Young & Hungry and BATS Theatre have been providing talented young people with a platform to perform, produce and create great theatre. With the Y&H Playwright Initiative producing three new kiwi plays a year and the annual Festival of New Theatre at BATS Theatre, Y&H feeds the theatrical hunger and quenches the creative thirst of younguns’ under 25.