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Silo Theatre is a leading producer of contemporary theatre in Aotearoa.

We curate an annual season of local and international work that champions new forms of storytelling in order to speak directly to the world around us. Our shows take place across a selection of venues and spaces in Tāmaki Makaurau, in Aotearoa and sometimes overseas. We provide exceptional experiences for a variety of audiences, with the hope that they walk away from a Silo show a little bit transformed, a little bit uplifted, and with a greater sense of connection to themselves and our collective cultural identity.

→ Click here to read the 2021 Artistic Message.

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Silo Theatre are hitting the road in May with Every Brilliant Thing performed by the trailblazing Jason Te Kare! Our team will be packing the show into a van and making home at Whangārei for 4 nights, and in Hokianga for one evening.
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We're so excited to take this heart-warming work into the regions. If you know anyone in Whangārei or Hokianga who might enjoy this play, please share this with them!
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15 May
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