The Inspector General is a sharp and timeless comedy that continues to be celebrated for its biting satire, memorable characters, and commentary on the human condition and government corruption. The satire in the play is a commentary on the flaws and absurdities of bureaucracy, human nature, and the pursuit of social status.
Location Te wāhi
Aotea CentrePlan your route
Getting there Te huarahi ki reira
The Aotea Centre is a short walk up Queen Street from Britomart station, and the Civic car park is conveniently located beside the venue if you’re driving.
Local tip He tīwhiri mō te rohe
Check out the sculpture of celebrated Kiwi opera singer Dame Kiri Te Kanawa which sits on Level 3 of the Aotea Centre. It was created by local artist Terry Stringer and unveiled by Dame Kiri Te Kanawa herself when the auditorium was named in her honour in 2019.