Brighten up your Thursday nights with this audience favourite show!
This is a fast and furious improv comedy show in the style of TV’s Whose Line Is It Anyway? Improvisers are called up to perform scenes, sagas and songs all based on the audience’s suggestions. You the audience score the scenes from the safety of your seat (relax - no one is pulled out of the audience) and we retire the improvisers until one is crowned your Jester!
“Sheer madcap wit and an energetic slapdash hour of fun.” Theatreview
“Come armed with your funny bone and some unique suggestions for the performers who are guaranteed to leave you grinning from ear to ear before the night is done.” NZ Entertainment Podcast
The Covert Theatre is NZ's home of improvised comedy. With workshops and shows every night of the week there is something for everyone.
To book wheelchair accessible seats, or for assistance with your booking, please email us email@example.com or call (09) 600 1877
We have quality dorm rooms for those travelling on a budget, and premium ensuite private rooms for those travellers who like their own space.
The evening starts with the musical welcome by a guest musician at 8 pm. Then poetry night starts by a guest poet at 9pm.
What next? The stage is all yours.
All you need to do is let the staff member know you are keen to go on the stage.
At Laughter Clubs, we use a combination of laughter exercises, deep breathing, gentle stretches, and relaxation to bring more fun, good health and less stress into our lives.
Are you feeling tired, stressed out, have tight muscles, and want to improve your flexibility and strength, but not sure what to do?
Then come and join us for a complete Beginner Ashtanga Yoga class instructed by Sarah Zhang who is RYT500(h) certified.
Bachata is a smooth and sexy partner dance originating from the Caribbean region, more specifically, the Dominican Republic with borrowings from the Cuban Son, Bolero and African Rhythms.
Bachata is a smooth and sexy partner dance originating from the Caribbean region, more specifically, the Dominican Republic with borrowings from the Cuban Bolero.