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NAT is open!

Under Level 2, we have several requirements we need you to adhere to, so we may continue to open. Please read these carefully; purchasing tickets acknowledges your understanding and agreement.
1) you must prepurchase tickets online. NO doorsales, NO cash.
2) you must check in.
3) you must wear a mask unless seated.
4) please maintain 1m distance from other bubbles. Catch up with your mates outside!
5) if you want to sit with your friends, all book for the same section.
6) Each section is a group of 6 seats. If you don’t buy all 6, you will be sharing it with a new bubble of friends!
7) Sections are numbered from front row to back.
😎 Please arrive EARLY (30 mins before) to ensure time for drinks service. Please keep your distance in the bar (1m distancing and one way traffic applies) EFTPOS ONLY


LICKDOWN The Ultimate Bored Game

TIX: $27

In a desperate bid to make some cash before Christmas, award winning local comedian Harriet Moir brings to life her raucous and terrifyingly relatable daily lockdown diary from the Gram. Part story telling, part game, LICKDOWN is a quirky and ridiculous hour of stand up like no other brought to you by the questionable real life content of a user whose keyboard autocorrects lockdown to lickdown, every.single.time.

“Her talent as a comedian is undeniable” – Theatreview (if word count allows)

TIX $20

This December 11 at New Athenaeum Theatre Spectacle presents an experiential show of music and art to fundraise for the upcoming Dunedin Fringe Festival.

Ōtepoti/Dunedin two piece The Entire Alphabet brings you geometry and iridescence translated to sound. The continuous tone-scatter and harmonic deformation of Bugs’ bass guitar networks seamlessly with the hypnotic spiral beat-flip techniques of PMK on the drums. From dense fuzz to crystalline sparseness. All the colours of the alphabet. All the numbers of the rainbow. Accompanying the sonic journey there will be visual projection installation created by Jess Covell. 

We will also be hosting a silent auction with works from four local Ōtepoti/Dunedin artists Damo Smith, Holly Aitchison, Jess Covell and Taarn Scott + donated goods from local businesses Emersons Brewery, WOOF!, Relics, Grid Coffee Roasters, Beam Me Up Bagels, Rialto Cinemas, Miss Reid Florist and OCHO.

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