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National Theatre for Children

The Lost Letter Office 2020

The Lost Letter Office by Jen McArthur and Renata Hopkins

A young girl Nixie has just moved into the neighbourhood and a retired magician NahNah is back from her world travels. Each alone in their homes, with a longing to write and connect with someone – their letters go on an adventurous journey, making their way to The Lost Letter Office. Can the Lost Letter bumbling sleuths help the letters on their way? Or will their letters be enveloped in their snail-mail chaos forever? 

The Lost Letter Office is a love letter to handwritten letters. Using magic, movement, music and clown performance, it explores how these paper creations can deliver powerful gifts of love.

Cost – $9 per person. One adult free with every 10 paying students.

Relaxed Performance: A Relaxed Performance is designed for those who may find a traditional theatre experience overwhelming. The lights will not be dimmed so much, the sound will not be so loud. There will also be a chill out zone outside the theatre and a social script will be provided well in advance to familiarise your students with the venue and plot lines.

Terms and Conditions can be found here.

Experience Wellington COVID-19 FAQs 

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National Theatre for Children

The Lost Letter Office 2020

The Lost Letter Office by Jen McArthur and Renata Hopkins

A young girl Nixie has just moved into the neighbourhood and a retired magician NahNah is back from her world travels. Each alone in their homes, with a longing to write and connect with someone – their letters go on an adventurous journey, making their way to The Lost Letter Office. Can the Lost Letter bumbling sleuths help the letters on their way? Or will their letters be enveloped in their snail-mail chaos forever? 

The Lost Letter Office is a love letter to handwritten letters. Using magic, movement, music and clown performance, it explores how these paper creations can deliver powerful gifts of love.

Cost – $9 per person. One adult free with every 10 paying students.

Relaxed Performance: A Relaxed Performance is designed for those who may find a traditional theatre experience overwhelming. The lights will not be dimmed so much, the sound will not be so loud. There will also be a chill out zone outside the theatre and a social script will be provided well in advance to familiarise your students with the venue and plot lines.

Terms and Conditions can be found here.

Experience Wellington COVID-19 FAQs 

  • Price:$9
  • Duration:45 minutes
  • Ages:2-8

Education Tour Dates

2020

Carterton – Tue 13 October 2020
9.30am (SOLD OUT)

Blenheim – Fri 16 October 2020
11.30am (SOLD OUT)

Christchurch – Tue 20 October 2020
1pm 

Oamaru – Fri 23 October 2020
11.30am

Queenstown – Tue 27 October 2020 – SOLD OUT

Dunedin – Fri 30 October 2020 – SOLD OUT

Invercargill – Tue 3 November 2020
9.30am & 11am

Nelson – Mon 9 – Tue 10 November 2020
10th – 9.30am (SOLD OUT)

Tauranga – Tue 17 November 2020
9.30am & 11.30am

Auckland South/Māngere – Fri 20 November 2020 – SOLD OUT

Whangarei – Tue 24 and Wed 25 November 2020
24th – 9.30am (Limited seats available) & 1.30pm
25th – 9.30am (Limited seats available)

New Plymouth – Thu 3 December 2020
9.30am

Gisborne – Mon 7 December 2020
11.30am 

Hamilton –  Wed 9 and 10 December 2020
9th – 9.30am & 11.30am
10th – 9.30am

2021

Upper Hutt/Expressions – Fri 19 February 2021
9.30am & 11.30am

Auckland North Shore/Auckland Live – Fri 26 February 2021
10am & 1pm

Kerikeri – Tue 1 March 2021
9.30am & 11.30am

Napier – Fri 5 March 2021
9.30am – 11.30am

Taupo – Thu 11 March 2021
9.30am & 11.30am

Whakatane – Mon 15 March 2021
9.30am – 11.30am

Wellington/Te Papa Soundings Theatre – Mon 22 – Tue 23 March 2021
22nd – 10am & 1pm
23rd – 10am & 1pm

 

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