Sorry, this event’s been and gone
|Thu 16 Feb ’12, 8:30pm–9:45pm||
|Fri 17 Feb ’12, 8:30pm–9:45pm||
|Sat 18 Feb ’12, 8:30pm–9:45pm||
Where: Freds, 46 Frederick St, Te Aro, Wellington
- Admission: Free
Event listed by: Joseph Harper
Honey as a metaphor for love and mild case for optimism.
Honey never goes off. They found honey in Egypt, in the pyramids, in a pot or something, and they tried it and it was still really delicious and good. This play is about love and is about the universe and the mouse/cheese dynamic and will contain earnestness and stories and singing and flesh and shitty lyricism and honesty and almost certainly some kissing. It's about love.
Entry by koha.
Honey is written by Joseph Harper (numerous bicycle related shows) and has been made by Joseph and Virginia Frankovich and Chris Stratton and hopefully Ruby Reihana Wilson.