Burn Her is setting fire to the capital this August with a sizzling behind-closed-doors peek at the storm of politics and PR spin.
The award-winning, smash hit NZ political thriller is celebrating its Wellington debut with a phenomenal and highly acclaimed cast and crew.
Burn Her is a searing script about charismatic and idealistic party leader Aria Robson who clinches one seat in Parliament. That same night, an intern comes to her with a scandal that could sink the party by morning.
A timely and whip-smart production from a powerful women-driven creative team.
“Thoughtful, engaging, and absolutely gut-wrenching” – Tearaway
An $7.5 million dollar renovation brought the 95-year-old Museum Stand at the Basin Reserve up to modern standards - except for the women's toilets. The stand reopened on Friday, an hour before the first test against India began. During the test the only part of the interior open to the public was the new toilets. Sadly, that means less access for women. Men's toilets have two access points from the outside while women queue in the corridor, missing the on-field action. What was your experience?
The grey pavement, sky, and drizzling rain are no match for the fluorescent orange figure grooving to unheard music on the side of Wellington's Evans Bay Parade.
Follow the read more link to check out his moves.