In a musical and modernised adaptation of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, the tale of West Side Story finds its setting in the streets of 1950s New York. A bitter and tireless rivalry has formed between two gangs, the New York Jets and the Puerto Rican Sharks, who are both looking to assert the upper west side as their territory. Their rivalry grows further complicated by a star-crossed romance between Tony and Maria who belong to opposing sides. In amongst the gang’s conflict, the two must consider what is most important: their loyalty to their families and where they’ve come from, or their love for one another.
16 July - 7.30pm
17 July - 7.30pm
22 July - 7.30pm
23 July - 7.30pm
24 July - 2.00pm
24 July - 7.30pm
29 July - 7.30pm
30 July - 7.30pm
31 July - 2.00pm
31 July - 7.30pm
$25.00 - 2 Courses
16, 17, 23, 24, 30, 31 July
Dinner is served at 6.30pm
Beef Stroganoff cooked on a rich brandy & cream sauce nestled over fettuccine & finished with shaved Parmesan.
Stir fried vegetables cooked a sun-dried tomato & cream sauce, rested over Penne Pasta & finished with shaved Parmesan.
Chocolate fudge brownie served with ice cream and chocolate sauce.
If you wish to order the vegetarian option please click on the order note link on the checkout page.
Buy your tickets from Craniums-10 Reyburn House Lane, Whangarei
Rehearsals are well underway for this fantastic show. This group of Whangarei's finest young talent is led by Cam Dow who is playing Tony and Tamaragh Potter who is playing Maria. Our Director Alan Palmer is delighted with them all and tells us that Whangarei is in for a great show. So, don't forget to book your tickets early!