Looking at Stuff in Clouds

‘Looking At Stuff In Clouds’ is a provoking comedy looking at lives, relationships and fears in small town New Zealand.

‘Looking At Stuff In Clouds’ is a provoking comedy looking at lives, relationships and fears in small town New Zealand. Delving into, then blowing apart stereotypes, the characters examine their own personal taniwhas. Donna Brookbanks and Shoshana McCallum explore the tragedy and the hilarity of the mundane reality of the human (sometimes inhuman) experience, via a series of vignettes. Each scene provides a new story, but adds to the overall theme - it’s the demons we usher in the front door that are the most dangerous. Easily digestible, bite size moments, become heavy on the heart when the curtain closes.

All profits from ticket sales on Thursday 3rd August will go to Lifeline.