Sarah McDougall Presents…..


Broad Bay playwright Sarah McDougall presents a feminist/ comedy/ political/ class play that will surely be entertaining and thought-provoking. It’s an R16 comedy with a limit of 25 tickets/show at  $20/10 and on Wednesday 9th is a Koha, so bring something for the garden. For all bookings please go to the Dunedin Fringe Festival website.

The play will be held at the McDougalls’ Broad Bay home in their sculpture garden on the Otago Peninsula. If its raining, the show will be a couch concert in the McDougall lounge.

There will be a van for people who need transport to the Peninsula.  The van will leave from outside Fringe HQ (26 Princes St) 30 mins before the show. Limited Door Sales will also be available from the van on a daily basis – 4pm-5.30pm weekdays and 1pm-2.30pm weekends. Door Sales are cash only. Contact phone 027 4644453 (ask for Ewan). Explicit Language, Sexual Content


Get your tickets now

Sarah McDougallBroad Bay playwright Sarah McDougall is producing her new play Moon at the Bottom of the Garden to premiere as part of the Arts Festival Dunedin on October 10th at the Auditorium of the Dunedin Public Art Gallery.

The play  follows the life of a ‘widgie’, Rosie, a young tear-away from the 1950’s caught up in the 1955 “jukebox murder.” For sixty years, Rosie’s secrets and guilt reverberate down the generations.  Repetition reigns, a consequence sparked by the death of two ‘bodgies‘; one murdered and the other hanged for the crime.

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Sarah has a limited number of special price tickets to offer residents of the Peninsula. The normal ticket price is $35/$25. However, Sarah’s offer is for $15 tickets to the matinée Thursday 16th October at 1 pm. Or you can buy a block of 10 tickets for $20 each to any other performance. (Ten performances 10th-19th October)

To buy these tickets, please contact Sarah via Give her your name, the number of tickets you need and the date of the performance and she will confirm your booking. You can also go to where you will be able to find information about the play, the cast and the link to ticketdirect. This is a great opportunity to catch a real piece of New Zealand social history performed in Dunedin and written by an Otago Peninsula writer.