• How To Write An Album In 12 Hours

    12pm - 12am | Saturday 27 January | Studio 77, Fairlie Terrace

    Musicians, improvisers, and writers form a band to create and record an entire album in just 12 hours.
    A new song from conception to perfection every hour. Experience and engage with all the joy and struggles of writing songs and making an album. Nowhere to hide, no secrets, just artists and audiences making art.

    Enjoy creativity by community in this once in a lifetime show! New show/song starts every hour between 12pm and 11pm.
    Come for an hour, two, three...12! Album included with all tickets.

    12 hours! 12 Shows! 12 Songs! One Album!


    12pm - 12am, Saturday 27 January
    77 Kelburn Parade
    Limited Access - 1 hour: $10
    V.I.P - Unlimited access: $20 

    Tix from eventfinda.co.nz

    Liam Kelly is the director of How To Write An Album In 12 Hours. He is a 22 year old theatre maker and musician from Wellington. He has acted, directed and written music for many shows in Wellington over the last 3 years, including shows such as Fred is Cold, Suddenly! A Musical and SUPER CLEAN in the 2017 Fringe Festival. He is currently a part of Playshop, where he often musos, and in the past has been a part of Long Cloud Youth Theatre, with whom he went to Canberra for the STAB show Dead Men’s Wars.

    Sam Tippet is the stage manager on 'How To Write An Album In 12 Hours.' Based between Auckland and Wellington, Sam grew up in the Auckland theatre scene, working regularly on stage with Auckland Theatre Company and taking part in dance training and screen classes. Over the past four years, Sam has been studying in Wellington. She completed a Bachelor of Arts double majoring in Theatre and Film where she directed, performed in, and stage managed various productions within University and with BATS Theatre. These credits include 'Call Me Bukowski' (BATS 2015), 'My Shout' (VUW 2016), and the double bill 'TITLED' & 'If There's No Dancing at the Revolution, I'm Not Coming' (BATS 2016).

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