2018 is the year that Kapiti Playhouse celebrates its 70th birthday. As part of this special occasion the theatre is also promoting a season of plays written by Wellington playwright April Phillips. Two one-act plays in July, “Snip” and “Bonking James Bond”,
Snip” - Frank’s wife wants him to have a vasectomy. His life won’t be worth living unless he gets the snip. What would a real man do? What would The Godfather do? Badda bing, badda boom, April Phillips’ sharp comedy will have you in stitches!
“Bonking James Bond”. A warm hearted comedy about Betty who, having just discovered her husband is having an affair, will do anything to save her marriage. Even if it means dipping into fantasy and enlisting the help of a secret agent.