Three strangers are trapped in a room; a play not for the claustrophobic.
Karina Abadia
Published on August 02, 2014


How would you react if you found yourself trapped in a room with two strangers and no idea why you were there? That's the situation confronting the lead characters of Affinity. One person gets angry about being held hostage, another looks to social media and Google for answers and a third lets paranoia get the better of her.

In 2013 Sarah Delahunty's Affinity won Best Theatre in the Wellington Fringe Festival and was nominated Most Promising Newcomer and Best Sound in the Chapman Tripp Theatre Awards.

There's space for only 30 audience members around the tiny stage so be prepared to get up close and personal with the actors as well as other audience members in this tense and intimate drama which moves from the seemingly real to the definitely surreal.


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