Benefits of membership
When you join the Friends of the Regent Theatre, you’ll get all kinds of perks and benefits, from invitations to exclusive events, concession ticket prices, and special offers from some of our amazing local businesses – what’s not to love?! You will no longer pay booking fees for Regent Theatre events and you’ll be entered into draws for tickets as well as getting regular updates about what’s on and what’s coming up. Click the box below to see the special offers, and to access them, just present your Friends of the Regent membership card in store or when you book. (They will change from time to time – what’s listed is what’s on offer for you now and supersedes any previous promotions.) For those of you who would like to play a more hands on role with the Theatre, it is overseen by a Board which is elected each year and all members are eligible both to stand for election and to vote. Annual membership is only $50 per person.
Benefits are individual and not transferable.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS – still to come in 2019
Wednesday 1 May – Doug Kamo talks Wicked This year’s highly anticipated Musical Theatre Dunedin production will be the multi award-winning Wicked. Local legendary producer and director, Doug Kamo, will offer insights and behind the scene tidbits about the production.
Saturday 22 June – Join us for our 2nd Annual Winter Solistice Event! You and your family are invited to view the parade from the warmth of the Clarkson Room or pop in for a cup of soup and/or hot chocolate and a chat before heading out into the cold. (This party is held in conjunction with the city’s event and will be postponed for weather if there is an official cancellation from the Mid-winter parade organisers)
Wednesday 4 September – Meet a Fellow Friend The Friends of the Regent have been gathering for a few years now and we thought it would be nice to get to know the members a bit more and learn of their unique insights into the Regent, via their voluntary experiences. Margaret Lindsay has been both an usher and a Book Sale sorter for years, and she will entertain us with some of the special experiences she has had through these roles.
Wednesday 6 November – Tangible History Meet Paul Aubin, a guru of local history, who has had involvement with the Regent for many years. His experiences from being the archivist of the Regent ephemera will provide us with a reliably intriguing glimpse of the past.
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