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Support Us

We've got some big plans for ALONE - including taking our show to audiences all over New Zealand, touring overseas, and one day making a feature film! 

The arts run on a wing and a prayer and 'ALONE' is no different.  There's not a lot of money in the arts and we rely on the kindness of our patrons to help us survive!  

If you'd like to help us achieve our dreams then here are some ways you can help!  


Book tickets (or encourage friends and family to do so)

Donate to our fundraisers (subscribe to our mailing list to find out when these are running!) 


Subscribe to/like/follow our social media channels on Facebook and Instagram


Like or comment on our social media posts

Let us know what you thought of the show by sending us an email or posting about our show and tagging us in your post! 

Recommend our show to your friends and family! Or let us know if you'd like us to visit (or come back) to your town or city! 


If you have a business, product, or service that would be a great match for 'ALONE' we'd love to hear from you! 


Whether you'd like to make a donation towards our future growth, gift a service or product that might be helpful for us, put us up at your accomodation provider when we visit your region, or become a sponsor for future seasons - we'd be thrilled to connect with you.


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Thank you

to the many generous people who have made this project possible. 

In support of our 2021 North Island tour, our thanks particularly to Auckland Vehicle Rentals, Hell Pizza, Lone Star, Joe's Garage, Elixir Cafe New Plymouth, Eyes and Ears Video Production, Calvin Sang, Chillbox Creative, Te Pou Theatre, Skycity, Rose Centre Belmont, Adam Rohe, University of Auckland, Tim Bray Theatre Company, Michael Wightman, Ben Sarten Imagery, Mark and Carol Thornborough, Becky and Steve Thornborough, Mary Rackham and Brian Bowler, Auckland Fringe Festival, Renee Liang, Stuart Hoar, Henric Matthiesen, Sandani Hiranya, Judith Clumpas, Hayley Robertson, Will Prosor, Ainsley Calderwood, Daryl Wong, Naiomi Murgatroyd, MOTAT, Amber Curreen, Emma Bishop, our generous venues, and our incredible Boosted supporters.


The 2021 Wellington season of ALONE at Te Auaha is made possible with the support of Creative NZ and NZ Fringe.

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