MAMIL (Middle Aged Man in Lycra)
One of New Zealand’s theatre icons, Mark Hadlow, stars in a one man theatre show as that most polarising of species – a middle aged man in lycra.
Bryan Cook is a property developer who has accumulated a small fortune building leaky homes. He’s stressed out, self-medicating and self-loathing, killing himself to increase his bank balance while decreasing his golf score.
When things fall apart, he joins a men’s cycling group to relieve stress – and makes a few startling discoveries in various cracks and crevices.
Achingly funny and poignant, MAMIL presents the male mid-life crisis in all its lurid glory.
“This production will be one of the highlights of the year. It is a must see show for men and women.” – Dominion Post
No flash photography or recording allowed
In order to make this acclaimed show accessible to everyone in the time when many are struggling, we have created a limited number of $10 tickets. However, it will not come as a surprise that the Theatre Royal is struggling as well, after months without income, and no large productions in the near future. We are therefore offering more expensive tickets, with proceeds going to the theatre and for you to show your support.