Image635177203598381213The Official Q Booking site has indicated that the Chicago season from 1 November to 30 November has been extended once again. It’s now extended to 15 December!

If you haven’t bought your tickets and the seat you wanted was sold out, now here’s another chance!



The extended dates are:

  • Sunday – 1 December
  • Tuesday – 3 December
  • Wednesday – 4 December
  • Thursday – 5 December
  • Friday – 6 December
  • Saturday – 7 December – (2 pm)
  • Saturday – 7 December – (8 pm)
  • Sunday – 8 December
  • Tuesday – 10 December
  • Wednesday – 11 December
  • Thursday – 12 December
  • Friday – 13 December
  • Saturday – 14 December – (2 pm)
  • Saturday – 14 December – (8 pm)
  • Sunday – 15 December

Order your tickets here

1920s, Chicago. Cook County Jail is home to a bawdy band of murderesses, all of whom have eradicated their quickly insignificant others. Chanteuses Velma Kelly (Lucy Lawless) and Roxie Hart (Amanda Billings) have both acquired a spot on Death Row. Velma enlists the help of prison matron Mama Morton (Colleen Davis) and smooth-talking lawyer Billy Flynn (Shane Cortese) to turn her incarceration into a media frenzy. But, not one to rest on her laurels, Roxie comes up with a foxy plan to steal back the limelight and, instead of wrangling the law, the two divas find themselves fighting the ultimate battle – the race to superstardom.

Set in the legendary city during the Roaring Twenties, an era renowned for organised crime, alcohol prohibition and the very best jazz, Michael Hurst's version of this razor-sharp show about bad girls behaving badly will bring all the sass, brass and a%$e of his most recent Auckland Theatre Company musical Cabaret (2010).



Music by John Kander  Lyrics by Fred Ebb  Book by Fred Ebb, Bob Fosse

Directed by Michael Hurst
 Q (305 Queen St)

Booking info
 +64 9 309 9771 or

Season dates

Preview: Friday 1 November, 8pm
Opening: Saturday 2 November, 8pm
Closing: Sunday 15 December, 7pm


Roxie Hart - Amanda Billing
Velma Kelly - Lucy Lawless
Amos - Andrew Grainger
Billy Flynn - Shane Cortese
Mama Morton - Colleen Davis
Narrator/Little Mary Sunshine - Sandra Rasmussen

Chorus - Will Barling, Stephen Butterworth, Mike Edward, Rebekkah Schoonbeek, Sia Trokenheim, Hannah Tasker-Poland, Lavinia Uhila

Creative team

Director - Michael Hurst
Musical Director - John Gibson
Set Designer - John Harding
Costume Designer - Lesley Burkes-Harding
Lighting Design - Sean Lynch
Stage Manager - Chelsea Adams
Set Construction - 2construct