Open daily, 10am–5pm, Free

419 Great King Street Dunedin, New Zealand

Anthonie Tonnon - A Synthesized Universe

$25 for adults,
$20 for students and concessions,
$15 for children

Perpetual Guardian Planetarium

Live performance

Anthonie Tonnon has developed a reputation as one of Aotearoa’s most innovative musicians. Like many songwriters, Tonnon examines the human condition, but he does so through unusually specific characters, who face modern, complex problems.

Touring widely around the USA, the EU and Australasia, Tonnon has developed a one of a kind show, which combines both electronic and traditional instrumentalism with theatricality, a surreal sense of storytelling and physical movement. In this new collaboration with the digital creative team at Otago Museum’s Perpetual Guardian Planetarium, Tonnon's engaging one-person show is expanded into a 360° experience, with an immersive digital environment part of the performance.

7pm, Thursday 12 July, premiere - SOLD OUT
7pm (SOLD OUT) and 9pm, Friday 13 July
7pm (SOLD OUT) and 9pm, Saturday 14 July

Doors open 30 minutes prior to start
Fully licensed bar in the Beautiful Science gallery

Anthonie Tonnon merchandise available for purchase
$25 for adults, $20 for students and concessions, $15 for children

 

BOOK TICKETS

 

Restricted to ages 3 years and up.
Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult.
Bring your online confirmation to the Museum Shop to receive your physical tickets.
Please arrive 15 minutes early to receive your physical tickets from the Shop and queue for the show; no late admissions.
Some viewers may experience motion sickness.  Please follow instructions of the planetarium guide;
No admissions to the theatre if you exit during the show.