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  • Auckland Arts Festival 2015

    From 4 March 2015 Auckland will be transformed as the 19-day Auckland Arts Festival kicks off with an explosion of theatre, music, cabaret, dance and visual arts!

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    DatesMar 4 to Mar 22 2015
  • HĪKOI

    Actor and director Nancy Brunning’s award-winning play Hikoi is set in New Zealand in the 1970’s and ‘80’s, as two generations of the Miller whānau try to give voice to the sweeping changes in their lives. Hikoi is an emotional road trip deep into the heart of our country’s history.

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    DatesMar 4 to Mar 8 2015
  • Turangawaewae

    Featuring the work of Gil Hanly, John Miller, Jos Wheeler and Natalie Robertson Tūrangawaewae is an exhibition of powerful and moving photographs which brings elements from Nancy Brunning’s play Hīkoi into perspective for Māori today.

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    DatesMar 4 to Mar 22 2015
  • THE MOONCAKE AND THE KUMARA

    Interlaced with fable and myth, this is the story of a Māori-Chinese love affair sprouted amongst rows of potatoes. From award-winning Māori-Chinese playwright Mei-Lin Te Puea Hansen, and set in a New Zealand market garden nearly ninety years ago, the romance reveals a page from our history rarely told.

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    DatesMar 5 to Mar 10 2015
  • RAW: PROJECTS IN DEVELOPMENT - FALESA

    Falesā is a work being developed for the stage using a fono matai process. Fono matai is based on the shared experiences and ideas of senior-level artists with strong cultural connections.

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    DatesMar 12 2015
  • RAW: PROJECTS IN DEVELOPMENT – STAR NAVIGATOR, NZ OPERA WORKSHOP

    Join Tim Finn and a cast of singers and musicians to delve into musical excerpts from his new work Star Navigator, based on the true story of Tupaia, a Tahitian priest, artist and navigator who sailed with James Cook on the Endeavour’s maiden voyage.

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    DatesMar 13 to Mar 14 2015
  • The Book of Everything

    Moving and deeply funny, The Book of Everything is an enchanting stage adaptation of the classic children’s book. A Festival/Silo Theatre co-production, it tells the remarkable story of nine-year-old Thomas, who sees things others don’t. Created especially for young people, this is a theatre favourite for all ages. 

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    DatesMar 14 to Mar 22 2015
  • RAW: PROJECTS IN DEVELOPMENT - THE DELIBERATE DISAPPEARANCE OF MY FRIEND, JACK HARTNETT

    The creative team behind the highly-acclaimed Daffodils has a new indie-rock story to tell, fabricated from private emails. Follow a lonely heart, as he is thrown backwards into a journey that leads to the most unexpected, violent encounter.

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    DatesMar 15 2015
  • Bravo Figaro!

    Telling the true story of Mark Thomas’ father, a working-class, opera loving builder, his battle with degenerative illness, and a Royal Opera performance at a little house in Bournemouth, Bravo Figaro! is theatre filled with laughs and lots of heart.

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    DatesMar 16 to Mar 22 2015
  • White

    Conceived especially for children aged two to four, White is the perfect first-time theatre treat for littlies. Two friends, Cotton and Winkle, look after birdhouses to make sure the eggs stay safe – but high up in the trees, all is not white!

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    DatesMar 17 to Mar 22 2015
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