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16 Apr
Thursday
25 Apr

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Lower Greys Avenue, Auckland City

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Prices

STANDARD:

ADULT
$25.00
CONCESSION Seniors 65+ and Students with ID
$20.00

Timing

Running Time: 1 hour 20 minutes

Venue

Lower Greys Avenue, Auckland City

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2.50%

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$4.00
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$7.00
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World's first play about Pasifika soldiers in World War Two.

When you're in the army of a country that's not your own, about to fight a war half a world away, who do you fight for - God, king and country? or your fellow brothers-in-arms?

Papakura Military Camp, 1942: three enthusiastic Pasifika men are about to embark on the adventure of a lifetime, only days away from joining the 28th (Maori) Battalion in Africa. Their youthful exuberance and naive thirst for battle is threatened by the arrival of a battle-hardened Pasifika officer whose experience and scars are a world away from their expectations.

Join the third echelon reinforcements for D "Ngati Walkabout" Company, 28th (Maori) Battalion for an evening of song and laughter, boisterousness and camaraderie.

Written by D F Mamea (To'ona'i), produced by Jenni Heka (2012's Wakapurei), and directed by Chris Molloy (The Last Taniwha), featuring the next generation of Pasifika powerhouse acting with Taofia Pelesasa, Samson Chan-Boon, Leki Jackson Bourke, and Andy Sani.

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Parental guidance recommended for younger audience members.