Te Tairāwhiti Arts Festival presents

The Haka Party Incident

Gisborne Gisborne
Fri 15 Oct

Venue

159 Bright Street, Gisborne

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A RESERVE:

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$35.00
CONCESSION 65+ with Gold Card, Student (Student ID Required), Community Services Card
$31.50

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$31.50

Timing

Running Time: 125 minutes (includes interval)
Interval: 15 minutes

Venue

159 Bright Street, Gisborne

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5.00%
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The last New Zealand war took place in Auckland in 1979. It lasted three minutes. 

The Haka Party Incident resurrects the eventful day when a group of University of Auckland engineering students rehearsing their annual tradition of a mock haka are confronted by the activist group, He Taua. 

The incident sent ripples through the nation and changed race relations in New Zealand forever. 

Award-winning The Haka Party Incident, returns after a sold-out premiere season. 

Crafted by filmmaker and theatre director Katie Wolfe (The Mooncake and the Kumara, Waru, He Māngai Wāhine, Artefact), The Haka Party Incident is verbatim theatre that innovatively combines documentary and kapa haka to thrilling effect.  

Provocative, resonant and unforgettable. A not-to-be-missed landmark theatre event.  

www.atc.co.nz @TheATC

Following the performance there will be a post-show talk. 

   


Additional Information:

  • Warning - offensive content, strong language & racist themes
  • Performed in Māori and English
  • Suitable for audiences 13 years +

*Due to safety and restricted viewing, children under 10 years are not permitted in the first row of the Circle (Rows AA, BB and CC upstairs).

Wheelchair seats must be reserved in advance, please ring 0508 iTICKET (484-253).

Please note there may be a lockout policy in place once the show starts, so please ensure you are on time.

Children under 5 - Children are aged 12 and under. All children must have a ticket regardless of age. Please note, only select shows have a child’s price.

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