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Start: 7:30 pm, Wednesday 20 March 2024

End: 2:00 pm, Sunday 24 March 2024

Location: 2 Mount Lebanon Lane, Henderson, Auckland 0612, Auckland

Website: Click here for more

Aiga (Sāmoan for family/whānau) is a groundbreaking and emotional Disability-led, Pasifika-led work of theatre told through the lens of the real-life journey of Pacific Toa award-winning, founding member Lusi Faiva.

A collective creative ensemble of women, non-binary, disabled, non-disabled, Pasifika and Māori identities brings this quest for identity and belonging to life, artfully sharing their own experiences with and through Lusi’s.

An Aotearoa story with universal resonance. An honest and heartfelt work that moves you, expands your empathy and consciousness and invites you to explore new perspectives of being. With a powerhouse creative team, this work features storytelling at its core; a story that will make you laugh, cry, think and feel – one that needs to be heard.

Features Sāmoan, Te Reo Māori, English and NZSL languages

Times are as follows 

Wed 20 March, 7.30pm
Thu 21 March, 11.00am & 7.30pm
Fri 22 & Sat 23 March, 7.30pm
Sun 24 March, 2.00pm

Accessibility 

  • Audio-described
  • NZSL Interpreted 
  • Touch Tours 
  • Relaxed Performances 
  • Wheelchair accessible

Recommended for ages 13+
Contains issues of disability, historical institutional and cultural abuse

Venue

Te Pou Theatre

Cost

From $20.00