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AIO ki te Rangi: Story/Play

$10 Presale Tickets

AIO ki te Rangi 2023 presents:


the return season of playback theatre

Members of the audience tell personal stories which are then actualized as crafted music and drama improvisations by three musicians and an actor.

This project is produced by Peace Action Women for Sustainability & friends, and supported by the French government through the Peace and Disarmament Education Trust

Peace Action Women for Sustainability have previously produced events around Te Whanganui-a-Tara to promote peace and compassion including a 2022 Peace Festival and their recent Listen to Waters project.


More info:

For more info email biancatheduck@gmail.com

Limited tickets available from UTR



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