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Wednesday 27th October, 7-9pm

P-LAB: King Homeboy - Vocal Kung Fu

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Well known on the streets of Wellington for his all-night beatbox-busking, King Homeboy gives a presentation and workshop about his life as a beatboxer and street performer.

King Homeboy (Te Ariki Paul Toki) is a six-time world beat boxing champion and has travelled the world and performed with prominent bands such as Fat Freddy's Drop, The Black Seeds, Shapeshifter and Olmecha Supreme.

The Cuba Mall regular has appeared at World Beatbox Championships in Berlin, and notably smashed the world record for the longest continuous beatbox in 2009, at 34 hours 10 hours longer than the previous record.

Check out his TikTok


P-LAB is a series of artist-run talks and workshops at Pyramid Club.
Coming up in the series:

27 October - King Homeboy
3 November - Riki Pirihi
24 November - Jasmine Lovell-Smith
1 December - Mark Williams

 

NOTE: WE ARE CURRENTLY OPERATING UNDER CURRENT COVID19 LEVEL 2 RESTRICTIONS WHICH REQUIRE SOCIAL DISTANCING AND LIMITED NUMBERS

Limited to 20 audience members. No presales.

Doors open 7pm. First in first served!

 

Thanks to Creative NZ for supporting Pyramid Club’s programme

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King Homeboy stands in a park, his long hair is hanging down over his shoulders, and his arms are crossed.
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