AT YOUR KŌHANGA REO OR KINDY
Tue 26 & Wed 27 Oct
The tūi chatters, the kākā cackles, and the kererū coos: each bird has its distinctive sounds from the moment they hatch. Te Taiao (the natural world) shapes their growth, stance, and song, until they are finally set to soar across the sky.
THE SUTER THEATRE
Sat 30 Oct | 6.30pm
This is the news, but not as you know it.
News News News is a television news show made by children for adults, presented live from the stage of Tauranga’s Baycourt Theatre to viewers across the globe (and Whakatū).
Starting at CULTURAL CONVERSATIONS
Sat 23 Oct - Mon 25 Oct | 11am - 7.15pm (every 15 minutes)
What does your town look like from someone else’s perspective? How intimate can you be with someone you’ve just met?
Thurs 28 Oct, Fri 29 Oct | 8pm
Theatre meets dance meets song meets the immutable power of Janet Frame’s words in award-winning Red Leap Theatre’s energetic contemporary response to Owls Do Cry.
Mon 25 Oct, 7.30pm
Many moons ago, a different kind of superhero ruled this side of the Pacific: Māui-Tikitiki-A-Taranga.
Tues 26 Oct, Wed 27 Oct | 6.30pm
An artist arrives at his paint-splattered studio ready to create a new work. He waits for inspiration. When it finally comes, things don’t proceed quite as he would wish.