Posts Tagged ‘The Old Folks Association Hall’

Festival of Uncertainty

May 8, 2014 |  by  |  Future Hotel, Production, Theatre  |  Share

Festival of Uncertainty

Old Folks Ass.

August 23, 2013 |  by  |  Insipirations, Town Centre  |  Share

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This is the Auckland Old Folks Association Coronation Hall on Gundry St.  Thanks to Sean Curham’s efforts to build a welcoming environment for the performance community The Town Centre have had a home for their new project “Lies” for over 6 months now.  It’s one of the most beautiful, warm, inviting, fun spots in Auckland City and I feel super privileged to be a part of it.

Read Janet McAllisters column about the architecture and the activity here.

Ga Ga: The Unmentionable by Louise Tu’u

November 18, 2012 |  by  |  Performance  |  Share

The latest iteration of Gaga: the unmentionable looks at Louise´s relationship with her first language, Gagana Samoa or Samoan language and through it, her mother, Lafitaga Matua, who performs in the work.

Anarchic and majestic, Gaga: the unmentionable celebrates the community, professional and in this case familial ties which it takes to support and make art.

Featuring Lafitaga Matua, Nisha Madhan, Ilasa Galuvao and Leki Bourke Jackson

Production design by Kate Burton

Join us for a night of status, sarcasm and unconditional love.

December 3rd & 4th at The Old Folks Association Hall on Gundry Street.

$10 per person. Tickets available from www.weshouldpractice.com

 

Review by Raewyn Whyte

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