th’Orchard Dreamers - Chapter 2

Matariki 2022


1 Hōngongoi July

Times

6.00PM – 7.00PM

8.00PM – 9.00PM

Pricing

  • Adult $10.00
  • Child (aged 17 and under) $5.00
  • Venue: Great Hall

    Come and commune with th’Orchard as they share their stories through song, spoken word and visual art, telling their journey under Waipuna-ā-rangi – the water that pools in the sky. Dreamers Chapter 2 continues the story th’Orchard began during Matariki 2021. Artists include the amazing Mark Vanilau (musician, songwriter), Henare Kaa (musician, vocalist), Courtney Reid (vocalist, musician, songwriter) and Kate McLeod (visual artist, vocalist).

    Location map

    Great Hall,
    Worcester Boulevard

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