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Love to Say Goodbye

18 Mar 2021 - 20 Mar 2021

When

Thursday 18 March 2021, 7.00pm - Thursday 18 March 2021, 9.00pm

Friday 19 March 2021, 7.00pm - Friday 19 March 2021, 9.00pm

Saturday 20 March 2021, 7.00pm - Saturday 20 March 2021, 9.00pm

Where

No.3 Roskill Theatre, 3 Roseman Ave, Mt Roskill, Auckland

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Cost
Free
Bookings

aaf.co.nz/event/love-to-say-goodbye

Contact

Jesse

jesse.carpenter@aaf.co.nz

021 0873 8179

Website

aaf.co.nz/event/love-to-say-goodbye

facebook.com/events/2728591530714634

Honour the Polynesian Panthers’ 50th anniversary with a series of play readings of Oscar Kightley’s Dawn Raids, presented alongside other special projects from No. 3 Roskill Theatre.

At the base of Puketāpapa, the state house used as the location for Toa Fraser’s film No. 2 is brought to life once more before its demolition as the setting for a homecoming season of theatre classics and new works from No. 3 Roskill Theatre, directed by Tanya Muagututi’a (Pacific Underground).

“As a new generation of voices, who with our families endure the neighbourhood’s redevelopment, we are inspired by Toa Fraser, Oscar Kightley and the Polynesian Panthers. We pay homage to their revolutionary acts of aroha.” — No. 3 Roskill Theatre

Dawn Raids play readings: 18-20 March

Commemorate the Polynesian Panthers’ courage and bravery with these public readings of Arts Foundation Laureate Oscar Kightley’s critically acclaimed play Dawn Raids.

Also available to view:

No. 2 movie night: Wed 10 March, 7pm

At the location it was filmed, Roskill is invited to say goodbye, share their stories, and welcome in a new and dynamic neighbourhood with this screening of Toa Fraser’s iconic film.

Love to say goodbye theatre works: 11-13 March

The No. 3 Roskill Theatre Company invites their neighbours to share an experience of high-quality art performed by their local Rangatahi. Enjoy an evening with the newly formed theatre troupe as they present a plethora of original works reflective of their neighbourhood, their stories.

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