Maori Culture


This group is highly regarded for their talent not only as choreographers but performers which has seen them being selected for prestigious events such as the opening of Once we were Warriors, All Blacks dinner at the Star City Casino and the Convention Centre to mention a few. Performances can be tailored to cover all aspects of Maori culture from storytelling in action, language, the poi dance and of course the ever popular haka and singing. This workshop will give audiences opportunities to learn about your neighbours from across the Tasman in an interactive environment. Be enthralled by this performance of the fierce warriors their beautiful wahines.


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