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FRINGE '04: My Penina

"My Penina"

Dates: 8-13 March 2004

Venue: Thistle Hall - Downstairs Gallery
ph: 04 384 3088

Times: Mon 8 March - 7pm
Tues-Fri 7 & 9pm
Sat 7pm

Aniva and Pelegako would like to welcome everyone to come celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary.

"Her words, his dance,
her song, his paintings..."

Fiona Collins, Ioane Leota and Noel Faifai have come together to create a world of text, dance and beautiful paintings to tell the stories this wonderful old Samoan couple.

Come share with them a cup of Samoan Koko and enjoy their home, their song, their hearts, their lives...

An extraordinary piece by three Samoan artists trying to "get it out there"!!!

Please come and enjoy.

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