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Torotoro Free Performance

Torotoro Urban Maori Dance Crew present a free show for all their supporters this Saturday at 3pm before they depart to represent Auckland City in Japan for Sister City Celebrations This Tuesday the Torotoro Urban Maori Dance Crew travel to Fukuoka, Japan.

They travel with the Mayor of Auckland and will perform a stunning new performance in a week of Sister City celebrations featuring artists from across the Pacific.

Join us this Saturday at 3pm to see the new work for Japan, and find out more about Torotoro’s coming season of workshops and performances - including B-Boy and Mau Rakau workshops and the visit of a cutting edge Indian dance company, Samudra.

Come along to Mika’s 111 May Rd, Mt Roskill, Auckland, New Zealand 3pm this Saturday 9th September Tel: 09 620 7441 email: info[at]torotoro.co.nz

supported by Sky City Community Trust, Auckland City and Te Mika Show

ENDS

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