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Black Grace Presents Xmas Verses

Black Grace Presents Xmas Verses


Dances by Neil Ieremia


Fresh from performances in Edinburgh, Seoul and New York City, Black Grace presentsXmas Verses, back in Aotearoa by popular demand and coming to Hamilton, Auckland, and Whangarei this November.

Wishing you a very Merry Christmas in true Black Grace style, Xmas Verses is a collection of original dance works laced with humour, full of invention and choreographed by one of our most celebrated artists, Neil Ieremia.

Featuring music from Fat Freddy’s Drop, 2Pac and Al Green, Xmas Verses is inspired by memories of long hot kiwi summers with family, friends, plenty of food and festivities.

So take a break from the gift-wrapping, iron your favourite t-shirt, put on your best jandals, and come and laugh along to some Xmas Verses.

“Xmas Verses … strong explosions of dance that are so characteristic of the company and the creativity of Neil Ieremia.” - Theatreview , 2013

If you missed out last year here’s your chance – book now.

HAMILTON
29 Oct – 1 Nov
Playhouse Theatre, Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts
0800 TICKETEK
www.ticketek.co.nz

AUCKLAND
5 – 9 Nov
Herald Theatre, Aotea Centre
09 970 9700
www.ticketmaster.co.nz

WHANGAREI
14 Nov
Forum North
0800 TICKETEK
www.ticketek.co.nz

Ticket Prices
$40* each
$35* each for groups 8+
* booking fees will apply

School Matinees
Auckland
6-7 Nov
09 970 9745

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