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Lovers Walk

Lovers Walk

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When:

  • Thu 15 Mar ’12, 7:30pm – 10:30pm
  • Fri 16 Mar ’12, 7:30pm – 10:30pm

Where:

The PumpHouse Theatre, Killarney Park, Takapuna

Restrictions:

All Ages

Fresh from Edinburgh Festival, lovers bring nights of love ecstasy...

"Lovers Walk", a true love story, told through music, poetry, dance and visuals. A poetic journey in eight scenes, a short (yet infinite) odyssey, written, created and choreographed by dancer Siri Embla and poet Gus Simonovic, with video material by visual artist Peter Brierley-Millman and music by Jo Blankenburg (piano), Gareth Priceless (guitar), Dubtext (electronica) and Kotaro Nishishita (classical guitar).

Lovers Walk is an uplifting true love story told through fusion of music, poetry, video, theatre and dance. A majestic theatrical feast for your soul and all six senses. Two dynamic video projections, live dance and poetry. Aroha, acquaintance, romance, affection, devotion, liaison - the show is about love in all its forms.

“Lovers Walk will reshape shapes and brighten colours in your love-kaleidoscope while telling you a story that you know so well, as it was your own.”

With very special guest lovers:

Thursday 15th March:
Tara - Patti Cakes
Cakes sings and strums her ukulele for your pleasure. She is singing for you. Not the person next to you (though she'll let them believe it). You. Only you. Patti loves you.

Friday 16th March:
Caitlin Smith
Coaching our top vocalists - from Anika Moa to Tourettes, Smith also regularly performs to loyal fans and Festival audiences, writes the column ‘Finding your own voice’ for New Zealand Musician magazine and fosters a community of songwriters through her coaching, spellbinding live performances, student nights, guest appearances and collaborations (Concord Dawn, Sola Rosa, Andrew Fagan, Lorina Harding).

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