Hot Brown Honey Bloc Party

Past Event11 Feb

Hot Brown Honey Bloc Party

No longer available

Aotea Square

Special Events

Join the Honeys at the FREE Hot Brown Honey Bloc Party as they serve up an audacious platter of dance, comedy and hip hop starring the luscious Lisa Fa’alafi, beatboxer Hope One and the bodacious Busty Beatz alongside some special guests from Aotearoa. 

Once you experience the Honeys in Aotea Square we guarantee you will want more. Click here to book to see the Hot Brown Honey live on ASB Theatre stage.

 

 

About the special guests

Grace Taylor is an Auckland-based poet, writer and performer born and raised in South Auckland of Samoan/English/Japanese heritage. Her published book Afakasi Speaks debuted in 2013 and poetry theatre show My Own Darling with Auckland Theatre Company, in 2015.  She is currently working on her second collection of poetry Full Broken Bloom and will be touring My Own Darling later this year in Aotearoa. 

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Coven is a spatial-activation performance art group hailing from the rich, dark caves of feminine wisdom. Through celebratory party rituals and the sweatiness of their dancing chocolate bodies, Coven destroys the stiff colonial tones that persist on being present in all majoritarian spaces. 

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Nancy Wijohn (Te Rarawa, Tuhoe, Ngati Whaoa, Ngati Tahu) is an Auckland based choreographer, dancer, performer, teacher and healer.  She has worked with some of New Zealand's most renowned companies and artists and is currently teaching at Pacific Institute of Performing Arts. She has also choreographed a number of works including Letters of the Land. Nancy will also be heading to Holland next month with Okareka Dance Company to perform in their acclaimed production Mana Wahine.

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One Million Stars

Tuesday 7 – Friday 17 February, 11am4pm

Aotea Centre

Symbols of light and solidarity, this project by Maryann Talia Pau encourages us to weave stars to end violence, bullying and racism.

Join the Hot Brown Honeys in Aotea Square in February to be part of this international weaving movement and create your own star. Your star will tour with the Honeys and later join one million other stars for an installation at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.

The One Million Stars project is an opportunity for us to bring light and hope into the world and to make something beautiful and powerful together. 

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