NZSL interpreted performance of Jack Charles V The Crown
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42 hours ago, Sun 18 Mar 2018, 05:00 pm
41 hours ago, Sun 18 Mar 2018, 06:15 pm
Q Theatre - Rangatira
305 Queen St
Theatre, History, Political, Arts Culture
Wheelchair access, Accessible toilets
$20 each for Deaf/hard of Hearing and one companion
Ilbijerri Theatre Company (Australia)
Australian legend Jack Charles is coming to Auckland to tell you his life story. For $20 join us for this sign interpreted, powerful one-man show from veteran actor, musician, aboriginal elder and activist Jack Charles on 18 March.
Interested in this show, but cant make 18 March? Email us for other options firstname.lastname@example.org or text 0211 291786
Jack is an Aboriginal elder, actor and musician who has led a very colourful life. He has been homeless, a drug addict and spent time in jail.
Jack is a survivor of Australia’s stolen generation of children - Aboriginal children who were taken from their families by the government. His story about the sad history of Aboriginal abuses has similarities to the experiences of many indigenous people around the world including Maori and Pacific people in New Zealand.
Jack’s colourful storytelling and sense of humour make this show a fun and postive experience. Jack is accompanied by a live band, video footage and he even makes pottery onstage.
Recommended for ages 15+
Contains strong language, adult themes and images of drug use
1hr 15mins no interval
For enquiries/to make a booking phone 09 374 0310 or text 0211 291786 or email email@example.com. Alternatively visit our website booking information for further information or to download a booking form. Discounted price of $20 for Deaf and hard of hearing people plus the option to bring a friend or family member and their ticket is also only $20.
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