Stories from many Cultures: Saturday 3rd July, 11.15am City Library

We invite you to bring the whānau and celebrate Dunedin’s rich culture with us. Winter Tales may take you to warmer climes, or colder, as we share stories from eight different countries, told by Dunedin folk with ancestors from overseas.

With performances by the O Taiko drummers, Kiribas Dancers, and a French puppet show performed by Kaitrin McMullan and Shelly, you can enjoy music, dance and stories told in languages from far away, with translations in NZ Sign Language and English.

Warm your heart and broaden your horizons as you learn and celebrate difference.

Saturday, 3 July | 11.15am – 2.30pm
Dunedin City Library | Moray Place | Dunedin NZ

FREE

PROGRAMME

11.15am Festival welcome (4th Floor)

11.30am O Taiko Drummers (4th Floor)

12noon   Storytelling from Aotearoa in re reo Māori, Phillippines in Cebuano, Japan in Japanese and Brazil in Portuguese (ground floor)

12.45pm  French puppets with Kaitrin & Shelly (ground floor)

1.05pm    Storytelling from India in Hindi, Kiribati and Lithuania (ground floor)

2.10pm    Kiribas Dancers (4th floor)

2.30pm    Festival closes


Programme correct at time of printing - timings approximate