Strange Resting Places shines a light on the complex emotional bonds of New Zealand’s wartime history.
Performed in Māori, Italian and English, Strange Resting Places shines a light on New Zealand’s wartime history and the complex bonds Māori shared with the Italians through whānau (family), kai (food) and waiata (song). Strange Resting Places combines live music, drama and comedy. It is theatre crafted from extensive research, contemporary storytelling and personal experience.
Shows: Daily from 31 July to 25 August at 3.30pm. No show 11 August or 18 August.
Photograph: Strange Resting Places. Taki Rua Productions.
Part of the NZ at Edinburgh season supported by Creative New Zealand.