2021Mon08Mar7:30 amlevel up: an intergenerational discussionAuckland Arts Festival 20217:30 am The Civic, Cnr of Queen Street &, 269-287 Wellesley Street West, Auckland 1010Type:Culture,TheatreWhere:Central AucklandAges:Teens (13 to 18 years),Tweens (10 to 12 years)
(Monday) 7:30 am
AAF are working hard to reschedule much of the activity from the first part of our programme, including level up: an intergenerational discussion, which was originally scheduled for Monday 8
AAF are working hard to reschedule much of the activity from the first part of our programme, including level up: an intergenerational discussion, which was originally scheduled for Monday 8 March, 7.30am.
Roar into International Women’s Day with a let’s-change-theworld breakfast kōrero led by Miriama Kamo, brought to you in partnership with the YWCA.
Women have been fighting for equality for the longest time. We all have many thoughts on what needs to happen next as a part of that struggle. And we all know the best place to have this discussion isn’t online, it’s in real life. With food.
Join some of our finest young millennial and Gen Z minds from the Y25 – Becki Moss (pictured), Gabriella Brayne and Te Aho Jordan – alongside leaders including academic Lexie Matheson, comedian Justine Smith and activist Qiane Matata Sipu, to answer the question: what next?
Please arrive at 7.00am for a 7.30am start. Breakfast included.
This show is part of our The Civic Club programme, a very special collection of events which sees the audience seated on stage at The Civic.
$29 – $49
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