Update: As you would expect, the economic impact of lockdown has informed our decisions on what we can stage, particularly in the coming months. With this in mind, it is with a heavy heart that we have cancelled our season of Ē Toru. You can read more about our updates here.
Following its sold-out 2018 season, Ē Toru is back, offering audiences the chance to see a trio of brand-new Māori and Pasifika pieces.
Each evening offers up a unique experience, featuring developing work from a range of inspiring artists.
WHY YOU'LL LOVE THIS
“For any arts organisation to be relevant it must reflect the community it serves. Ē Toru is a vital piece of the theatre’s storytelling infrastructure offering a development space for Māori and Pasifika work to be tested in the best possible way – in front of a live audience.”
– Dan Bain
"In theatre, we witness ourselves and our communities painted before us. When we are truly lucky a piece like this comes along to remind us that despite our differences, whether they be language, culture, or the colour of our skin, that it is a universal truth: home is where the heart is, and no matter the physical distance one’s homeland is forever in one’s heart. "
Sophie Ricketts on Ē Toru 2018