Book NOW for Gaga: the unmentionable by Louise Tu’u

We are proud to present the latest iteration of Gaga: the unmentionable, written and directed by our director, Louise Tu’u.

If you missed the first iteration last June at Galatos when the work was part of Taste Me, book here to see the work which is on for only two nights, Monday 3rd and Tuesday 4th December, starting at 8pm at the Old Folks Association Hall on Gundry St in Newton.

Tickets are only $10 per person.

If you would like to book, please email us:

projects@weshouldpractice.com

with 1)your name, 2)how many tickets you would like, 3)for which night and we will be in touch.

The work looks at Louise´s relationship with her first language, Gagana Samoa or Samoan language and through it, her mother, Lafitaga Matua, who performs in the work.  Anarchic and majestic, Gaga: the unmentionable celebrates the community, professional and in this case familial ties which it takes to support and make art.

Featuring Lafitaga Matua, Nisha Madhan, Ilasa Galuvao and Leki Bourke Jackson

Production design by Kate Burton

Join us for a night of status, sarcasm and unconditional love.

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