Tala Matavai


“TALA MATAVAI” translated, means “Stories of Matavai” and is a theatre and dance production that brings to life legends from six different Pacific Island nations, Maori, Fiji, Cook Islands, Tonga, Hawaii and Samoa.
The story is set in Sydney in modern times and is about the social struggles of a young boy
named Tinirau. His grandmother Matavai, played by actress Ana Tuigamala, is his saving grace and shares with her grandson stories of where he comes from.
Matavai Cultural Arts is also collaborating with some of Sydney’s top Pacific Cultural arts choreographers to stage raw and dynamic performances illustrating pre colonial times and the heartbeat of its people.
Tickets can be purchased through Ticketebo; prices vary from $15 to $50 VIP seating.
Tickets are limited When: November 16th 2016, 7.30pm doors open 6.30pm
Where: Hurstville Entertainment Center, 16 Macmahon St, Hurstville, NSW 2220, Australia
Photo: Kalolaine Fainu
Thank you to our wonderful sponsors Impress Management Group, NRC and Western Union