By Sameena Zehra
Presented by the Magnificent Weirdos
A rollercoaster ride of dark comedy and delicious storytelling.
Arguing with mullahs, being an atheist in a religious, liberal family, wandering outside the green zone in war-torn Kabul, being stalked by a sheep in Coniston, and having tea with some terrorists in Kashmir.
Journey with Sameena to find out why fear is redundant, joy is essential, and terrorists can be a real hoot.
"All the warmth, energy and enthusiasm of a full house at the Apollo ... Fluency, intensity and vivacity" - THE AGE
All shows are accessible to Blind and Low Vision audiences.
Content: Strong Language, Gunshots
RELAXED PERFORMANCE INFORMATION
On Saturday 28 October at 4pm, Tauranga Arts Festival will host a dedicated relaxed performance for this production.
You can find out more information about the production and accessibility here
Although all patrons are welcome to attend, there will be some adjustments to the show and the seating configuration in order to prioritise the entertainment of our patrons who prefer a relaxed performance.
Supported by Asia New Zealand Foundation
Books a Plenty, 74 Grey Street, Tauranga
Tauranga Art Gallery (Pop-Up) 42-44 Devonport Road
X-Space, Baycourt -(Tues 24th Oct SOLD OUT, Wed 25th Oct-8pm) Waihi Beach Surf Club-(Thurs 26th-7pm)