Linwood High School Culture Group performing on the stage at the Polyfest.
Aranui High School Culture Group performing on the stage at the Polyfest.
Jeannie Pera Mcing and introducing the Cook Island Community Group at the first South Pacific festival in Christchurch held at Cowles Stadium on Pages Road.
Fijian group on stage at the first South Pacific festival in Christchurch. The group was run by Tony Qalivutu, community leader at the time.
Cook Islands community group dancing. Tiare Rarotonga is the name of the song that the group is performing.
Cook Islands community group dancing. Tiare Rarotonga is the name of the song that the group is performing. Print of pariu (sarong) made by Pua Pera.
Cook Island drum dance. Dancers created their own costumes and are using ruru's made out of flower/seed sacks and the fans on their heads are made out of young leaves of coconut tree.
Children from Cook Island community dancing.
Fijian part of audience at the first South Pacific festival in Christchurch held at Cowles Stadium on Pages Road showing a full stadium.
C.W. Hunter during his record breaking attempt to play the piano for 50 hours at Shirley shopping centre. Mr Hunter is playing his piano in the window of Taylors Dry Cleaners to raise money for the...
A group of females participating in a Māori performance at the opening of the QEII Stadium, New Brighton.
A man doing a Māori performance on the pitch at QEII Park to mark the opening of the Stadium space.
Members of the Māori Club on stage at Avonside Girls' High School performing an action song to friends of school and students.
Margaret Mahy & Elizabeth Moody in front of the stage for the play they co-created, "Redheads, Rascals and a Robot".
A large group of senior students at Linwood High School performing modern dance on the hockey field. Groups of students are in the background watching the performance.
Martin Ewen, Pjotr and Sarah Franks performing in Cathedral Square for the Summertimes programme.
Linwood High School students in costume for their stage version of Charles Dickens', A Tale of Two Cities. Students, Matthew Simmons (left) as the King and Stacey Chee as the Queen.
Sharon Hunter, Mark Wheeler and Anne Banks perform in a Casebrook Intermediate School operetta. Mark's character is about to play a prank.
Bharatanatyam Group performing a traditional South Indian dance, at Culture Galore 2012.
Andrew and Darryl perform a Pinter sketch, directed by Mike Friend.
Eve, Cathrine and Andrew perform 'Dog Park' written by Cathrine van Venrooy, directed by Mike Friend.