Crystal Palace Theatre. Maggie Papakura, the Arawa warriors and Maori maidens. Programme 
A programme for a concert given in the Crystal Palace Theatre, London in 1911.
The programme included: Living picture of Maori life in New Zealand - Tableau - the Maori at home; Maggie Papakura the famous guide of the Hot Lakes District, Whakorero - speech by chief Mita Taupopoki; Maori love ditties, Poi dances, Titi Torea (stick game), Hakas and posture dances, Iwa the famous Maori contralto, "The legend of Hinenioa [Hinemoa]" by Maggie Papakura; Poi games including "Hua hoki au" and the famous canoe poi dance; Recitation - scenes from the past, by Hoani Nuku; maori war cries by the Arawa Maoris; "Waiata Poi", sung by Iwa; finishing with "God save the King".
Quantity: 1 flyer..
Physical Description: Letterpress on flier, 250 x 190 mm.
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Alternative form available: Scanned from original.
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- 1 flyer., Ephemera, Letterpress works, Theatre programmes, Letterpress on flier, 250 x 190 mm., Orientation: Vertical image
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