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Haka around the UK

A project in by Corey Baker Dance

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Celebrating, sharing and inspiring people of Britain with the beautiful native New Zealand Māori art form, kapa haka. Corey Baker Dance
Backers: 53
Average Pledge Per Backer: £147

Funded: £7,795 of £20,000
Dates: Jul 15th -> Aug 9th (26 days)
Project By: Corey Baker Dance
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Watch our NEW Haka Day Out video for a taster of what's to come!

August 5th - via:
HAKA DAY OUT is a free traditional Maori performance that brings to life the powerful and mesmerising native Maori art form ‘Kapa Haka’. See weaponry and tribal footwork, song and of course the famous Haka in a 20 minute explosive, colorful and... (Read More)

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