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Hot Brown Honey Foyer
Tuesday 14 February
ASB Theatre, Aotea Square
Photos: Maria Bumanglag

Last night, an amazing Valentine’s treat was installed for the audience attending the opening of Hot Brown Honey – a sizzling celebration of loud, proud women of colour. The show promises an “audacious platter of dance, poetry, comedy, circus, striptease and song,” and it certainly was. We were in for a night of wild hip-hop, laced with a barrage of entertaining events challenging the colonisation and stereotyping of women, particularly those who are coloured!

It was in incredible show, and as part of the Auckland Pride Festival we expect it to empower and liberate every young Polynesian LGBT+ person, who sees it.

The show runs until 18 February, read our review here.