When the world tells us to swallow our tongues, watch us become sirens instead.
Join Carrie Rudzinski, Jessie Fenton and Jahra Wasasala, three of New Zealand’s most celebrated and renowned performance poets, as they break open the stage with a fierce unearthing of joy. Where does the laughter hide in your cracking knuckles? Why does grief claw at your throat? Sing of the multitudes of women; how we reimagine our narratives in the midst of our own rebirths.
Mythology claims sirens lured men to shipwreck with the sweetness of their song. Consider this a warning.