From Taonga puoro to Piob Mhor: Bringing cultures together

Exhibition
Perth Museum
Culture Perth & Kinross
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Scotland and New Zealand might be on opposite sides of the world but they are not as distant as you might think.  With Scots being some of the first European settlers in New Zealand, migration has steadily continued ever since meaning there are strong cultural links between the two countries. 

We’ll be celebrating both our distinct and shared heritage in this unique event which will also see some traditional musical performances. 

Left image courtesy of Awhina Tamarapa

Dates
Thu 15 Aug: 19:00
Tickets Price

Adult £9.90; Concessions £7.70 (inc 10% booking fee per ticket)

Age Restrictons
16+

Perth Museum

St John’s Place, Perth, PH1 5SZ

Perth Museum will open its doors on 30 March 2024 after a £27 million redevelopment project. This world-class cultural and heritage attraction will highlight the fascinating objects and stories that put Perth and Kinross at the centre of Scotland’s story.

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