Powerful performances at Polyfest

Tahuna Intermediate School’s Cook Islands group spreads a wave of colour across the stage at...
Tahuna Intermediate School’s Cook Islands group spreads a wave of colour across the stage at Otago Polyfest.
The boys from Clutha Valley Primary School turn up the intimidation with their poses.
The boys from Clutha Valley Primary School turn up the intimidation with their poses.
Children from the Dunedin Hospital Early Childhood Centre ready themselves for a memorable...
Children from the Dunedin Hospital Early Childhood Centre ready themselves for a memorable performance.
Play and Learn Early Childhood Education Centre children perform at the Otago Polyfest with...
Play and Learn Early Childhood Education Centre children perform at the Otago Polyfest with youthful enthusiasm.

There was more action on day two of the Otago Polyfest at the Edgar Centre in Dunedin yesterday, as school and early childhood centre pupils took  the stage to celebrate Maori and Pacific cultures.

Because of  Alert Level 2 restrictions, no spectators were allowed in the building, but the event is being livestreamed online.

Photographer Peter McIntosh was there.

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