Ngāti Rānana

Ngāti Rānana London Māori Club aims to provide New Zealanders residing in the United Kingdom and others interested in Māori culture an environment to teach, learn and participate in Māori culture.

The three guiding principles of Ngāti Rānana are whanaungatanga (togetherness), manaakitanga (looking after one another/hospitality) and kōtahitanga (unity).

What we do

As well as club nights and performances, Ngāti Rānana holds weekend wananga (extended training/ learning sessions) and various social events for members throughout the year.

History

Since the late 1950's, a small group of New Zealander's living in London formed the London Māori Club and through the performance of traditional waiata and haka, the group promoted the uniqueness of Māori.

In 1971, the group was renamed the Ngāti Rānana London Māori Club and continues to provide the opportunity to promote Māori culture and Aotearoa (New Zealand).

Join us

Ngāti Rānana meets every Wednesday at New Zealand House at 6.30pm to learn, practise and share knowledge of the traditional performing arts. We also have update meetings to keep abreast of new enquiries, information and news.

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