We’ve Got So Much To Talk About by Sally Stockwell

Brand new solo work We’ve Got So Much To Talk About by Sally Stockwell explores the challenges and complexities of motherhood through an experimental mash up of electronic sound, song, movement and rebellion. Sally crafts her songs into a theatre-gig which voyages into themes around isolation, freedom, the struggle between artistry and motherhood; and challenging the unfinished business of feminism.

Created by Sally Stockwell, We’ve Got So Much To Talk About asks a heap of questions, but won’t necessarily give you the answers. If you are a mother, know a mother or have a mother, this show is for you.

Made with support from Creative New Zealand and Ōtautahi Tiny Performance Festival.

Saturday 25 February, 10:30
Main Stage


Sally Stockwell is an actor, singer-songwriter and theatre maker.

She trained at Toi Whakaari / NZ Drama School and has studied voice in France, London and New Zealand. Whilst working as an actor in New Zealand’s prominent theatres and screen industry over 25 years, she’s quietly honed her songwriting craft. Sally amalgamates her love of music and theatre by creating unique music theatre shows which weave song, movement and story into a heartfelt delivery.

In 2015, Sally released and toured her debut album Weightless.

She’s performed her music at various festivals including Titirangi Festival of Music, Music in Parks and Splore.