Author
India Essuah

India Essuah is a sociology honours student and writer who lives in Auckland (but calls Thames home). She's previously worked for The New Zealand Herald’s Viva, 95bFM, Dish magazine and Auckland city guide Gather & Hunt

Latest Articles:
My Big Fat Pākehā Pōwhiri: A Review of Inheritance
Read Time: 9 mins
What do we inherit? How can we move forward from the...
Theatre
My Big Fat Pākehā Pōwhiri: A Review of Inheritance
By India Essuah
We Need To Talk About Sex In Schools
Read Time: 23 mins
Our schools are struggling to cover consent and sexual...
Theatre
We Need To Talk About Sex In Schools
By India Essuah
Feminist Futures: A Review of Working On My Night Moves
Read Time: 11 mins
New Volumes critic India Essuah heads into darkness...
Theatre
Feminist Futures: A Review of Working On My Night Moves
By India Essuah
Hard Shell, Soft Belly: A Review of Such Stuff As Dreams
Read Time: 8 mins
Rewritten and remounted after a season at Te Pou earlier...
Theatre
Hard Shell, Soft Belly: A Review of Such Stuff As Dreams
By India Essuah
A Place to Call Home: An Interview with Briar March
Read Time: 12 mins
India Essuah chats to Briar March about her new documentary...
Screen
A Place to Call Home: An Interview with Briar March
By India Essuah
Dissolving Walls: Claire Cowan of Blackbird Ensemble
Read Time: 10 mins
India Essuah chats to Claire Cowan about closing the...
Theatre
Dissolving Walls: Claire Cowan of Blackbird Ensemble
By India Essuah