Drew Hadwen at Devotion 95  [image: supplied]

Drew Hadwen at Devotion 95

Drew Hadwen

In this podcast Drew Hadwen talks about the development of the Devotion dance parties/festivals, and the Beacons of Hope services in Wellington in the 1990s.

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Citation information

Record date:18th August 2018
Interviewer:Gareth Watkins