OUR land people stories

HOTA presents OUR Land People Stories

Bangarra Dance Theatre

Bangarra brings you three personal and profound dance works, showcasing the infinite stories of Australia’s cultural heritage.

The stunning paintings of Yirrkala artist Nyapanyapa Yunupingu are brought to life in Nyapanyapa, Wiradjuri family and kinship is explored in Miyagan, and the two sides of Sydney’s Governor Macquarie are uncovered in Macq.

Forged from over 40,000 years of culture, Bangarra’s striking dance language is internationally acclaimed, together with its immersive soundscapes and exquisite design. Don’t miss your chance to see this uniquely Australian dance company in 2018.

‘Australian dance at it’s best.’ The Sun – Herald

Images: Edward Mulvihill

SCHOOLS: School bookings welcome (via the button below) – suitable for Years 7-12.
There is a Teacher Resource Kit available for this show – click here to download it.
There is a 10 min audience Q&A with cast immediately after the show on Saturday 24th February – students are invited to ask questions.
The confirmation of student numbers date for this show is 26 Jan 2018

This show is part of our Multi-buy Package
BOOK 3+ SHOWS – 15% OFF
BOOK 5+ SHOWS – 20% OFF
BOOK 10+ SHOWS – 25% OFF

School Booking Form
This event is part of our Indigenous Program, proudly presented by

Bangarra Dance Theatre would like to thank the following partners;

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