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Bourke to Bangarra

At the Bangarra Dance Theatre in Dubbo – Neveah Robb, Chloe Robb, Teagan McLachlan (teacher), Maddison Bates, Iona Smith, Shakayah McKellar-Marlowe, and Edie Crain. Photo contributed

Acclaimed around the world for its distinctive theatricals, powerful choreography, unique soundscapes, and design, Bangarra is Australia’s leading First Nations performing arts company, and recently, students from Bourke High School got to witness Bangarra’s brilliant performance in Dubbo.

Seven students and two teachers from Bourke High School travelled to Dubbo to witness the mesmerizing performance of Bangarra’s Yuldea. 

The dance theatre show, Yuldea entertained and shed light on the profound stories of the Anangu and Nunga people of the far west region of South Australia.

Through dance and storytelling, the performance delves into the struggles and profound connection these communities have with their land and culture. […]

Read more in the printed edition of The Western Herald.

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