15 June, 2021
The support of our audiences over the past year has made it possible for us to continue to dance, to create and to connect with audiences across the country with our stories, even when theatres closed. We are very excited to be back in the theatre with our critically acclaimed work SandSong: Stories from the Great Sandy Desert.
In the video above the dancers share with you why the process of creating a Bangarra production, in collaboration with community, is so important to them.
Bangarra is a not-for-profit organisation, and ticket sales make up only a fraction of our operating revenue. The remaining comes from our generous donors, alongside public and private sector support.
By donating to Bangarra you are allowing our dancers and creative team to keep moving across the country, re-connecting them with Language, Songlines and Land, all of which is a very special part of what it means to develop a Bangarra production.
Over the past year alone, Bangarra has helped share the stories of our First Nations people with over 1.5 million audience members via performances, film and broadcast. We want to continue to have this impact well into the future. The work that we produce is for everyone, especially the next generation.
Please help us keep moving by making a tax-deductible end of financial year donation today.