Community Ticketing

Bangarra’s Community Ticketing Initiatives provide the company with a way to connect with those who share the rich culture and history that is sewn through our storytelling. It is one of the many initiatives we have at Bangarra to bring our community together and celebrate our stories.

Bangarra has a longstanding commitment to sharing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stories from across the country – strengthening and showcasing our culture, which spans tens of thousands of years.

With the generous support of The Balnaves Foundation, Bangarra’s Community Ticketing Initiatives provide us with an accessible means to bring our community together, to celebrate our culture and stories through Bangarra’s world-class performances and unique form of storytelling.​

 

COMMUNITY NIGHTS

SANDSONG COMMUNITY NIGHT BRISBANE


SandSong – a powerful production that traces the ancient memories embedded in Kimberley Country, and creates new narratives for Indigenous futures.

 

13 AUGUST, 7.30pm
PLAYHOUSE, QUEENSLAND PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE

 

TO BOOK
call (07) 3840 7466
or email groups@qpac.com.au


SANDSONG COMMUNITY NIGHT MELBOURNE


SandSong – a powerful production that traces the ancient memories embedded in Kimberley Country, and creates new narratives for Indigenous futures.

 

2 SEPTEMBER, 7.30pm
PLAYHOUSE, ARTS CENTRE MELBOURNE

COVID-19 Update

On Wednesday 18 March, the New South Wales Government announced that indoor gatherings of over 100 people would be prohibited until midnight 16 June, in order to limit the spread of COVID-19. The safety of our artists and audiences is our highest priority, and in light of this order, we have cancelled our scheduled Community Night performance of SandSong on 9 June 2020. 

We are planning on presenting our season of SandSong from 17 June, and continuing to present our Community Nights in Brisbane and Melbourne as planned, but we continue to receive advice from relevant authorities and monitor the situation carefully. We will be in touch with ticket-holders when we have more information, to discuss your options moving forward.

As you can imagine, our team is receiving a high volume of calls at this time, so we thank you for your patience in awaiting our contact. If you have any urgent questions, please email us.

WILAY PROGRAM

Wilay is the Wiradjuri word for Brushtail Possum, given to us by Uncle Stan Grant Senior. (This initiative was formerly known as Koori(e) Kids’ Day).

Bangarra’s Wilay program enables Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander school students to access a dedicated matinee performance, at a discounted price. The performance is often followed by an 'In Conversation' with some of the dancers and creatives.

Wilay allows us to build a relationship with the next generation of those who share the rich culture and history that is sewn through our storytelling. It is important to pass these stories down.

SANDSONG | WILAY SYDNEY


17 JUNE, 12.30PM
DRAMA THEATRE, SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE

 

THIS PERFORMANCE IS FULLY BOOKED.
COMPLETE THE BOOKING FORM BELOW TO BE ADDED TO THE WAITLIST.


SANDSONG | WILAY MELBOURNE


9 SEPTEMBER, 12.30PM
PLAYHOUSE, ARTS CENTRE MELBOURNE

 

COMPLETE THE BOOKING FORM BELOW


BOOK NOW



The information you provide in this form is personal and sensitive. This form allows us to make an assessment, and provide you with access to our Wilay program. We respect your privacy and will treat the information you provide to us with utmost confidence. In order to provide our Wilay program, we may be required to share necessary personal information with relevant venues, as outlined in our Ticketing Policy. We collect, use, disclose and store your personal and other information in accordance with our privacy policy, which you can view at bangarra.com.au/legal