How do I book tickets to a Bangarra schools’ show?
Tickets to schools’ shows can be booked online. Locations, venues and dates for schools shows here.
If our school can’t get to the schools’ show can we book for another date?
Different venues have different policies for school groups regarding ticket prices so it is best to contact the venue you wish to attend and enquire about bringing a school group to a general public performance.
Where do I find Risk Assessment Policies for venues where Bangarra is performing?
Each venue/theatre will have a Risk Assessment Policy available. If you cannot find the Policy on the venue website, contact them directly.
Is there a recommended age for attending a Bangarra show?
Recommended ages for attending/viewing any particular Bangarra show is published on both the Bangarra website and the venue website. If you have any concerns please contact us.
Where do I find the Teachers' Notes for the show our school is attending?
Teachers’ Notes for each Bangarra production are available through Bangarra online library. Venues also publish the Study Guides prior to, and during the performance season.
How can I access or purchase Bangarra education resources?
Online education resources for the classroom are available free of charge.
DVDs of full length works (plus accompanying Study Guides) can be purchased through the shop.
Bangarra conducts workshops as part of its regional touring program in selected venues. The company’s Rekindling program operates a youth program in several regions across Australia. For more information please see the Rekindling page or contact us.
Does Bangarra host Teachers’ Professional Development Workshops?
Bangarra offers one-day Teachers’ Professional Development workshops at various times of the year. If you would like more information on these workshop please register your interest.
I have an assignment for one of my subjects at school. Can Bangarra give me research guidance or resources?
Can I study a piece of Bangarra repertoire for a school subject and perform it at school?
Students may study the work of Bangarra through our online resources and other reliable sources, however this DOES NOT include the learning and performing of Bangarra repertoire.
Can I come to Bangarra for work experience?
Bangarra offers a limited number of work experience and secondment opportunities. For more information go to: Work with us.
Can I learn a piece of Bangarra repertoire from a film clip and perform it publicly?
All of Bangarra’s works are protected by copyright and therefore it is neither legal nor appropriate to use content for any performance/event or any type of public display. Our works are also subject to our agreement with traditional owners in relation to cultural rights. We are bound to respect these rights and practice our duty of care for the cultural content that inspires our works.
Can I visit Bangarra studios?
Due to our busy production, rehearsal and touring schedule we are not able to facilitate visits to our studio on request. In some cases we invite special groups to experience a site visit however these are at our discretion. Email us for any further enquiries.