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Treasure language story

There will be another Treasure Language Storytelling show in Darwin in early July, as part of the Darwin Fringe Festival which coincides with NAIDOC Week.
This show follows six previous shows which brought Indigenous and immigrant storytellers to the stage to share stories first in the original language and then in English.

The shows in California included Ohlone and Hawaiian storytellers. The shows in Melbourne and Darwin included Woiwurrung, Djambarrpuyngu, and Kunwinjku.

Organiser Steven Bird is again keen to feature as many Australian Aboriginal languages as possible.

If you are a Top End language speaker, who would enjoy speaking in language to a highly receptive theatre audience, listen to the information at this link then This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. as he would love to hear from you.





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