Posted by kluster on November 4, 2009
Here at Kluster we occasionally like to take our dose of creative culture with a dash of obscure. You too? Great, mainstream is so yawn worthy. Can’t afford tickets this week? You may be in luck. We’re giving one open-minded individual the chance to win a double pass to Burning Daylight on Friday 13th November at CarriageWorks, Sydney. Simply subscribe to be in the running.
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It’s karaoke night, Broome style. Country meets hip hop meets Japanese love song. A lone cowboy blows into town, stirring its ghosts for a long and wild night. Past and present dance it out on the street as the unforgettable story of Australia’s “Asian Wild West” is told by intercultural and Indigenous performance company Marrugeku in their explosive yet haunting new dance theatre work, Burning Daylight.
Hitting Sydney’s premier address for contemporary arts, CarriageWorks, on Thursday 12 to Sunday 15 November; Burning Daylight is not-to-be-missed during its national tour.