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Djuki Mala

When:

Fri 23 Jun 2017, 7:15pm–8:15pm
Sun 25 Jun 2017, 7:15pm–8:15pm
Mon 26 Jun 2017, 7:15pm–8:15pm
Tue 27 Jun 2017, 7:15pm–8:15pm
Wed 28 Jun 2017, 7:15pm–8:15pm

Where: Map 57, Jacka Boulevard, St Kilda, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $45.00
  • Concession: $35.00
  • Family: $130.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: Map 57

Best Dance - Adelaide Fringe & Perth Fringe 2017
West Australian Arts Editors Award - Perth Fringe 2017

Direct from NE Arnhem Land, Indigenous dance and YouTube sensations Djuki Mala present 12 performances at MAP57 on the back of their sold out Summer Tour and Sydney Opera House season. Unique, infectious, high-energy and always exuberant, Djuki Mala fuse traditional Yolngu and contemporary pop culture, dance and storytelling to create work that is a marvel of timing, comedy and clowning with a hefty dose of heart and soul. If there is one show this year that is guaranteed to leave you feeling genuinely happy then Djuki Mala is it!

”... no better offering at this year’s Fringe Festival.” - The West Australian

"Joy enhancing, inspiring, enthralling, thrilling, intoxicating!" - Upside News

"Energetic, hilarious, ground-breaking.” - Beat Magazine

"A vibrant celebration of ingenuity and energy.” - The Age

“Their enthusiasm is infectious.” - Sydney Morning Herald