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Christmas and New Year Arrangements 2021
Next date: Wednesday, 01 June 2022 | 07:30 PM
Performed by award-winning ABC presenter & performer, Joel Carnegie, acclaimed Gunditjmara actor, Tom Molyneux and the City of Burnie Brass Band.
Two powerful yet forgotten Australian stories uncovering our past to reveal who we are today.
STARDUST tells the story of bandleader and trumpet player Col Brain. Before he died, Col placed his most prized life possessions into a cupboard and locked it up, never to be opened again. But what was inside? Told by his grandson, award winning ABC presenter & performer, Joel Carnegie, STARDUST is a heart-warming musical quest to uncover what Col wanted us to know about his life by the things he left behind.
THE MISSION follows "Fighting Gunditjmara" man Allan McDonald off to war. As one of the first Aboriginal soldiers from Victoria to enlist, Allan fought at Gallipoli and Beersheba, only to be denied a soldier's settlement upon return and forced from his traditional land. Told by his great, great nephew, acclaimed Gunditjmara actor Tom Molyneux, THE MISSION tells the truth of uncle Allan's struggle; fighting for Country, for love, and for justice.
Burnie Arts & Function Centre, 77-79 Wilmot Street, Burnie 7320 View Map and directions
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77-79 Wilmot Street,
Burnie TAS 7320
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Duration: 2hrs+ interval
Warning: includes adult themes, occasional coarse language, smoke, and scenes depicting ware and violence. 'The Mission' contains depictions of, and reference to, Aboriginal people who have passed away. It also describes confronting content in relation to the massacre, dispossession, and mistreatment of First Nations Peoples.
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