Dreaming in Byron

ARC dreaming Aboriginal dance theatre brings culture to Byron.
ARC dreaming Aboriginal dance theatre brings culture to Byron.

ARC dreaming Aboriginal dance theatre is coming to Byron this Saturday, January 28.

ARC dreaming is a collaboration between musical ensemble Visions of a Nomad and the Nunukul Yuggera Aboriginal dancers. The show is a mix of Aboriginal traditional and contemporary music and dance that has entertained and informed audiences around the world.

ARC dreaming was created in the 90s with reconciliation as its focus.Visions of a Nomad will play original music composed by Michael Cuming. It's a fusion of jazz, world, groove and classically-influenced music accompanied by the didgeridoo.The Nunukul Yuggera Aboriginal dancers will celebrate traditional culture with song and dance.

This is an opportunity to experience and be part of Aboriginal culture in its traditional and urban contemporary form.

ARC dreaming hits the Byron Community Centre this Saturday, January 28, from 8pm.

Tickets are $28 pre-paid from or $30 at the door.

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