A Taste of Broome 2017 Dates SHOW 1 Thursday July 20th SHOW 2 Thursday August 17th SHOW 3 Thursday September 7th

Tickets on sale from the Broome Visitors Centre from June 2017

 

VIP $70

General $35

I loved everything about the event. Everybody was so warm and welcoming. A perfect showcase for Broome. When I come back to Broome (and I will now), I'll time the visit so I can catch "A Taste of Broome" again

 

Andrew Le Clercq

Fabulous way to spend the evening. They thought of everything, including arranging for the town bus to take you right to the venue & take you home later! The food was lovely. The film running in the background and the songs through the decades all told the story of Broome so well. Well done to the dancers also. Don't miss the next one!

 

Helen Gramberg

What IS It? A Taste of Broome is a multi-arts performance, cuisine and culture based event focused on the unique Indigenous multiculturalism within the community of Broome. It combines traditional and contemporary performing arts including music, dance and film, to create a dynamic and rich stage production that celebrates the town’s identity. 2017 marks two very special moments etched in our local and national psyche. We recognise 75 years since the attack on Broome by the Japanese during World War II and the impact this had on this multicultural Pearling town. We also celebrate 50 years since the 1967 Referendum in which Australia overwhelmingly voted for: ‘An act to alter the constitution so as to omit certain words relating to the People of the Aboriginal Race in any State and so that Aboriginals are to be counted in reckoning the population’. A Taste of Broome is a reckoning for the senses, food, dance, tradition, culture, music, film and an atmosphere comparable to none.
A Taste of Broome 2017 Dates SHOW 1 Thursday July 20th SHOW 2 Thursday August 17th SHOW 3 Thursday September 7th
What IS It? A Taste of Broome is a multi-arts performance, cuisine and culture based event focused on the unique Indigenous multiculturalism within the community of Broome. It combines traditional and contemporary performing arts including music, dance and film, to create a dynamic and rich stage production that celebrates the town’s identity. 2017 marks two very special moments etched in our local and national psyche. We recognise 75 years since the attack on Broome by the Japanese during World War II and the impact this had on this multicultural Pearling town. We also celebrate 50 years since the 1967 Referendum in which Australia overwhelmingly voted for: ‘An act to alter the constitution so as to omit certain words relating to the People of the Aboriginal Race in any State and so that Aboriginals are to be counted in reckoning the population’. A Taste of Broome is a reckoning for the senses, food, dance, tradition, culture, music, film and an atmosphere comparable to none.
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A Taste of Broome 2017 Dates SHOW 1 Thursday July 20th SHOW 2 Thursday August 17th SHOW 3 Thursday September 7th
What IS It? A Taste of Broome is a multi-arts performance, cuisine and culture based event focused on the unique Indigenous multiculturalism within the community of Broome. It combines traditional and contemporary performing arts including music, dance and film, to create a dynamic and rich stage production that celebrates the town’s identity. 2017 marks two very special moments etched in our local and national psyche. We recognise 75 years since the attack on Broome by the Japanese during World War II and the impact this had on this multicultural Pearling town. We also celebrate 50 years since the 1967 Referendum in which Australia overwhelmingly voted for: ‘An act to alter the constitution so as to omit certain words relating to the People of the Aboriginal Race in any State and so that Aboriginals are to be counted in reckoning the population’. A Taste of Broome is a reckoning for the senses, food, dance, tradition, culture, music, film and an atmosphere comparable to none.
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A Taste of Broome 2017 Dates SHOW 1 Thursday July 20th SHOW 2 Thursday August 17th SHOW 3 Thursday September 7th
What IS It? A Taste of Broome is a multi-arts performance, cuisine and culture based event focused on the unique Indigenous multiculturalism within the community of Broome. It combines traditional and contemporary performing arts including music, dance and film, to create a dynamic and rich stage production that celebrates the town’s identity. 2017 marks two very special moments etched in our local and national psyche. We recognise 75 years since the attack on Broome by the Japanese during World War II and the impact this had on this multicultural Pearling town. We also celebrate 50 years since the 1967 Referendum in which Australia overwhelmingly voted for: ‘An act to alter the constitution so as to omit certain words relating to the People of the Aboriginal Race in any State and so that Aboriginals are to be counted in reckoning the population’. A Taste of Broome is a reckoning for the senses, food, dance, tradition, culture, music, film and an atmosphere comparable to none.
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A Taste of Broome 2017 Dates SHOW 1 Thursday July 20th SHOW 2 Thursday August 17th SHOW 3 Thursday September 7th
What IS It? A Taste of Broome is a multi-arts performance, cuisine and culture based event focused on the unique Indigenous multiculturalism within the community of Broome. It combines traditional and contemporary performing arts including music, dance and film, to create a dynamic and rich stage production that celebrates the town’s identity. 2017 marks two very special moments etched in our local and national psyche. We recognise 75 years since the attack on Broome by the Japanese during World War II and the impact this had on this multicultural Pearling town. We also celebrate 50 years since the 1967 Referendum in which Australia overwhelmingly voted for: ‘An act to alter the constitution so as to omit certain words relating to the People of the Aboriginal Race in any State and so that Aboriginals are to be counted in reckoning the population’. A Taste of Broome is a reckoning for the senses, food, dance, tradition, culture, music, film and an atmosphere comparable to none.
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