TF.A supports new First Nations work at the Blue Room Theatre

Read dirt, tea and attempted murder....

Together with our friends at Block Branding, we are thrilled to announce our sponsorship of SAND, a new play by Zac James and Dureshawar Khan, to be presented at the Blue Room Theatre in November.

1927 in the scorching deserts of Western Australia, Abdullah, an Afghan cameleer obsessed with tales of Camelot, meets Jarntu, a proud Yamatji man on a journey to save his daughter from a white man’s disease. Together they follow a trail of betrayal and murder that leads them to the tree of eternal knowledge, tasked to spread peace across the desert!

The play is described as a ‘journey of culture, love, murder and the Blak history of Australia, brought to the stage with puppets and a kick*** soundtrack.’ We can’t wait to see it and are proud to again be able to support First Nations storytelling in WA.

Book your tickets via the Blue Room website.

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