SPEAR: Special Screening
Wednesday 25 January | 7.30pm
This screening is in Hackett Hall at WA Museum Boola Bardip, entry via Woodside Learning Studios.
Doors open 45 minutes prior to movie start time.
Standard | $15
Concession | $12.50
Junior* | $10
Family (2 adults + 2 junior)* | $45
Companion card | Free
*Juniors under the age of 2 receive free entry and do not require a ticket
Friend Members receive 15% off ticket pricing for this event.
This event is part of FRINGE WORLD Festival. Some tickets are sold directly through FRINGE WORLD festival, if there are no tickets available for the session please check the FRINGE WORLD Festival website.
Venture into the phenomenal world of Bangarra in the captivating backdrop of Hackett Hall and enjoy a summer night at the movies with us.
On the eve of 26 January, we invite you to join Boola Bardip for a film screening to celebrate the importance of sharing uniquely Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stories.
Light food and drinks are available for purchase. BYO snacks permitted.
Acclaimed Artistic Director and Choreographer Stephen Page brings Bangarra Dance Theatre’s outstanding dance work SPEAR to the screen. Striking and original, Page weaves story through dance to deliver an extraordinary cinematic experience in his feature film debut.
Using gesture and dance, with minimal dialogue, SPEAR follows a young Aboriginal man named Djali (Hunter Page-Lochard) from the outback to the streets of Sydney on his quest to understand what it means to be a man with ancient traditions in a modern world.
Featuring brilliant Bangarra dancers and an evocative David Page score that combines traditional and contemporary music, SPEAR is an intimate journey with one of Australia’s most celebrated artists and one of the most affecting and spiritually resonant films of 2015.
Director: Stephen Page
Country of Origin: Australia
Duration: 84 mins
Year of Release: 2015
FRINGE WORLD Festival
This event is part of FRINGE WORLD Festival. Some tickets are sold directly through FRINGE WORLD festival, if there are no tickets available for the session you are looking for please check the FRINGE WORLD Festival website. Whether you are looking for some fringey goodness for the family, or some late night live arts, discover more Fringe events taking place at the Museum here.
City of Perth free parking
For weeknight evening events that start at 6pm or after 6pm -
City of Perth parking is free after 6pm, the State Library parking at 15 Francis Street, Northbridge is the closest to the WA Museum Boola Bardip.