A man wearing a colourful shirt, standing amongst trees and shrubs.

As part of our Enlighten Festival program, join Wiradjuri man Larry Brandy as he invites children to become kangaroos, emus or hunters while learning about traditional Aboriginal culture.

You can see Larry on Friday 8 March and Saturday 9 March at 6pm.

This activity is suitable for children aged 3-10 years old, and parents and carers are more than welcome to join in too.

Larry uses real artefacts as well as animal masks as a way of involving children in his performance.

This event is a fantastic place to start your family’s night at Enlighten. Stay after the presentation to enjoy our community picnic, face painting, art and craft activities and giant games, or grab a bite to eat at our food stalls while the kids are entertained for free.

About Larry Brandy

Larry Brandy is a Wiradjuri man from Condobolin, central New South Wales. He lives in Canberra and performs storytelling throughout Australia, sharing the rich and continuing traditions of Wiradjuri culture. He has performed around the world, in Bali, Djkarta, New Caledonia, the United States and Canada. He has been awarded a Churchill Fellowship, as well as NAIDOC person of the year in the ACT. He is the author of Wiradjuri Country, published by NLA Publishing. This is his fourth children’s book. 

Buy Wiradjuri Country

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