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Black Diggers a planned production in tribute to soldiers Australia refused to acknowledge

NP120432Every evening at sunset, a lone bugler stands at the Menin Gate in Ypres and sounds the Last Post in memory of the unknown British and Commonwealth soldiers who died in World War I. Sometimes the Belgian square is full of life, at other times the bugler may play only to an audience of snowdrifts.

It's a familiar landscape for Sydney Festival director Lieven Bertels, who grew up in Flanders. So close is his home to...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 January 2013 22:02

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Seven Sisters Songline to be a feature in Canberra’s centenary

waynequilliamphotographySSDH32-(2)Wesley Enoch, director of Kungkarangkalpa: the Seven Sisters Songline, has visited Canberra to participate in the creative development of a Centenary of Canberra project to be performed outdoors at the National Museum of Australia on March 1 and 2 next year.

This rare performance by the senior desert dancers of Kungkarangkalpa will have them flying from the red...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 January 2013 22:01

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