Australia’s very first Indigenous member of the United Nations and the grand-daughter of the King of Cairns; Bukal is the extraordinary journey of one woman’s life that follows Henrietta Fourmile’s incredible strength and determination from the very quaint and simple shores of Aboriginal mission Yarrabah in North Queensland, all the way to the world stage of Geneva, Canada and the U.S. where she impacted global Indigenous laws and legislations in the areas of Copyright, Ownership, Bio-diversity and Intellectual Property.
A world exclusive, JUTE Theatre Company is honoured and privileged to produce and support the presentation of this inspiring story to audiences in partnership with CIAF (Cairns Indigenous Arts Festival) in 2018.
Please note the official opening night, CIAF World Premiere on Tuesday July 10.
The matinee performances will feature a Q&A- a post-show 20-minute discussion held with cast and crew on stage for the audience to engage in and interrogate the theatre experience and story.
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JUTE Theatre, Centre of Contemporary Arts, Cairns. Off-Street parking available at the rear of the Centre of Contemporary Arts building; access is via the driveway. JUTE recommends patrons aim to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to show start time. The Centre of Contemporary Arts Bar, Number 96, is open one hour prior to each performance. JUTE performances do not allow drinks to be taken into the show out of respect for other audience members and the performers.