Deal of the Week


When: Wednesday, 8 March to Saturday, 11 March
Where: German Club, 223 Flinders Street, Adelaide
Offer: $22 tix for Fringe Members
Book: Online>>

Join world class aboriginal performers Koomurri as they bring their east coast corroboree, culture, song, didgeridoo & dance to Adelaide Fringe Festival for the first time in a splash of colour, language and music hot off their televised Australia day performance at Sydney Opera House.

With members hailing from a variety of clans including the Kamilaroi Peoples of northern NSW celebrating with Yibadhaa Gambuu Dreaming (Red Belly Black Snake), Sea Turtle Dreaming from the Torres Straits, Bunya Dreaming of the Gubbi Gubbi People on the Sunshine Coast of Qld, Mununjali Mibin Dreaming (Wedge Tail Eagle) from west of the Gold Coast & Yuin Peoples of Southern NSW Umbarra Dreaming (Black Duck), Koomurri demonstrate their love of sharing cultures, revitalise their traditional skin markings, making of their costumes & reinvigorate the crafts of their ancestors live on stage.


Koomurri have represented Australian culture at two Olympic games, Rugby Union and FIFA World cups in Europe, embassies across the globe and performed thousands of shows at schools, corporate business and public events across Australia delivering an entertaining and educational, fun packed, interactive show with plenty of tongue in cheek laughs.

Koomurri implement these traditions with a mix of traditional culture and contemporary dance brought to life by the teams cultural leader Russell Dawson and our indigenous language song-man Cecil Mcleod complimented by our deadly Koomurri dancers and Australia's most exciting Didgeridoo players.