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wulamanayuwI

and the seven pamanuI WrITTEN BY JASON DE SANTIS, DIrECTED BY EAMON FLACK

Playwright Jason De Santis brings a Tiwi twist to an old favourite to create a modern Aboriginal adventure story, inspired by Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Wulamanayuwi (pronounced “Wool-a-man-aye-you”) and the Seven Pamanui is a joyful romp through a familiar tale of myth, magic and adventure. Narrated by Jarparra, the Moon Man, join Wulamanayuwi, daughter of a Tiwi warrior, on her journey to rescue her seven little brothers transformed by Jirrakilala, her evil stepmother into seven mischievous spirits, the seven Pamanui.

Nambour Civic Centre

Tuesday 11 March 6pm and Wednesday 12 March 10.30am Tickets: Single Tickets $15 / Members $13.50 Group of 4 minimum 2 kids $55 Suitable for children over 7 years and their families. Please note Haze will be used in this performance.

Photograph by: Angela Keith

Puppets, song, dance combine to make this a whole family adventure featuring the language and rhyme of the Tiwi Islands, north of Darwin. Packed with spirit and humor, Wulamanayuwi will delight audiences young and old. “Writer-performer Jason De Santis took a Dreamtime story, added a classic European fairy tale, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, and mixed in some pop culture references a la Shrek. The result was Wulamanayuwi and the Seven Pamanui.” ArtsHub

Duration: 70 minutes no interval Genre:

Children’s theatre

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