Combined with the traditional dance moves of the Northern Territorian Yolngu people and modern music you have yourself one high-energy non-stop traditional Aboriginal danceathon! Djuki Mala is a must see show at this years Fringe at The Garden of Unearthly Delights. We attended the opening night and were blown away with their cheeky, energetic and mesmerising dance moves.
While the show started on a serious note telling the story of the white settlement and showcasing the traditional Yolngu dancing it was an important message to be told. The Yolngu culture and traditions have been passed on for thousands of years and one way has been through dance.
The show is full of old and modern music where the dancers showcase their talented dancing skills. There were songs from the 60s 70s, 80s and 90s. The Michael Jackson medley was a special treat as well as the tribute to Zorba the Greek and music from Bollywood. The more we cheered the more energetic they got.
Djuki Mala had us moving and grooving and we didn’t want the show to end. It was a full house and we expect that it will be for every show. So don’t miss out and get your tickets now!