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Theatre and Dance Photographry by Kate Holmes Photographer

Flowing with culture and local creativity

A powerful contemporary and ancient First Nations story, told through dance, poetry, video projection, vocalisation, and music, Flow is a celebration of kinship, culture, and connection.

And it’s coming to the Clarence Valley this month.

Presented by NORPA, Flow is an outdoor theatrical experience and transports the audience along the Clarence River from Bundjalung country to Yaegl country, telling the tale of a man’s search to discover more about his story, culture, and the history of the region.

Directed by Yamba’s Jade Dewi Tyas Tungal and written by proud Yaegl and Bundjalung man Mitch King, who will also perform and be joined on stage by sound artist Blake Rhodes, Flow also shares the knowledge of Yaegl elders and emerging leaders and includes work by acclaimed Yaegl artist Frances Belle Parker.

Flow will be performed at the Maclean Showground on November 16 and 17.

Gates open at 6:15pm each night with the main performance to commence at 8pm.

Admission is free, but attendees are required to book their tickets online at

*Make sure you pick up a copy of the Clarence Valley Independent next week when we speak with Mitch King ahead of the upcoming shows.