• Lucky Lartey, Photo: Dom O'Donnell.
    Lucky Lartey, Photo: Dom O'Donnell.

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We have two double passes up for grabs, to see “Passing it On”, a double bill of contemporary dance works by Ryuichi Fujimura and Lucky Lartey, at Riverside Theatres Parramatta, Friday 7 June.

Originally from Japan, Ryuichi Fujimura traces back his personal dance history in How I Practice My Religion, and unpacks what is archived in his dancing body. Evolving from his love for dance, this work is dedicated to his first three dance teachers: Margaret Lasica, Caroline English and Anastasi Siotas.

In Full Circle, Ghana-born dancer and choreographer Lucky Lartey draws upon his knowledge of traditional rhythms and dance, and his understanding of contemporary movement practices to explore the longstanding relationship between hip hop culture and West African storytelling traditions.

To be in the running to win one of two double passes to see “Passing it On” at Riverside Theatres Parramatta, Friday 7 June, click here.

Limit of one entry per person.

Deadline for entries: COB Monday 20 May.

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Pictured top is Lucky Lartey. Photo: Dom O'Donnell.


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