Event overview

  • 2022-09-24
  • 5:30pm-9:30pm
  • 74 High Street, Bowraville
  • Bowraville Theatre
  • $5 plus booking fee

Calendar event

Hello Tut Tut with Gunganbu

Hello Tut Tut fuse the exciting musical world of gypsy, balkan, klezmer and latin to create a dynamic and original form of world dance music!

Hello Tut Tut with Gunganbu

The seven musicians bring their exuberant joy of playing together to all stages and thrive on interacting with each other and the audience. Well-known for throwing some of the rowdiest world music gypsy parties, Hello Tut Tut fill venues with electric energy and excitement.

Having played a diverse range of festivals such as Rainbow Serpent, Luminate (NZ), Falls Festival and Illawarra Folk Festival, they’re rapidly building a reputation as one of Australia’s most exciting new dance bands.

With members of Australian, Hungarian, Polish, Jewish, Czech and Swiss descent, Hello Tut Tut explores their heritage to craft original music t​hat is contemporary, entertaining and highly danceable.

“Hello Tut Tut had the main dancefloor cranking!” — Luminate Festival, NZ

This show will be opened by special guests, local band Gunganbu.

‘Gunganbu means friend in Gumbaynggirr, the original language of this area.  Gunganbu has grown out of the friendship of Gumbaynggirr language teacher Michael Jarrett and musician Luke Rhodes, and their idea of combining the sharing of language and music. The group is about friends gathering to honour, respect and celebrate Gumbaynggirr language, land and people.’

Doors open 5.30pm and the Bowraville Theatre cafe will be open for cold drinks and snacks.

Music starts 6.30pm

This is an alcohol free, family friendly event for all ages.

Wheelchair spaces are available in the theatre, please contact the organise for more info or to reserve a space.

Location: Bowraville Theatre – 74 High Street, Bowraville
To book contact: 02 6564 7808 or visit: www.bowravilletheatre.com.au

The Valley Hub acknowledges Gumbaynggirr country, the Ancestors, Elders and Traditional Custodians of the Valley in which we live and work. We thank them for their care of country through time and acknowledge and respect their continuing connection to land, waters and culture.

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