The Sydney Opera House will be once again celebrating the world’s oldest living culture as part of NAIDOC Week 2014.

NAIDOC Week reflects upon and honors the cultural richness and diversity of the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. This year the Sydney Opera House will host a jam-packed program of cabaret, music, film and discussions examining modern indigenous culture and issues. Some special guests this year include Redfern Now director Adrian Wills, actors Noni Hazlehurst and Kirk Page, and Canadian hip hop pioneer Kinnie Starr. 

NAIDOC Week events at the Sydney Opera House run from Friday July 4 – Sunday July 6. For the full listings and to book, visit the Sydney Opera House website.

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