Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre will present SILENCE, a new politically and unapologetically raw dance work by Karul Projects, from 28 to 29 July.

An entry point to the complex political environment Australia find ourselves in, SILENCE is a powerful contemporary dance performance featuring a complex musical score, punctuated by dynamic live percussion, exploring past, present, alternate realities and dreamscapes.

Both a celebration of First Nations triumphs, as well as a searing commentary on Australian Nationhood, as Australia prepares to vote on The Voice to Parliament, this dynamic and exciting show is not to be missed.

Event Access

The theatre is equipped with a T-switch hearing assistance facility.

Please indicate your requirements when booking to ensure you are seated in seats which receive the best reception.

Venue Access

Limited parking is available in the streets surrounding BMEC. Restrictions are generally removed from 6.00pm on weekdays and 12.30pm Saturday, Sunday is open parking. Please refer to street signage for details.

Undercover parking is available at the Bathurst Regional Council carpark beneath Bathurst City Centre. This carpark is approximately 5 minutes’ walk from BMEC and is accessible via Bentinck Street and Hancocks Lane. Parking is free for up to 3 hours between 6.30am and 9.30pm seven days a week. Outside of these hours there is a 12 hour per stay limit.

Event type

Other accessible and inclusive event

Find out more

For bookings and information on specific access and transport.

Melanie Sing
Front of House Supervisor


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