Yirra Yaakin (Yir-raarh Yaarh-kin] which means “Stand Tall” in Noongar language, is one of Australia’s leading Aboriginal performing arts organisations producing award-winning, world-class theatre that is exciting, entertaining, educational, authentic and culturally appropriate.
Ice Land: A Hip h’Opera
Our 2019 production of Ice Land: A Hip h’Opera is back for a metro and regional tour!
Fractured like shards, Cole, Carly and Joy must fight the demons of their past to reclaim their future, but it’s not easy to leave behind the crystal meth plains of Ice Land.
Karratha: 16 Apr 2021 | Red Earth Arts Precinct
Broome: 24 Apr 2021 | Broome Civic Centre
The Sum of Us
See an exciting revisioning of the much-loved story from the off-Broadway hit and award-winning film The Sum of Us with an all First Nations cast.
Dates: 18 – 28 Feb 2021
Venue: Subiaco Arts Centre
Tickets: $20 – $59
FIFO – Fit In or F**k Off! (Past production)
Disintegration and hope in a fractured land.
Dates: 13 – 24 October 2020 (Perth) | 29 – 31 October 2020 (Broome)
Venue: Subiaco Arts Centre (Perth) | Gimme Club (Broome)
Tickets: $26 – $40
Deer Woman (Cancelled for 2020)
A solo-warrior-woman story of righteous vengeance created by ARTICLE 11, an international leader in Indigenous activist arts.
Due to restricted international travel caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, our 2020 season of Deer Woman is cancelled. We will continue to champion this show and plan to bring it to Perth audiences in 2021.
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Each year Yirra Yaakin presents a vital and strong education program suitable for young people. We create youth-focused productions, undertake residencies and conduct workshops across the state. We tour locally and regionally, providing unique cultural experiences to some of the most remote communities in the world.
We rely on you, our community, for our future creative and cultural programs. Your donations, encouragement and friendship provide vital support for the ongoing development of our artists and our work. Help us share Aboriginal stories by becoming a donor today!