Sunshine Club Days of Old Darwin, The
During the Post-War era of the 1940s and 1950s in Darwin emerged the rich and culturally diverse music and dance scene of 'The Sunshine Club'. Every month, dances were held in a hall where Aboriginal, Filipino and all kinds of people created a fusion of music and dance that helped break down the racial barriers of the time. As part of the Festival of Darwin 2002, this unique era was revived and performed with many of the original musicians and dancers.
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