Live in Mudgee? Come along to our public screening of the uplifting documentary “Prison Songs” on 18 October for a night of fun, food, and human rights.

Guests will be invited to share some wine and finger food before the film, and following the screening, to join in on some discussion about the film and Indigenous rights in Australia.

“Prison Songs conveys the brutal reality of prison life with a clarity and intimacy not usually found in Australian prison stories or, particularly, those portraying indigenous lives…the result is well-written, often-poignant lyrics, great music. It is a shocking story told first hand, but, most surprisingly – and powerfully – it’s lots of fun to watch.”

Sydney Morning Herald

Entry is only $10, or $5 for pensioners and students. Payment is available at the door on the night.

Event Contact

Heather Drew

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Still from documentary prison songs in which several indigenous women are dancing in front of a white building with barbed wire along the gutters


The Stables Gallery

86 Market St, Mudgee, New South Wales, 2850, Australia


October 18, 2016

7:00 pm