Final weekend.

As the 2013 OzAsia Festival draws to a triumphant close this weekend, the annual celebration of cultural diversity continues on its path to success, contributing cultural value to South Australia and shortening the bridge between our Asian neighbours.  To date the Festival boasts nine sold out performances and events, great critical acclaim and audience feedback.

OzAsia Festival Director Jacinta Thompson says, “I am very proud that the OzAsia Festival continues to be embraced by so many audiences through the myriad of the Festival’s artistic offerings. Ultimately this engages us all in the broader conversations about Australia’s place in Asia and Asia’s place in Australia. The Festival brings communities together to create shared understandings.

It’s not too late for audiences to soak up the rich and diverse offerings of Asia and its interactions with Australian with a wide variety of offerings on the final weekend.

We recommend you get in to see the incredible Yegam Theatre Company on their return visit to Australia. Extreme Jump is performed by a sublime cast of gymnasts, acrobats and Tae Kwon Do masters with spot-on comical timing, their sight gags and pratfalls will make the whole family laugh out loud, 28 & 29 September, Festival Theatre.

For a full list of final shows and activities go to: