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Arts Minister Rod Welford has announced an innovative program of national and international speakers for the 2009 Ideas Festival at the Cultural Centre, 25-29 March.
Druid, one of the best known theatre companies in the English speaking world, comes to the Perth International arts Festival from Ireland with this exciting and palpable piece of theatre.
17 Feb 2009
AS ITS name suggests, the annual Good Vibrations festival is supposed to be all about good times in a comfortable environment.
The Ishinha theatre company, under the direction of its founder, Yukichi Matsumoto, presented the two hour spectacle of its latest work 'Nostalgia'.
"He asked me if I was interested in playing the part of Creon and I said sure, because he said he was going to have a live band, and so straight away I was interested because it was going to be more expansive than the usual talking heads sort of thing."
The current season of the West Australian Ballet Company, 'Ballet at the Quarry' presents a varied offering of short works by younger choreographers.
In his latest film, 'Lemon Tree', Israeli director Eran Riklis presents a sensitive but hard-hitting commentary on the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian struggles.
Leading and emerging playwrights, actors and directors from across the country are set to converge on Tasmania next month for the National Play Festival, a major two week celebration of new Australian writing for the stage.
16 Feb 2009
Film after film in the 59th Berlinale, which began on Feb. 5 and concludes on Sunday, has sounded some version of an internationalist message — the world is shrinking, the world is flat, we are the world — as if filmmakers were measuring the worth and seriousness of their work in terms of geographic scope.
Bringing classic and revered writers like Samuel Beckett into being is a treat for the seasoned and new theatergoer as he speaks of an “uncompromising celebration of one who looks truth in the face, unknown, terrible, amazing….”
The first feature film of Iranian filmmaker Hana Makhmalbaf, Buddha Collapsed out of Shame, is set in the Afghan town of Bamian. This is the place where the giant statues of Buddha that had been carved into the rock face centuries earlier were blown up by the Taliban in 2001. The rubble left by their destruction is the stark setting for the film.
The Black Swan State Theatre’s production for the Perth International Arts Festival 2009 is Joan Didion’s memoir The year of Magical Thinking. This one woman play, rich with pathos, exposes the beauty and terror that we all find in the transience of life, and celebrates the power of the imagination to help us survive.
An award-winning audio-visual journey through the folk communities of six countries affected by the 2004 tsunami, mastered and enhanced at the EarthSync studio, India.
Sydney Festival announced that the 2009 event was one of the largest and most far-reaching to date with increased numbers bolstered by large, and in some instances record, attendances to free events.
09 Feb 2009
Edinburgh Festival Theatre’s £2 million extension scheme has been given the green light by the local authority.
06 Feb 2009
Box-office chaos at last year's arts festival caused by inadequate project control and insufficient resources, claims independent investigation.
05 Feb 2009
The Festival will feature a varied programme of ballet, opera, classical and Arabic music, a visual arts component and a strong educational programme which forms the festival’s backbone.
04 Feb 2009
Angry ticketholders have hit out at organisers of yesterday's St Jerome's Laneway Festival in Melbourne's CBD, saying poor organisation and overcrowding left hundreds of frustrated fans locked out of the venue, unable to watch the bands they had paid for.
The Perth Cultural Centre would be abuzz with a vast array of musical talent on Friday when the boutique music event St Jerome’s Laneway Festival comes to Western Australia for the first time.
There’s only 11 months to wait til curtains up on new Artistic Director Lindy Hume’s 2010 Sydney Festival. The final Eat, Drink, Art, Talk event for this year's festival was a Q&A between Lindy Hume and Melbourne International Arts Festival Artistic Director, Brett Sheehy. Arts Hub went along to find out more...
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