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Sydney Festival burst into life on Saturday 10 January 2009 with a mass celebration all over the city, including Cat Empire and Grace Jones centre stage.
Being Harold Pinter has a rather eclectic international flavour: inspired by a British playwright, performed in Sydney, in Belarusian and Russian, with English subtitles. It's an ambitious piece of work from the dynamic Belarus Free Theatre.
Scott Wright co-founded visual and physical theatre company ERTH in Ballarat in 1990. The successful company is now housed in Sydney’s newest contemporary arts development, CarriageWorks. Their latest work, premiering at Sydney Festival before touring to Perth, is an adaptation of Patricia Wrightson’s children’s book, The Nargun and The Stars, featuring puppets, live actors, and digital animation.
Arts Minister Rod Welford has announced leading human rights lawyer Geoffrey Robertson as a key speaker at the 2009 Ideas Festival.
THE future of the Falls Festival appears secure, at least for another year.
Markus Michalowski joined the Albury/Wodonga based Australian Flying Fruit Fly Circus as artistic director in June 2008. The debut of the circus’s latest show, The Promise, at this month’s Sydney Festival is Markus’s first full-length production as artistic director. He tells Arts Hub a little more about the journey.
Surely the mother of all freebies. Starting at 2pm with a program of family-oriented events and activities in Hyde Park and climaxing with a free concert in the Domain headlined by the inimitable Grace Jones, this year's Festival First Night rolls out the welcome mat to the entire city.
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