Adelaide Festival Centre

In Conversation with S. Shakthidharan

In 2019, a play by a western Sydney storyteller of Sri Lankan and Tamil ancestry won seven Helpmann Awards, Best Mainstage Production at the Sydney Theatre Awards, the Victorian Premier’s Prize for Drama, and Australia’s richest literary award, the Victorian Prize for Literature. This epic work is the brainchild of S. Shakthidharan, who joins Annette in a conversation exploring the depth and range of contemporary Asian Australian works, and refuge, a persistent theme underpinning the cultural engagement between Australia and Asia.

Join us on Facebook for the event at 11am ACST, Thursday 29 October 2020.

ABOUT S. SHAKTHIDHARAN

S. Shakthidharan is the Co-Founder and Artistic Director of Kurinji, Artistic Lead at Co-Curious and an Associate Artist at Belvoir. He’s a writer, director and producer of film and theatre, as well as a composer and performer of original music. As a writer, Shakthi’s debut play is Counting and Cracking. Shakthi currently has a number of new plays in development with Belvoir and feature film in development with Felix Media. As a co-writer, director and producer, Shakthi’s most recent screen project, Laka, is a multi-platform feature film, audio-visual installation and VR project travelling to contemporary arts centres and festivals around the world.

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Thursday 29 October, 2020
Event ends
Thursday 29 October, 2020
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