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Sydney witnesses ‘Anarkali – The Musical’: A Tale of Love, Lust & Bravery

By Rekha Rajvanshi After staging so many successful dance shows and musicals, Ruchi Sanghi Dance Company produced ‘Anarkali – The Musical’ which was staged in NIDA on the February 26, 2022. The musical brought to life the epic story of Anarkali through poignant music, breathtaking dances, over 400 dazzling costumes and a cast of over […]

Aishveryaa Nidhi: Transcending art through Theatre and Films

By Neena Badhwar Aishveryaa Nidhi has worked in Theatre and Films for the last 25 years, and is well known to the Indian community in Australia. At the height of her career Aishveryaa decided to move to California in 2016 where she is making her mark in Hollywood, recently nominated as one in the top […]

New Collaborative creative work grants, for artists, apply by April 1

Would you like to create new artwork, explore creative collaborations or pursue professional development opportunities? Achieve your artistic goals with funding assistance through the Blacktown City Council 2022 Creative Arts Fund. Artists and community organisations are invited to activate new ideas and initiatives, and take advantage of partnership opportunities with other organisations, artists and community groups. The […]

Riverside’s National Theatre of Parramatta to present enthralling dark comedy ‘Guards At Taj’

Riverside’s National Theatre of Parramatta (NTofP) is proud to present Guards at the Taj, a heartbreakingly funny work from Pulitzer Prize-nominated playwright Rajiv Joseph (Broadway’s Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo), at Riverside Theatres from 24 February to 5 March, 2022.Winner of the 2016 Obie Award for Best Play and the 2016 Lucille Lortel Winner […]

Such Stuff Productions Presents: Much Ado About Nothing!

By Rylea Conlon After the wild success of their 2021 production of Hamlet, ‘Brilliant Production – transports us into the midst of this tragic tale – an extraordinary feat ” Hamlet, 2021 review.” Such Stuff Productions readies to release their latest Shakespearean adaptation ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ filled with love, betrayal, friendship and heartbreak! Under […]

Australian Theatre Live produces their first independent season at Riverside Theatres

Australian Theatre Live will produce and digitally capture the critically acclaimed independent production of Norm and Ahmed with Laurence Coy & Rajan Velu. Playing in the Lennox at Riverside Theatres in Parramatta from the 15 ”“ 20th of November, the project has been made possible with the assistance of Create NSW and the Restart Investment […]

Indian Films at Sydney Film Festival 2021 (November 3-14)

Sydney Film Festival  (SFF 2021) is on in the month of November having been delayed due to Covid 19 lockdown in NSW. This year it is being held from 3rd to the 14th of November. The festival has some interesting Indian Film entries this year. For all film lovers who may be interested in films […]

$86 million injection to kickstart Arts, Screen and Culture in NSW

Artists, musicians, theatres, venues, festivals and cultural organisationsin NSW will be supported with $86 million in funding from the NSW Government to reopen with confidence and welcome back audiences. Treasurer Matt Kean said the stimulus would support individuals and businesses to bounce back quickly and reignite the economy through their cultural offerings. “We have all […]

Indian Literary & Art Society Celebrates Australia-Wide Hindi Diwas

Indian Literary & Art Society of Australia (ILASA Inc.) organized various literary programs to celebrate InternationalHindi Diwas (14 September) and mark society’s 10th Anniversary this year. ILASA organized two major virtual events – The first event was International Kavi Sammelan on 4th September 2021, co-hosted by the Consulate General of India, Melbourne as a part […]

Adelaide Festival Centre presents, AHIMSA: Meditations on Gandhi

HER MAJESTY’S THEATRE, 58 GROTE ST  THURSDAY 28 OCTOBER  7:30PM Australia | India  Adelaide Premiere During times of social and political unrest, the great Mahatma Gandhi’s example of peaceful protest now seems more important and relevant than ever. Along with thousands of fellow Indians rallying against European rule, his great Salt March […]

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