The second episode of Your Arts Playground – Seesaw’s new monthly podcast – is here, with dance in the mosh pit, a chance to see inside artists’ studios, great music collaborations, theatre that tackles tricky topics with a light touch… and more!
This month Nina Levy is joined by guest host Claire Coleman, filling in while Rosalind Appleby is on annual leave.
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August show notes
Star Navigator by West Australian Opera, 13 August – Sadly this event has been cancelled since we recorded, due to the suspension of the travel bubble between New Zealand and Australia. Read more here.
Breaksea @ the Rechabite, by Breaksea, at The Rechabite, 7 August.
Margaret River Open Studios, 11-26 September.
“The Archaeology of Loss” by Stanislava Pinchuk at Fremantle Arts Centre until 7 September.
“Beating Heart” by Jacobus Capone at Fremantle Arts Centre, until 7 September.
CinefestOz Film Festival Western Australia, various venues in Busselton, Augusta, Margaret River and Bunbury, 25-29 August.
Oops! We made a boo-boo with our coverage of CinefestOz – Rams was actually the opening film for the 2020 Festival. There’s a whole swathe of exciting new films in this year’s Festival, however, so do check it out!
Top Dog Film Festival, State Theatre Centre of WA, 20 August.
Every Brilliant Thing, by Black Swan State Theatre Company, State Theatre Centre of WA, 25 August – 17 September, and touring Karratha, Dampier, Wickham, Port Hedland, Mandurah, Narrogin, Harvey, various venues in Vic and NSW; Kalgoorlie, Esperance, Albany, August – November.
Savage Grace, Steamworks Arts, State Theatre Centre of WA, 11-15 August.
Claire’s sneaky September choir call outs
Pub Choir, Astor Theatre, 7 September.
The Big Sing Messiah, UWA Choral Society, UWA, 11 September.
Plus if you’re interested in finding out more about Claire’s new choir Hengequeens, you can follow Hengequeens on Instagram.
Seesaw Managing Editor Nina Levy is a member of Hengequeens.
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