It’s a bumper show this month as we dive into the summer festival season!
In the final episode of Your Arts Playground for 2021, we’ve chosen a few highlights from December before plunging into our top picks from Fringe World, Summer Nights and Perth Festival!
This is the last episode of Season 1 of Your Arts Playground but stay tuned for our bonus interviews with movers and shakers from the arts world… and we’ll be back with Season 2 before you know it, ETA mid 2022.
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Notes are listed in chronological order, as mentioned in the episode.
Carols by Candlelight with the GIovanni Consort @ St Andrew’s Subiaco, 10 December 2021
A Ceremony Carols: Britten & Gardiner @ St George’s Cathedral, 2 December 2021
‘Limen – At the Fence’ @ the State Library of WA until 31 January 2022
Fringe World 14 January – 13 February 2021
State of Play @ the State Theatre Centre of WA, 14-29 January 2022
- Impro Musical Bangtown, 20-25 January 2022
- The Dirty Mother by Michelle Hall, 27-29 January 2022
- Review of development of The Dirty Mother at Winter Nights (2019)
You Are, OFF-Base Dance 14-16 January 2022
HereNow22: Outside In, @ Spectrum Project Space, 2-11 February 2022
Down Rebound by Acrobatch (Simon Wood and Ben Kotovski Smith) @ The Gold Digger at Girls School, 21-27 January 2022
A Bee Story by Cluster Arts Pty Ltd @ Lotterywest De Parel Spiegeltent at The Pleasure Garden, 15-28 January 2022
Brat Kids Carnival by Briefs Factory, @ Lotterywest De Parel Spiegeltent at The Pleasure Garden, 15 January – 13 February
Perth Festival, 11 February – 6 March 2022
“Take a surf through Perth Festival”: Highlights of Perth Festival
I liked it but…, by Joel Bray, details TBA!
The Ninth Wave by The Farm in association with Co3 Contemporary Dance, @ City Beach Park, 1-5 March 2022
The Sunset Lounge by Tarryn Gill, Benjamin Baretto and Nemo Gandossini Poirier @ Alex Hotel, 18 February – 5 March 2022
Panawathi Girl by David Milroy, presented by Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company @ His Majesty’s Theatre, 8-13 February 2022
Katie Noonan with Strings @ Art Gallery of WA, 18-19 February 2022
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