Bre & Back… goes to the heart of one of the most significant relationships we have in our lifetime – that with our mother. Told from the perspective of four Aboriginal women, Grace and Jenny Shillingsworth, and Lily and Noeleen
In one of the most multicultural cities in the world, One Day For Peace… takes us on a journey across the suburbs of Western Sydney to ask: what do you believe? This multi-faith, observational documentary combines everyday ritual with reflections on
Panel discussion hosted by Geraldine Doogue.
Urban Theatre Projects have invited a range of speakers across academia, media and politics including Professor James Arvanitakis, Head of The Academy at the University of Western Sydney.
The panelists will respond to a quote, inspired by the One Day For…
When coming along to a full screening of One Day For Peace…, why not make a night of it by tasting the local food? We’ve pulled together our dinner recommendations for six of our screening locations, and thrown in a few ideas for
We are looking for confident, enthusiastic people to assist with the presentation of this work. This is a paid opportunity.
Presented by Urban Theatre Projects and Riverside Theatres
Think Jimmy Fallon, The Variety Hour and The Footy Show all rolled into one and you have the beginnings of Talk Show…, hosted by 80-year-old June Hickey and her side
Building on the success of our 2014 _SPACE Residency program, UTP is offering three residencies in 2015. This program is for artists working across disciplines that are living and/or working in western Sydney.
The _SPACE Residency offers access to our…
For a third year we are commissioning and producing B-Side – short radio plays written and performed by Aboriginal artists.
Part 1: …Over the course of a week, four Aboriginal artists at various stages in their career will independently write
An epic story told in 3 chapters
HOME… takes its inspiration from the great Arabic and Indian storytelling traditions, where charismatic raconteurs would hold court night after night to tell well known stories for the village. Families would come to