Getting to Home Country

Colo Lane Car Park in Blacktown is on Colo Lane, bordered by Newton Street (best way to come if you’re driving) and Kelso Lane. The Box Office will be located on the corner of Colo Lane and Newton Street –…

Home Country in the press

The Sydney Morning Herald… – “From the rooftop you can see the mess of city life: other multi-level car parks, apartment blocks with satellite dishes, land dug up by developers… To the west, you can see the Blue Mountains. To

Summer Streets

Soak up the Festival atmosphere in Blacktown with live music and art installations as you make your way from Blacktown Station to HOME COUNTRY …at Colo Lane Car Park. Enjoy the warm summer nights at Blacktown Arts Centre’s pop-up bar


Home County

Presented by Urban Theatre Projects, Blacktown Arts Centre and Sydney Festival
11–22 January 2017, 6:30PM–10PM
Staged in a multi-level car park in Blacktown, HOME COUNTRY …is a theatrical triptych that explores place, identity, and what it means to be home.


Coffee, Tea & 25 Cigarettes

Coffee, Tea & 25 Cigarettes is an informal evening about Arab Australian contemporary theatre over the last 25 years.
Artists who have been making Arab-centred performances in Australia – in English and/or Arabic – will share visuals and personal stories…



About the film
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? Produced by Urban Theatre Projects, this