The Shadow Whose Prey The Hunter Becomes

Battersea Arts Centre, London / Attenborough Centre, Brighton / Leeds Playhouse, Leeds

Weaving a narrative through human rights, sexual politics and the projected dominance of artificial intelligence, The Shadow Whose Prey The Hunter Becomes is a sly theatrical revelation inspired by mistakes, mis-readings, mis-leadings and misunderstanding.

Tracing the Art of a Stolen Generation: The Child Artists of Carrolup

The Portico Library, Manchester / Portico Library, Manchester & Online / The Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery Chapel, University of Glasgow

The Child Artists of Carrolup. Tracing the Hidden Artworks of a Stolen Generation. The John Curtin Gallery (JCG), guided by the Carrolup Elders Reference Group, retrace the 1950’s exhibition tour and reconnect the artworks with living descendants as part of their healing journey.

Phoenix

SCCI Architecture & Fashion Hubs at The Design Museum

The Design Museum, London

SCCI Hubs investigate Architecture and Fashion as forms of cultural expression via intimate, knowledge-sharing events – with a specific focus on connecting these topics to filmmaking, photography, visual arts, design and the written word.

Rewards for the Tribe

Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry

An ambitious collaborative dance work by Chunky Move and Restless Dance Theatre

Polar Force

Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival

Speak Percussion evokes the beauty and infinite complexity of Antarctica through an immersive and multi-sensorial performance work presented in an inflatable performance space.

Fresh Water – Salt Water

Huddersfield, UK / hcmf, Huddersfield, UK

Fresh Water Salt Water brings together two musicians practising the oldest musical tradition in the world, Yolngu Manikay, with adventurous, diverse musicians from Australia and the UK to create unforgettable new music.

Climate House by Keg de Souza

Inverleith House, Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh

Artist Keg de Souza will transform Inverleith House to inspire connections between artists, scientists, horticulturists, scholars, activists, policymakers and beyond.

Congress

Salisbury Cathedral, Salisbury

What would you say if you had the world’s undivided attention? Congress is a citizens’ assembly; a series of first speeches from voices often unheard; personal visions for our collective future.

Brixton Music Map

Border Crossings' ORIGINS Festival, Brixton

Indigenous Australian musician Jessie Lloyd works with the Brixton community to map their history through music.

Australian World Orchestra conducted by Maestro Zubin Mehta

Usher Hall, 75th Edinburgh International Festival / BBC Proms, Royal Albert Hall, London

Maestro Zubin Mehta will conduct Australia’s finest musicians from around the world, with special guest Australian opera star, Siobhan Stagg, for performances across the UK.

Yhonnie Scarce, Salote Tawale and Osman Yousefzada

Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

Arrivals also brings together the work of three artists: Yhonnie Scarce, Salote Tawale and Osman Yousefzada.

Decibel

Michael Tippett Centre, Bath Spa University / The Tung Auditorium, University of Liverpool / / Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival / The Performance Space, City University of London / Café Oto, London / Tunnel Shaft, Brunnel Museum, London

The Decibel new music ensemble will tour the UK to present concerts and workshops, as well as share and develop research.

High Performance Packing Tape

Cambridge Junction, Cambridge / Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts, Brighton

Is a life without danger worth living? An innovative, category-defying work by Branch Nebula.

Waterloo

Summerhall, Edinburgh Festival Fringe

A cutting-edge contemporary performance from Bron Batten.

Counting and Cracking

The Lyceum, 75th Edinburgh International Festival / Birmingham Rep, Birmingham, UK

An epic Australian-Sri Lankan story about love, refuge and reconciliation

UK/Australian Season at Birmingham 2022 Festival

Birmingham, UK

A UK / Australia Season 2021 – 2022 celebration at the Birmingham 2022 Festival.

The Pulse from Gravity & Other Myths

Edinburgh Playhouse, 75th Edinburgh International Festival

A jaw-dropping, edge of your seat, virtuoso production that must be seen to be believed.

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