In Colour

Independent arts and culture publication dedicated to showcasing Australian Artists of Colour and their work.


REVIEW: Counting and Cracking

Counting and Cracking is only at Adelaide Festival for a few more days! Make sure to get around S. Shakthidharan’s EPIC play. Here’s a peep of the experience from its Sydney Festival season in Sydney Town Hall.

FOLK Magazine’s Top 5 picks of Sydney Festival

With so much the incredible choice, it’s easy to become frozen at the checkout as you stare at your wish list . So, we’re here to share our favourite picks.

Sydney Festival: Article 14.1

Phuong Ngo’s 10-day durational performance, Article 14.1, referring to the Universal Human Right to seek asylum, invites viewers to engage with the stories of Vietnamese refugees. Taking residence in the Museum of Contemporary Art as part of Sydney Festival, this tactile experience is not one to miss.

ON Since Ali Died with Omar Musa

Award nominated Since Ali Died returns to Sydney stages as part of Sydney Festival— Make sure to catch it at Griffin Theatre and Riverside Theatre this January

REVIEW: OKENYO LIVE w/ Price J & Rebecca Hatch

Amongst the wealth of new music we’ve been gifted with over the past months– OKENYO made a mark with her commendable debut EP WAVE.
And what better way to celebrate it than with a tour? Relive the memories as Gillian and Gianna transport us back!

ON: The Girl The Woman with Nisrine Amine and Aanisa Vylet

Twelve years in the making, wild and funny until it’s not, The Girl / The Woman, is an exhilarating two-woman collision of body and mind, desire and tradition, language and visionary theatricality. Join the conversation with performers Nisrine Amine and Aanisa Vylet.

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