British writer Chris Urch’s award-winning play: The Rolling Stone zeroes in on the city of Kampala, Uganda and brings to audiences internationally, a story of family, religion, culture, sexuality; and the raptures that occur when they violently clash. Outhouse Theatre (Dry Land) will be bringing this work to life in its Australian premiere this July at Seymour Centre. We had a chat with Zufi Emerson and Damon Manns about their experiences working with the play and their hopes for this production- tune in for some gems!
Diversity in Australian Media will be presenting: Diversity in Practice, a panel discussion programmed as part of this year’s Vivid Sydney Festival, with an aim of examining how change can occur within organisations and age-old institutions. We had a chat with one of the panellists- video journalist Bakri Mahmoud about all things media, accessibility and criticism.