MORO SPANISH FILM FESTIVAL
16 April – 8 May, Palace Cinemas
Get ready for a vibrant time at Palace Cinemas this April! Celebrating its 22nd edition, the Moro Spanish Film Festival will bring the best of Spanish and Latin American cinema to Australia. Opens 16 April with everybody’s favourite Fiesta for the premiere of the Goya award-winner Champions.
For your chance to win a double pass to a general session simply email [email protected] what film you are looking forward to watching.
9 – 13 April, Griffin Theatre Company
Sydney collective Black Birds bring their intimate, challenging and empowering show Exhale to Griffin Theatre Company for a short but powerful season this 9-13 April.
For the chance to win a free in-season double pass, send your name and contact details to [email protected] with the subject line ‘BELVOIR.’
Musica Viva presents ZOFO
Monday 13 and Saturday 25 May, City Recital Hall
Performing as part of Vivid Sydney 2019, ZOFO is an unforgettable multimedia concert experience, a dynamic four-handed piano performance set against an enthralling background of international artworks. The result is an aurally and visually stunning tour through a virtual art gallery.
Save 20% off all tickets with promo code ZOFO20 when booking online.
WRITING IN THE AGE OF THE TECHNOLOGICAL APOCALYPSE
6:30pm, 10 April, National Institute of Dramatic Art
With the rise of technology is creativity in crisis? Acclaimed playwright Michael Gow, Oscar-nominated screenwriter John Collee, award-winning playwright Alana Valentine and NIDA’s Head of Writing for Performance Dr Stephen Sewell will discuss arts in the age of Science Technology Engineering Mathematics (STEM), moderated by journalist, filmmaker, performer, director and producer Nell Schofield.
AKALA: NATIVE – RACE AND CLASS IN THE RUINS OF EMPIRE
4 May, Sydney Writers’ Festival, Carriageworks
In a Sydney Writers’ Festival (29 April—5 May) highlight event, BAFTA award-winning hip-hop artist Akala joins Michael Mohammed Ahmed to discuss his Sunday Times bestseller, Natives, a searing polemic that speaks directly to British denial and squeamishness in confronting issues of race and class.
Enter now using competition code ‘BELVOIR’ to win a double pass to the event.