Debutante duo impress with skill

Sisters Bhairavy Jayakumar and Vaishnavi Jayakumar present a joint arrangetram. N. SANTHANAM reports
Mapping Melbourne.Indian Link

Porous borders

Highlights from Multicultural Arts Victoria’s Mapping Melbourne Festival in December 2017. APARNA ANANTHUNI reports

Children are like flowers

HSWA’s Phulwari event was a show for the kids, of the kids and by the kids

Ode to women

The theme of this year’s Federation of Indian Music and Dance Victoria’s Independence Day concert was Prakriti, The Creatrix: Celebrating Women’s Empowerment. The concert included more than one first, with the most significant being the...

Arvind Kejriwal is ‘An Insignificant Man’

APARNA ANANTHUNI talks to film-makers Khushboo Ranka and Vinay Shukla who filmed the Indian politician over one extremely eventful year as he sought to disrupt Indian politics

Blessed beginning

Carnatic music group Shadja presents its first Sydney event. MALLI IYER reports

Vir Das is ready to get personal

Indian comic Vir Das brings the house down in his debut Australian appearance, writes VIRAT NEHRU

Showing his stripes

Melbourne actor Rohan Mirchandaney talks diversity and the value of new experiences, with KIRA SPUCYS-TAHAR

The Rolling Stone Sydney Review @ Seymour Centre

Begging the question ‘How can I believe in God when he doesn’t believe in me?’, Director Adam Cook’s interpretation of Chris Urch’s award-winning play presents a fascinating dissection of family, religion, politics and love in a Ugandan landscape eerily similar to our own. Manan Luthra reports.

Our story: A snapshot on stage of the Sydney Tamil community

HAMSA VENKAT on the Tamil stage production 'Namma Kathai'