The concert itself is fun. We go driving the audience into a trip and normally by the second half of the concert it is very upbeat and people have already danced a lot. They are very ancient rhythms and it is impossible not to connect with them.
The Point takes a writing tour
If you want to make positive changes to benefit future generations, you could use your talent and skills as a writer.
“Welcome to a new kind of tension’
An energy-fueled rock opera, American Idiot features little dialogue and instead relies on the lyrics from Green Day’s groundbreaking album to execute the story line.
GMS brings RENT to Laycock
How these young bohemians negotiate their dreams, loves and conflicts provides the narrative thread to this ground-breaking musical.
Still some chances left to see ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’
Sadly, the content of this play is just as relevant today as it was when penned by Harper Lee in the 1950s.
Red Tree hosting local productions of world-famous plays
Wyong Drama Group will be the next to occupy the Coast’s newest community performance space with a “fluid and sophisticated adaptation” of To Kill A Mockingbird
Networking event for local emerging artists
Six finalists were selected from 42 applications by artists aged 18 to 30 from across NSW.
John Hart listed as finalist in Dobell Drawing Prize
John said the inspiration for this work was influenced by images from his childhood, taking tours of mines donning the safety helmet and seeing how the mills and the process of mining worked.
The Point publisher to deliver second book in 2023
The Arts is the name of a new category for The Point ESG newsletter
New Sculpture on Central Coast promotes marine conservation
Harry Mulholland speaks with the two award-winning artists whose latest sculpture is now in place at the Central Coast Marine Discovery Centre in Terrigal – they want it to promote their goal of building awareness of the importance of marine conservation in Australia. The sculpture, which is called Pacifica Australis, […]