Cultural Precinct

Theatre Program - LUMINOUSnight

Further Information

  • UWA Centenary
 

Enquiries

For all LUMINOUSnight enquiries, please contact the Program Coordinator, Ian Lilburne:

LUMINOUSnight is a one night spectacular of light and art and The University of Western Australia’s 100th birthday gift to the people of Western Australia.

From 7pm until midnight on Friday 8 February 2013, it will be transformed into a walk-through gallery and performance space, hosting a continous program of performances, displays and installations - a delight of light, art and history.

The LUMINOUSnight Theatre program combines traditional theatre on a stage with travelling street theatre performances.

 

 

The Man from Mukinupin

Aarne Neeme performs two extracts from the UWA Graduate Dramatic Society (GRADS) revival production of Dorothy Hewett's 'The Man From Mukinupin'.

When: 8pm and 9pm

Where: The New Fortune Theatre

Duration: 20 minutes each extract

For more information, visit the GRADS performance webpage.

 

Skit and Sketches

A dynamic rendition of songs, dramatic excerpts and comedic sketches of original works from the minds of talented students of the UWA Dramatic Society.

When: 8:30pm and 9:30pm

Where: The New Fortune Theatre

Duration: 30 minutes

Visit the Skit and Sketches webpage for more information.

 

Fire Juggling

Too hot to handle, these performers juggle fire. Thereafter, they join other roving performers throughout campus.

When: 8:40pm

Where: Club Amphitheatre

Duration: 20 minutes

Visit the Fire Juggling performance webpage for more information.

 

BIRD Puppets and FIRE Spectacular

SWERVE, a collective of Western Australian artists, perform with a series of giant bird puppets - a swan, two cheeky crows, a duck and her ducklings, and a flock of sulphur-crested cockatoos - parading down to James Oval for a theatrical fire finale to LUMINOUSnight.

When: 10pm (FIRE Finale)

Where: Follow the birds to James Oval (FIRE Finale)

Duration: 30 minutes

For more information, visit the street theatre performance webpage.