HUSH by Ciella Williams postponed

We’re sad to announce that due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, Brown’s Mart and New Ghosts Theatre Company’s new work Hush, by Darwin playwright Ciella Williams has been postponed from what would have been an October 2021 season at Brown’s Mart Theatre. Hush tells the story of Nina, a young woman whose waters have broken…

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We’re the new home of SPUN

Our Friends at StoryProjects have something to say… After seven years, 20 events and more than 130 stories, Darwin’s much-loved, home grown storytelling show, SPUN, is moving to Brown’s Mart. Founded in 2014 by Darwin-based StoryProjects, the first SPUN event, at Eva’s Café, sold out in 15 minutes. “People just love local stories. They can’t…

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First Nations Writing Program

The Annual First Nations Writing Program is on again from Sept 6-10, and applications are now open until August 30th. What is the program? This week-long program is for up to 6 First Nation writers from the NT to work on the development of their ideas. It will be held digitally and will be led…

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FRESH INK

Get ready for the next generation of NT Playwriting. ATYP and Brown’s Mart partner each year to deliver the Fresh Ink National Mentoring Program for emerging writers in the Northern Territory.

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All Aboard to New Babylon!

A solitary ship carrying the last hope of humanity – this show packs an hilarious post apocalyptic punch and more than a few wake-up calls.

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Party like it’s 1999… again

a smiling woman on a beach with the words Build Up 2021

Ciella Williams, Sarah Reuben, and Kyle Walmsley will begin their first stage creative development as part of BUILD UP next month at Brown’s Mart. This new site-specific, interactive work will bring 1999 New Year’s Eve in Darwin back to life. Ciella spoke to us about audience participation, the development process, and where shows come from.…

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Hymns for the Witching Hour

One of the biggest inspirations for the project was me coming to terms with parts of my very Christian upbringing and the prayers I said before I went to bed…

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