Second Revealing Women Introductory Session

Wednesday 30 September 7pm at  Darwin Community Arts Studio,  Malak Shopping Centre
Shel O'Toole and CemeNTworx Community Theatre are seeking interest from women in their new collaborative project Revealing Women which is an exploration of intimacy and sexuality.

Hip Hop at DCA Community Dinner

Survival Tactics Caste

Live Hip Hop and Hip Hop cinema at DCA's Community Dinner this Monday Sep 28th!

Melbourne based Hip Hop artist, community worker and film maker, Morganics, will DJ a set of global Hip Hop featuring multilingual MCs, there will be live Bboys, beatboxers, MCs and a 20 minute sneak peek preview of Australia's first ever full length Hip Hop feature film, "Survival Tactics" by Morganics.

"Survival Tactics" unites the freshest Bboys, Bgirls, free runners, DJs, MCs, spoken word, graffiti and street artists in a powerful journey through the struggles of the modern metropolis.

Based on the critically acclaimed Hip Hop Theatre production which culminated in standing ovations at The Sydney Opera House,

Malak Marketplace, Saturdays, 5-9 PM

Malak Marketplace, every Saturday, 5-9 PM

TODAY, Saturday, 19 September


Malak Marketplace

Chambers Crescent Car Park, Malak

Farmers market, Food stalls, Arts & Crafts & Entertainment

Come along with the family and enjoy the twilight atmosphere!

CemeNTworx Community Theatre Needs You!

We are looking for an older actor to  play a  man in his eighties.
Commemorating  Remembrance Day 2015,  'Darwin Diggers'  written by Christine Collins, will be performed on 6 & 7 November at Chambers Crescent Theatre Malak.
Rehearsals  Mondays & Thursdays at DCA, Malak Shopping Centre 7pm. 

Revealing Women

Shel O’Toole and CemeNTworx  Community Theatre are seeking interest in their new collaborative project which they aim to present during next year’s Darwin Fringe Festival.  Revealing Women is an exploration of intimacy and sexuality from a woman’s perspective. 
Questions to be explored in the development of the show include:

Darwin Fridge Festival 2015 cancelled

We regret to announce that the Darwin Fridge Festival will not be held in 2015, due mainly to lack of funding and resources. We hope to have the Festival again in 2016. Many thanks to all participants and supporters of the Darwin Fridge Festival.

CemeNTworx Community Theatre Needs You!

Christine Collins is a teacher from Moil Primary School who has a special interest in history, particularly of the Northern Territory.  In 2014, Christine began researching World War 1 and the involvement of men from the Northern Territory.  She found that the streets of Moil were named after deceased soldiers and their families, as were the names of the Moil Primary School sports houses.  Further investigation revealed fascinating stories behind the names and Christine wrote about them into a soon-to-be released book, entitled ‘From Darwin to Dardanelles’. 

Hire Chambers Crescent Theatre

Chambers Crescent Theatre

Are you looking for a venue to hold your regular gatherings or for just one-off events? Is your band searching for a rehearsal space? Does your organisation need a room for external meetings?

Monday Jam nights in Malak

Based on extremely positive response from public, we are excited to run jam nights regularly in 2015. Calling all musicians, come and join us for a free jamming session every Monday evening in Malak. No matter whether you are an established or an emerging artist, bring your instrument and join like-minded musos. Bookings not required. Leave your details with us if you want to be informed regarding any updates.

CemeNTworx Community Theatre Needs You!

Calling actors to play the following roles in 'Darwin Diggers' to be staged  on 6 & 7 November,  commemorating Remembrance Day 2015.


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