Kabuku verb /KA•BU•KU/

a Japanese verb meaning to lean forward or to be ‘out of the ordinary’

Kabuku PR is a leading agency specialising in strategic publicity campaigns for the arts, entertainment and cultural sectors.

Established in 2010, we work with a broad range of clients and partner with some of the world’s largest entertainment companies and international artists, government organisations and independent arts and cultural organisations.

Our vision is to lead the way in creating meaningful connections with audiences. We are champions of the arts and creativity in Australia, helping audiences find new experiences while providing artists a platform for expression.

At Kabuku PR we provide a personal, hands-on approach to client service and act as an extension of our client’s brand and organisation.

Originally established in 2010 by Belinda Dyer and Lisa Bills, Kabuku PR comprises a team of skilled Arts Publicists led by Belinda Dyer.

Belinda is a Publicist with more than seventeen years’ experience in arts and entertainment publicity. Over this time she has managed both publicity and promotional campaigns, and acted as Head of Publicity for a broad range of major arts and entertainment organisations, cultural events and film releases. Prior to establishing Kabuku PR, Belinda held positions as in-house publicist for Icon Film Distribution, and Roadshow Home Entertainment. Belinda has a BA (Communications) and a Grad. Dip. of Arts Management from the Australian Institute of Music.

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Isabella Feros – Senior Publicist

Amy Chilcott – Senior Publicist

Aisha Herbert – Publicity Coordinator

Chloe Malmoux-Setz – Publicity Coordinator

The Kabuku PR Fringe program is an initiative launched with the aim of supporting the future of the arts and entertainment in Australia, and to champion the work of fringe and emerging artists in the early stages of their careers.

The Kabuku Fringe program provides both publicity training and professional publicity services at reduced costs for those emerging and fringe artists who are looking to develop relationships within the industry and to build an audience for their work.

To enquire about Kabuku Fringe and the available packages, please contact:


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    "The actors share great chemistry and the joy and momentum of the theatrical spectacle is stripped bare to its primal beating heart – with some bells and whistles thrown in that wouldn’t be out of place in a campy burlesque act. And if nothing else, you’ll never look at a slice of watermelon the same way again."
    - @timeoutsydney on 'saucy and slippery subversion of the classic radio play' 44 Sex Acts in One Week, at @seymoursydney until 16 January 🌟

    📸: Brett Boardman

    “★★★★ 1/2: Passionately alive in music and movement, Mararo Wangai's magical realist tale speaks to the complex experiences of belonging and identity” - @audreyjournal
    Performers Mararo Wangai and Mahamudo Selimane are not to be missed in Black Brass at @belvoirst, playing until 23 Jan.

    📸: Richmond Kobla Dido

    Today we proudly announce the appointment of Kokatha woman, Frances Rings as @bangarradancetheatre’s incoming Artistic Director. Rings will take on the role as Stephen Page announces that he will step down as Artistic Director in early 2023, after an incredible 32-year tenure.

    📸: Daniel Boud

    “★ ★ ★ ★ Every moment is a pleasure... It’s crafted with clever precision to be gloriously stupid. What an absolute treat" - @guardianaustralia on the outrageously flamboyant The Boomkak Panto. Be sure to catch it at @belvoirst until 23 December 🌟 ...

    ★★★★ - “A case for uncertainty in a world white-knuckled on convictions, Wherever She Wanders demands discomfort and discussion.” - @limelightartsau on @griffintheatre’s Wherever She Wanders. On now at SBW Stables Theatre until December 11.

    📸: Brett Boardman

    @artspacesydney has announced 경로를 재탐색합니다 UN/LEARNING AUSTRALIA, a large-scale project co-curated with the @seoulmuseumofart (SeMA), to be held at SeMA from December 14, 2021 to March 6, 2022. The project surveys Australian contemporary art through an exhibition across two levels of SeMA, new online commissions, and a print publication.

    Commemorating the 60th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Australia and South Korea, 경로를 재탐색합니다 UN/LEARNING AUSTRALIA amplifies artistic practice representing contemporary issues vital to Australia and invites audiences to examine privilege, dominance, and power from several perspectives. The project unpacks the complexity of national histories and the present moment to reveal self-presentations, multiple knowledges and forms of resistance that challenge the standard representations of Australia.

    In a first-time co-production, two powerhouse arts companies, @bangarradancetheatre and @sydneytheatreco , will join forces to present the world premiere of Wudjang: Not the Past, an epic-scale contemporary corroboree, and Bangarra’s largest stage production to date. Wudjang: Not the Past will premiere at @sydney_festival 2022 from 14 January to 12 February.

    Tickets are on sale Tuesday 26th October. Sign up to the waitlist via Bangarra website.

    📸 Dan Boud