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 has more than fifteen years of experience in arts and entertainment publicity, having worked both inhouse and in agencies. Over this time she has managed both publicity and promotional campaigns for a broad range of arts and entertainment organisations, cultural events and films. Prior to establishing Kabuku PR, Belinda held positions as inhouse publicist for Icon Film Distribution, and then 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

Melissa Luckman-Cowan – Publicist

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.

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One more day until previews start for @belvoirst’s second show back on stage! Chookas to the cast and creative team of CURSED!, a work from writer Kodie Bedford and directed by Jason Klarwein.

CURSED! is a hilarious play about family and the ties that bind them, as Bernadette returns home to her ‘mixed-up family’ in Geraldton, WA.

See it at the theatre from 24 October - 29 November 🌟

This week previews are starting for Hotel Bella Luna, an interactive sci-fi comedy where the audience play newly arrived guests. The show is reactive to audience decisions, and has plenty of secrets to discover, with no two experiences the same.

Catch it at Flight Path Theatre in Marrickville from October 22 - November 7 🌟

📸: Adrien Stark in Hotel Bella Luna, by James Mantle

This week @griffintheatre return to live performance with Superheroes by Mark Rogers, directed by Shari Sebbens and presented at @seymoursydney.

Winner of the 2019 Griffin Award and the 2019 Patrick White Award, Superheroes runs until 24 October. Chookas to the Griffin team!

📸: Prudence Upton

Chookas to @belvoirst - tonight is the first night back on stage for previews for A Room of One’s Own, their first public performance in six months!

Directed by Carissa Licciardello and adapted by Carissa Licciardello and Tom Wright from the classic essay by Virginia Woolf, the season runs from 10 September - 18 October.

📷: Anita Hegh, photo by Brett Boardman

Just announced: the full program for Sydney’s leading festival for cult and underground film, @sufffilmfest - Sydney Underground Film Festival!

Back for its 14th year, SUFF will run from Thursday 10 September – Sunday 20 September. This year the Festival will take place entirely online, offering a new opportunity for audiences all over the country to experience the glory of some of the world’s most experimental, subversive and unhinged cinema, right from their own living rooms.

The Festival goes live online on 10 September, with films available to watch on-demand for the duration of the ten-day event. See the full program at 🌟

📷: NIMIC by Yorgos Lanthimos, starring Matt Dillon

Tonight’s the night! Melbourne’s longest running quartet @flindersquartet will premier the stunning new work Hidden Thoughts II: Return to Sender. Streamed live at 7pm direct from @melbournedigitalconcerthall.

The musical response by Melbourne composer Katy Abbott to the many letters sent to asylum seekers on Nauru, which were returned unopened includes spoken word, song and visual elements.

Joining the quartet is three-time Green Room Award winner, and 2018 Helpmann Award nominee, mezzo-soprano Dimity Shepherd, with actor and performer Richard Piper (Come From Away) narrating the concert. Tickets available from the link in @flindersquartet’s bio.

The newest instalment of @bangarradancetheatre’s online program 'Nandhu' is now available, focusing on Stephen Page's 2016 production 'Nyapanyapa', a work inspired by the beautifully textured paintings of Yirrkala artist Nyapanyapa Yunipingu and the stories of Yolngu Country.

‘Nandhu' means ‘to be close’ in Wiradjuri - Bangarra’s way of staying connected even when theatres are shuttered.

📷: Vishal Pandey. Link available in Bangarra’s Insta bio.

This Saturday we’ll be tuning into PLATFORM Live, a one-day online festival of performance, video, art and discussions by artists with disability from across Australia. Presented by @easternriverinaarts, it’s streaming live (and for free!) from 2PM on 📷: artist and co-curator Hanna Cormick by Shelly Higgs ...