Program 06-22 Arts Friday on Eastside Radio: 220422

New Lines of conversation and inquiry is the theme for this year’s Addi Road Writers Festival. Founder, and Co-director Mark Mordue, provides us with an insider perspective to the program. We preview the upcoming Broadway musical of An American in Paris with Melbourne performance artist Mark Ward, who performs Henri Baurel. We celebrate the great Bard, Shakespeare on his 457th birthday, using a very different spotlight on the visual arts, with Gregory Brett’s BardCode Project.

Produced and presented by Angela Stretch.

Arts Friday acknowledge the custodians of the Gadigal lands from which the program has been produced and broadcasts from at Eastside Radio.


Ben Marc :: Sometimes Slow Glass EffectLondon, UK
Flora Purim :: Open Your Eyes You Can Fly Open Your Eyes You Can FlyRio De Janeiro, Brazil
Byard Lancaster :: Dahomey Dance Soul UnityKosmos Jazz, Paris France
Asha Puthi :: Space Talk The Essential Asha PuthiMr Bongo, UK
Daniel Maunick :: A Second Chance PersistenceLondon, UK
Funder and Co-Artistic Director, The Addi Road Writers Festival :: Interview: Mark Mordue Saturday, 14 May 2022Addison Road Writers Festival,
Charles Webster :: The Spell (Mark E Remix) Decision Time Remix EPMisorecords, London UK
The Smile :: The Smile The
Jasmine Myra :: New Beginnings SingleLeeds, UK
An American in Paris :: Interview: Mark Ward from end-of April
Benito DiFonzo :: Suburban Bukowskis Performing at the Townie, Newtown Saturday, 22 and Thursday 28 April at the Hollywood Hotel@suburbanbukowski
The Bardcode Project exlplained: :: Sweet Forme by Gregory Betts, published by Apthecararchive to BardCode by Matthew Ellis, can also be viewed and listened to HERE: https://apothecarya
7pm Wednesday 27 April 2022 :: Will Do! Celebrate Shakespeare with all who share a passion for his work, his mind and his talent The Shakespeare