This is a joy. It is a vast-hearted, gleeful riot of story, music, dance, wonderment and cake. It is a cosy transport from soulless metropolis to vibrant cosmopolis. It is an immersion into the twinned arts of memory and narration. It is a close encounter with profoundly mythical characters, survivors from another world, at once real and familiar to the present, but also fantastical, impossible in their courage.
Cafe Scheherazade and Arnold Zable featured in The Age: (melbourne) magazine Box Office, Friday 25 Feb
Café Scheherazade featured in The Age: Epicure on 22 February.
The Antipodes Festival held a vibrant and full-to-capacity launch of Australian Cypriot writer Andrea Demetriou's poetry collection The Mountains Couldn't Walk Away in the fortyfivedownstairs theatre last night. The book was launched by Tim Colebatch (Economics Editor, The Age), Christos…