Robyn recently took part in the Cultural Leadership Dialogue hosted by the University of Melbourne. She moderated the opening strategic session which included the Ministers for the Arts from WA, Queensland and the ACT, as well as the CEO of the British Council in Australia and Fergus Linehan, recently returned to live in Australia after directing eight Edinburgh Festivals. The dialogue was part of the Australia/UK season.
Robyn is currently gearing up for an energetic next twelve months.
She will be a guest speaker at the Wheeler Centre’s Spring Fling at the Capitol in Melbourne on November 10th 8-9.30pm.
Sydney Town Hall, Feb 18, 2-6pm, Robyn will perform at the Coming Back Out Again Salon for Sydney World Pride 2023 –not that she was ever back in – but happy to join the celebration of and for LBQTI elders, produced by Tristan Meecham and All the Queen’s Men.
Her most recent new show Robyn Archer: an Australian Songbook was hugely successful at its premiere for Queensland Theatre in Brisbane and will tour in 2023. Belvoir Street has already announced a two-week season in October 2023 and watch out for confirmation of the show in Tasmania, Melbourne, Adelaide and Canberra – all in 2023.
Robyn’s back catalogue continues to be digitally re-released on the Rouseabout Records (Undercover Music) label and can be found on various digital platforms.