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The Adelphi Theatre Calendar

A Record of Dramatic Performances at the leading Victorian theatre, it is a project of The London Stage 1800-1900: A Documentary Record and Calendar of Performances in London founded in 1973 by Joseph Donohue (University of Massachusetts Amherst) and James Ellis (Mount Holyoke College). The aim was to organize and collect information about the variety of theatrical and theatre-related activities occurring in London over the course of the century.

It may be accessed at https://www.umass.edu/AdelphiTheatreCalendar/#faey

Aerodrome

http://aerodrome.co.za/about-us/: Aerodrome is a website that publishes interviews, reviews, extracts and original creative writing, with a strong emphasis on literary fiction, memoir and current affairs from South Africa, the UK and the Commonwealth. Among them interviews with playwrights, etc.

The African Film Database

http://africa-archive.com/: This is a digital catalog of films from and about the continent of Africa. It is an ongoing collaborative project which is updated on an ongoing basis, and its aim is help researchers by consolidating as much information as possible on individual films. The database is searchable by country, year, director and theme.

The Arterial Network Bulletin

http://www.arterialnetwork.org:: The Arterial Network Bulletin is a newsletter published by the Arterial Network secretariat and sent to subscribers free of charge, providing information on various aspects of arts and cultural activities in Africa.

(See the entry on the Arterial Network)


The Artslink.co.za website and newsletter

http://www.artslink.co.za/: A website which distributes SA arts, culture and entertainment news.

(See the entry on Artslink.co.za)

The artSMart website and newsletter

http://news.artsmart.co.za/ A website which distributes arts, culture and entertainment news about KwaZulu Natal. (See the entry on artSMart)

ArtsVark arts portal

https://www.artsvark.co.za/: ArtsVark is an online arts portal dedicated to supporting the South African arts scene with news on theatre, dance, music, fine art and more. (See entry on ArtsVark)

AusStage online resource

https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/learn/about/: AusStage collects and shares information about Australian live performance as an ongoing, open-access and collaborative endeavor. Intended as an accessible online resource for researching live performance in Australia, it was developed by a consortium of universities, government agencies, industry organisations and collecting institutions, with funding from the Australian Research Council and other sources.

AusStage contains a great deal of information about South African born performers and theatre makers, as well as South African plays.

The Australian Variety Theatre Archive website

http://ozvta.com/ An online archive on Popular Culture Entertainment in Australia: 1850-1930. Extremely useful for information on Australian touring companies, performers and texts in the given period.

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