Founded in 2009, Poth Productions, or “PP” as it is fondly referred to by its audiences, is Sydney’s
leading non-profit creative cultural organisation blending Bangladeshi, South Asian and Western artistic
influences to deliver original musical, theatrical and visually engaging stage shows at community events.
PP are trailblazers of cultural fusion, passionately portraying moving, bold and contemporary
topics or familiar themes that are close to our hearts, from a distinctly unique perspective. Its creative
team draws on a diverse, multicultural taste in music, dance, and art design. Its artisans craft exquisite
props and lavish sets. Its technicians innovatively integrate striking and vivid audio visuals using cutting-
edge technology. Its storytellers experiment with original narrative structures for maximum engagement
with audiences. Its dynamic performers deliver on stage with conviction, zeal, power and panache. The
result is a spectacular and unparalleled experience for viewers
PP is the Official Cultural Partner for the largest annual Bengali Boishaki Mela (carnival) held at
Sydney Olympic Park and sponsored by the Bangabandhu Council of Australia. This iconic event is
attended by more than 15,000 visitors each year. PP’s performance team has also participated in
Parramasala 2015. As a structured organisation with skilled strategy and executive teams, PP has
independently organised an extravagant concert and musical evening featuring prominent and popular
musicians from Bangladesh. The success of this event in 2013 has inspired PP’s organising committee to
take its unique value proposition to entertain to a broader subcontinental demographic.
As part of its commitment to promote popular fusion music and multiculturalism within the
community, PP is proud to present popular Bollywood music director “Pritam Live in Concert ~ Sydney”
on March 12, 2016 at the Whitlam Leisure Centre, Liverpool. Additionally, PP has been exploring motion
picture as a viable medium for its future offerings. It is currently involved in the production of a Bengali
telefilm due to be released in mid 2016.
PP invites you to come aboard or follow in its pioneering journey, as it paves creative paths and
builds cultural bridges.