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Get Down On It: Peter Andre announces Australian tour




Singer Peter Andre has announced an Australian tour that will see him play a show at the Crown Theatre in November. Since first release Drive Me Crazy was released in 1992 Andre has gone on to sell over 20 million records around the globe. He scored his breakthrough hit with Gimme a Little Sign, a cover […]

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Writer Liz Newell explores grief, family and brown bread in Toast

Writer Liz Newell explores grief, family and brown bread in Toast




Currently on stage at The Blue Room Theatre, Toast is a story that tackles the harsh realities and home truths we all face sooner or later in each of our own lives. Starring Anna Lindstedt, Samantha Maclean, Amy Mathews and Alison van Reeken, the play takes audiences into the lives of three very different daughters and how […]

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Queer coming out tale First Girl I Loved premieres Wednesday

Queer coming out tale First Girl I Loved premieres Wednesday




After being celebrated at Sundance International Film Festival with a NEXT Audience Award, teen coming out drama First Girl I Loved is premiering for Perth audiences tomorrow night. The feature from director Kerem Sanga stars Dylan Gelula (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’s Xanthippe) as a teenage misfit who would rather hang with her best pal Cliff than try […]

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Bibliophile | Telepath Kreyna Katz returns to fight crime in Milgrane




Milgrane: Embracing the Sapphire by Y.L. Wigman Bella Books In her first novel Filigrane, Perth author Yvonne Wigman’s interests in the paranormal and her penchant for creating lesbian characters who help save the world brought us Kreyna Katz. Kreyna was using her telepathic skills as a remote viewer to detect criminals as well as trying […]

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Review | Björn Again and Village People brought the classics to Crown

Review | Björn Again and Village People brought the classics to Crown




Björn Again and Village People | Crown Theatre | May 21 | ★ ★ ★ ★  Zaccaria Concerts brought the Village People and special guests Björn Again to the Crown Theatre last night; a fun-filled evening with their hits from the 70’s and 80’s, some you remember well, and some you didn’t know you knew all […]

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Alan Cumming explains his love of sappy songs




Alan Cumming is heading to Perth to sing some sappy songs, and while he’s in town he’s got a mission to complete. The label ‘multi-talented’ is one that fits Alan Cumming well. He’s an acclaimed actor, appearing in films and television shows, ranging from Bond films to TV’s The Good Wife. He’s a musical theatre […]

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Review | Interrupting A Crisis is a musical journey through the human psyche




Interrupting A Crisis | The Blue Room Theatre | Until June 3 | ★ ★ ★ ★ ★  The true story of a woman on the verge of a nervous breakdown who found a way to deal. Directed by Finn O’Branagáin, Interrupting a Crisis is an in-depth look into a young woman’s journey with anxiety. What […]

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‘Just Wanna Dance with Somebody’ Bebe Rexha name checks Whitney

‘Just Wanna Dance with Somebody’ Bebe Rexha name checks Whitney




Bebe Rexha name checks Whitney Houston on her new tune The Way I Am (Dance with Somebody), while collaborator Lil’ Wayne mentions Bobby Brown. The tune references Whitney Houston’s mega-selling 1987 track I Just Wanna Dance With Sombody (Who Loves Me). Houston died in 2012, drowning in a bathtub while intoxicated. She was married to R&B […]

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Petula Clark shares tales from decades of performing




Petula Clark | Perth Concert Hall | Wednesday 17 May | ★ ★ ★ Petula Clark took the stage in Perth this week for an afternoon concert. While the rest of her Australian tour is billed as ‘An Evening With Petula Clark’, Perth audiences were offered an afternoon delight. The odd timing of the show probably […]

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Aldous Harding: A different kind of party

Aldous Harding: A different kind of party




Aldous Harding’s self titled debut album was a music critics favourite. A collection of haunting and tragic folk songs that told epic tales. Now the Kiwi singer is ready to release her second album, the surprisingly titled Party. For her sophomore record Hannah Harding, who performs under the moniker Aldous, headed to Bristol to work […]

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