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Christians outraged at LEGO Batman vs Superman movie

Christians outraged at LEGO Batman vs Superman movie




The editor of Lifesite News, a popular Christian news service, has expressed his outrage about the relationship between Batman and Robin in the new Lego Batman Vs Superman movie. John-Henry Westen says the new film is chock-full of gay propoganda and he warns his Christian readership to be wary of the new film. “It seemed […]

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Sexshooters let us into the bedroom ahead of their Perth show

Sexshooters let us into the bedroom ahead of their Perth show




  London-based DJ duo David Hart and Claudio Girardi, better known as Sexshooters, are bringing their sensual sounds to Connections Nightclub this March.Known for their thrumming carnal beats, the pair are returning to Perth for a very special night at Connections Nightclub and the dancefloor is sure to get heated. David and Claudio tell OUTinPerth […]

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Titus channels Beyoncé in new Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

Titus channels Beyoncé in new Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt




Jacqueline, Lillian, Titus and Kimmy are back later this year as the third season of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt prepares to return to Netflix this May. The second TV brainchild of Tina Fey and Robert Carlock follows the life of the until-recently kidnapped Kimmy (Ellie Kemper) and her new New York friends – ultimate trophy wife Jacqueline (Jane […]

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February Films: Spotlight on the marginalised

February Films: Spotlight on the marginalised




Our past lives within us. Our life experiences not only form our identities but inform us which identity is best to present to others. The shadows left by society’s construction and labelling of difference as deviance are still with us, and three films this month tell personal stories of those marginalised by what Michael Foucault […]

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Fringe World 2017: Our top shows from this year’s festival

Fringe World 2017: Our top shows from this year’s festival




Fringe World will start packing up the spiegeltents for 2017 as the festival draws to a close this evening with its final round of shows. Bigger and better than ever, Fringe World brought artists from all across the world to dazzle us with their incredible talents and out-of-the-box concepts that make the festival so wonderful. […]

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Perth International Arts Festival: Explosions in the Quay

Perth International Arts Festival: Explosions in the Quay




Explosions in the Sky | Chevron Festival Gardens | ★ ★ ★ ★ Perth fans of Explosions in the Sky were treated to an evening of emotionally-charged and orchestral post-rock with the Texan outfit returning for the first time in a decade to play at the Chevron Festival Gardens as part of this year’s Perth […]

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Kishi Bashi lights up Chevron Festival Gardens

Kishi Bashi lights up Chevron Festival Gardens




Kishi Bashi | Chevron Festival Gardens | ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ With an electronic violin and banjo next to a set of drums and keyboard, Kishi Bashi was by far one of the ultimate live music experiences of my life and precisely my expectation for what all art should be working towards achieving: Giving. Perth International […]

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Review | Matthew Mitcham: Under The Covers

Review | Matthew Mitcham: Under The Covers




  Matthew Mitcham: Under The Covers | Perth Town Hall Until Feb 19 | ★ ★ ★ ★ Under the Covers is Matthew’s second cabaret show following on from Twists and Turns. This new work premiered in Perth this week during the Fringe World Festival 2017. Matthew Mitcham erupted onto the cabaret scene in 2014 […]

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Review | A O Lang Pho

Review | A O Lang Pho




A O Lang Pho | Regal Theatre | Until Feb 25 | ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ It would be easy to throw out the usual suspects in reviewing the enchanting seventy minutes that I spent entirely captivated by contemporary Vietnamese circus, spectacular, spellbinding, a tour de force. Easy, but also lazy, while they do deserve every […]

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David Helfgott set to return for rare performance




‘Shine’ along with the star himself as David Helfgott returns to Mundaring Weir Hotel to celebrate his 70th birthday In celebration of David Helfgott’s 70th birthday, Helfgott will return to one of his favourite places to perform; the iconic Mundaring Weir Hotel on Saturday 18 March. Helfgott played his final concert at the Mundaring Weir […]

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