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Bibliophile | 101 Things to Take the Stress Out of Christmas

101 Things to Take the Stress Out of Christmas by Robin Snow Allen & Unwin With Christmas paraphernalia in shops months before December even starts, it is not long before we’re shuffling times around to book in time to see all the relatives over the festive season. Planning food and shopping for presents begins weeks […]

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New Fringe pop-up venue to be named after Ivan King

Local theatre identity Ivan King will be celebrated with a new Fringe World pop up venue named in his honour. The iconic His Majesty’s Theatre will host a brand new pop-up performance space next February, created especially for the 2018 Fringe World Festival. King’s Lair will be named in honour of Ivan King OAM, well […]

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Amanda Muggleton flexes her acting muscles in ‘Masterclass’

Masterclass | Subiaco Arts Centre | Until Dec 2 | ★ ★ ★ ★   Amanda Muggleton is one of Australia’s great actors, who has time and again, shown us she can deliver the stories of the most intriguing women. Whether it has been in her long running and much loved production of Willy Russell’s Shirley Valentine, in her […]

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The WA Ballet’s ‘Peter Pan’ is a rollicking, frolicking flight of fun

The WA Ballet’s ‘Peter Pan’ is a rollicking, frolicking flight of fun

Peter Pan | His Majesty’s Theatre | Until 10 Dec | ★ ★ ★ ★ ★  The WA Ballet bring their production of J.M Barrie’s classic Peter Pan back to His Majesty’s Theatre and it’s a rollicking, frolicking, bundle of fun.  The final production of the year is always a family friendly show and this one is lighthearted, magical […]

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Remembering the outrageous radio show E.T.H.O.S

Remembering the outrageous radio show E.T.H.O.S

This weekend community radio station RTRFM is celebrating it’s 40th birthday. Queer programming has always been a part of the station’s identity, today the LGBTI radio program is All Things Queer which has been running for several years, but back in the 1980’s the queer community created a very camp and outrageous piece of late night […]

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‘Unveiling: Gay Sex for Endtimes’ cancels remainder of its season

‘Unveiling: Gay Sex for Endtimes’ cancels remainder of its season

The highly praised, but confronting play Unveiling: Gay Sex for Endtimes has cancelled the remainder of its season. The play had performances scheduled all the way until 25 November, but on Tuesday night the show announced it was unable to go on that evening, the next day the remainder of the season was cancelled. Renagade Productions, […]

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Review | Let The Right One In ain’t your tween’s vampire romance

Review | Let The Right One In ain’t your tween’s vampire romance

Let The Right One In | State Theatre Centre | Until Dec 3 | ★ ★ ★ ★ If a modern vampire romance were to be anywhere, I’m glad it was the Western Australian State Theatre. In the gold of the entranceway it seemed only natural to be greeted by makeup artists offering bite marks and undead […]

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Looking for some new sounds? Here’s the latest music reviews

Macklemore Gemini ★★★★½ Departing from his usual sounds when working on projects with Ryan Lewis, Macklemore’s latest album ventures into a more contemporary style of hip-hop but potentially an older version of Macklemore. Dealing with personal drama, battles with apathy, ego and the seduction of substances and sex. There is stark contrast to his other […]

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Bibliophile | Suddenly One Summer in regional Western Australia

Suddenly One Summer Fleur McDonald Allen & Unwin Fleur McDonald has lived and worked on farms for much of her life … growing up on a farm in South Australia, being a Jillaroo and co-owning a 8000 acre property in regional Western Australia. Her familiarity with farms and the bush is entrenched in her tenth […]

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RTRFM are throwing a huge music festival to celebrate their 40th

RTRFM are throwing a huge music festival to celebrate their 40th

This is sure to be one of the best music events of the year! Community Radio Station RTRFM is not in the least bit embarrassed to announce its 40th birthday thanks to the era-spanning roll call of WA artists who have banded together to pop a cork and toast thier wrinkles on November 19 at […]

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