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Local trio Lionizer get personal on debut album New Parts Of Me

Local trio Lionizer get personal on debut album New Parts Of Me

Perth indie-punkers Lionizer have just released their debut album with a killer new single and a handful of tour dates to boot. New Parts Of Me, the first full release from the gang, deals with insecurity, suicidal ideation, self hate and self harm, but with a focus on the hope that things can be better, that […]

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Elk Bell is ready to share her latest tunes

Elk Bell is ready to share her latest tunes

Local musician Elk Bell is ready to release her sophomore album , Republica d’fantAsia has been described as a bewitching concoction of pure melody, brooding piano and sweet vocals with dark and dangerous lyrics about desire, fulfilment and loss. Elk Bell (Tenille Elkins) released her debut full length album Superfragilistic in September 2011, a release that found its […]

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Students seek financial help to make ‘Halim’ a LGBT themed film

Students seek financial help to make ‘Halim’ a LGBT themed film

‘Halim’ is a short film in the making, currently being brought to life by a group of passionate students from the WA Screen Academy (WASA). The creative team have launched a Pozible campaign to secure extra finance to film some of the projects more ambitious scenes. In partnership with the Western Australian Academy of Performing […]

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Review | A one night stand with The Tommyhawks at Mojo’s

Review | A one night stand with The Tommyhawks at Mojo’s

Full disclosure, due to personal matters I had to duck out of the Tommyhawks’ single launch halfway through said single. My apologies to the band and OUTinPerth for delivering a review based on this relatively sparse experience. However, in defence of my wayward professionalism, I have seen the band play before and I did do […]

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Gloria takes you on a sentimental journey

Gloria takes you on a sentimental journey

G-list celebrity Gloria has several shows during Fringe World and we tagged along to the technical run of one of them. Gloria’s 2016 show Gloria’s Glorious Gloryhole returns on January 31st, it’s a cabaret show filled with ’80s classics. Alongside that she’s got a new show Gloria’s G-Spot which opens tonight at Noodle Palace. The music […]

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Loton Park’s Tennis Championships a success

Loton Park’s Tennis Championships a success

The inaugural edition of the GLTA Perth Lawn Tennis Championships were held earlier this month at Loton Park Tennis Club. A total of 72 players were in action throughout the weekend, and traveled from across the country and as far as Europe, Asia and the USA to take part in the grass court tournament. In […]

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Catch Jake Dennis at Chapels on Whatley

Catch Jake Dennis at Chapels on Whatley

Jake Dennis is appearing tonight at Chapels on Whatley. The local singer will be singing a wide variety of tunes and the stylish Maylands restaurant. Jake told OUTinPerth that he likes to play a wide variety of music at his shows at Chapels. “I’m going to be performing a mix of jazz, swing and blues, […]

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Hats off to ‘Gutenberg – The Musical’

Gutenberg: The Musical has absolutely nothing to do with ‘80s Hollywood star Steve Guttenburg, he does however provide a quote supporting the show on their promotional posters. Instead this successful off-Broadway musical is about two dudes, Doug and Bud, who are pitching a musical about Johannes Gutenberg, the man who brought mechanized printing to Europe in the […]

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REVIEW: Angels In America

Angels In America | Black Swan State Theatre Company | State Theatre Centre | Until 19th June | ★ ★ ★ ★ Known as one of the most quintessential stories of the AIDS crisis that ravaged the LGBT community in the 1980’s, Tony Kushner’s ‘Angels In America’ is an artful summary of the boiling cauldron of […]

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Is the death of the Beaufort Street Festival a good thing?

Is the death of the Beaufort Street Festival a good thing?

  Beaufort Street Festival just announced the cancellation of the festival. I can already hear people screaming about how their favourite day of the year to walk the streets and get drunk in the sunshine has been taken away from them. In fairness, that’s also one of the main reasons I love Beaufort Street Festival. […]

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