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PHOTOS: LAMB Opening Weekend

WA’s newest LGBTI+ venue opened its doors on Saturday night, drawing fabulous visitors from around Perth. Celebrations latest long into the night, as patrons parties to the sounds of DJ Drew. Check out some of our happy snaps from Lamb’s debut event. OIP Staff

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‘1985’ Director Yen Tan on the importance of remembering our past

‘1985’ Director Yen Tan on the importance of remembering our past

Writer and director Yen Tan is taking audiences back to the beginnings of the AIDS crisis in his upcoming drama 1985. The film focuses on family, and follows the story of Gotham star Cory Michael Smith as the closeted Adrian, who returns home to Texas to reconnect with his loved ones after experiencing unspeakable tragedies in New […]

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Audio interview released after Liberal candidate claims ‘fake’ reporting

Audio interview released after Liberal candidate claims ‘fake’ reporting

The Guardian have released audio of an interview with anti-marriage equality campaigner Gladys Liu, after she claimed she was misrepresented in a 2016 article. The publication was reporting on Liu after she was named the Liberal Party’s new candidate for the seat of Chisholm in Victoria, following Julia Banks’ move to the crossbench in the […]

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Pete Buttigieg officially launches 2020 US presidential campaign

Pete Buttigieg officially launches 2020 US presidential campaign

Rising star candidate Pete Buttigieg has officially launched his campaign to be selected as the Democratic nominee for President of the United States this week. Buttigieg kicked off his campaign in South Bend, Indiana on Sunday, where he has been Mayor for eight years. If elected, Buttigieg will become the youngest and the first gay […]

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Perth DJ Roscoe Holyoake arrested on kidnapping charge in US

Perth DJ Roscoe Holyoake arrested on kidnapping charge in US

Reports have emerged that well-known Perth DJ Roscoe Holyoake (DJ Roski) has been arrested for allegedly attempting to kidnap a young child in San Francisco last week. FOX KTVU have reported that Holyoake was detained by two citizens after he allegedly tried to take the two-year-old from his mother, and held until police arrived. Until […]

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Meet Madame X: Madonna teases upcoming new album

Meet Madame X: Madonna teases upcoming new album

Madonna has dropped a teaser for her latest persona with a new YouTube video, prefacing the release of her fourteenth album. Madge introduces fans to her last alter-ego and title of her next LP, Madame X, making references to her past mantles and characters that have held as the through-line to each of her creations. The “spy […]

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Review | Mimma: Standing ovations for A Musical of War and Friendship

Review | Mimma: Standing ovations for A Musical of War and Friendship

Mimma: A Musical of War and Friendship | Regal Theatre | til 21st April | ★ ★ ★ ★ ½  “Mimma!” The word conjures up images of a mother figure, of a desperate cry for one’s own mother but in the case of this newly created epic musical, Mimma is the central character, a journalist from Turin, […]

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80s Mania returns with the sound of the decade this November

80s Mania returns with the sound of the decade this November

80s Mania is set to return later this year with another lineup of the best bands of the decade. Go West, Wang Chung, Cutting Crew, A Flock of Seagulls and Australia’s own Pseudo Echo will take fans back in time with all their hits. The quintet of bands will bring classics such as Go West’s The […]

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Bibliophile | Fled tells the story of the woman who escaped Australia

Fled by Meg Keneally Echo Publishing This novel is based on the life of Mary Bryant, a woman transported to Sydney Cove in the late 1780s and escaping with a group of men when starvation and scurvy was picking off the weak in the struggling colony. With two small children the small group of men, […]

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WAAPA lifts off with first dance season for 2019

WAAPA lifts off with first dance season for 2019

Rise, WAAPA’s first dance season for 2019, lifts off with four new contemporary and neo-classical dance works created by visiting international choreographer Sasha Janes, Melbourne-based dancer/choreographer Lauren Langlois, and well-known local artists Claudia Alessi and Kim McCarthy. Rise will be performed by WAAPA’s 2nd and 3rd Year Dance students in the Geoff Gibbs Theatre from […]

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