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Drag Race S12 faves Gigi Goode & Rock M. Sakura coming to Australia

Drag Race S12 faves Gigi Goode & Rock M. Sakura coming to Australia

As the competition begins to heat up in the twelfth season of RuPaul’s Drag Race, this year’s fan favourites are becoming clear. LA youngster Gigi Goode and San Francisco’s Rock M. Sakura are two breakout stars of the twelfth cycle of the competition, and the duo will be heading to Australia for a special tour this […]

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West Australian Opera’s Ghost Light Opera delivers Pagliacci

West Australian Opera’s Ghost Light Opera delivers Pagliacci

The West Australian Opera has released the first of their Ghost Light Opera series with Paul O’Neill singing Vesti la Giubba from Pagliacci. The opera by Ruggero Leoncavallo first premiered in 1892 and is the only one of the composers works that is still regularly performed. The opera is usually presented as a double-bill alongside Cavalleria rusticana by Pietro […]

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West Australian Opera launches Ghost Light Opera series

West Australian Opera launches Ghost Light Opera series

West Australian Opera isn’t letting anything stop them from bringing music to opera lovers. While the company has had to cancel it’s planned program of works, they’ve just launched a new initiative that will stream online. Carolyn Chard, Executive Director of West Australian Opera explained the new program. “Ghost Light Opera will enable the experience […]

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Daniel Monks and Emilia Clarke lead all star cast for ‘The Seagull’

Daniel Monks and Emilia Clarke lead all star cast for ‘The Seagull’

Perth raised actor Daniel Monks’ career is taking off in leaps and bounds. Having starred in the acclaimed play Teenage Dick at London’s Donmar Warehouse earlier this year, he’s now moved on to his next project, a star studded production of Chekhov’s The Seagull. The new production of the classic play began in London this week and […]

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Cougar Morrison talks identity ahead of [email protected]

Cougar Morrison talks identity ahead of TEDxYouth@Perth

Local cabaret and drag star Cougar Morrison is set to appear at this weekend’s [email protected] event. With nine inspirations speakers, the event aims to bring a breadth of knowledge and lived-experience to the young people of Western Australia. Billed as an ‘identity superhero’, the Queen of the Court winner and Fringe World favourite will be […]

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Heathcote Gallery to host two intriguing exhibitions

Heathcote Gallery to host two intriguing exhibitions

The Heathcote Cultural Precinct is Melville is presenting two new exhibitions in their Main Gallery and new Project Space this April, Apparition (pictured) by artist Harvey Mullen and Altar’d Lament by artist group Masonik. Apparition is a solo exhibition by artist and printmaker Harvey Mullen. In a time of increasing sensitivity to climate change, the exhibition examines […]

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Limelight Theatre present the poignant comedy ‘Quartet’

Limelight Theatre present the poignant comedy ‘Quartet’

Community group Limelight Theatre are getting ready to present a play that is bound to make you both laugh and cry as four retired opera singers take you into the bittersweet world of facing up to age and mortality. Written by Ronald Harwood and directed by Gwen Browning at Limelight Theatre, Quartet is set in […]

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‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’ is coming to Australia

We’ve been following the journey of the musical Everybody’s Talking About Jamie since before it even made its debut in Sheffield back 2016. Now we’re excited to share the musical will be coming to Australia this year, with a Perth season in early 2021. The Australian production of the hit musical will open at the Sydney […]

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Kickstart Youth ARts Festival reveal their 2020 program

Kickstart Youth ARts Festival reveal their 2020 program

Propel Youth Arts have released their program for the 10th Youth Week WA KickstART Festival. The festival will run from 17 – 24 April. The program for the week-long Festival, developed by Creative Coordinator Kobi Arthur Morrison, Propel Youth Arts WA and the Youth Week WA Planning Committee, features an extensive range of free live […]

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‘The Outsiders’ comes to Koorliny Arts Centre this March

‘The Outsiders’ comes to Koorliny Arts Centre this March

A much loved novel will be given the stage treatment when Fremantle Performing Artists’ present S. E. Hinton’s 1967 classic The Outsiders later this month. Directed by actor and director, Brenton Foale, The Outsiders follows the story of ‘Ponyboy’, a ‘Greaser’ and the youngest brother of three orphans who have fended for themselves since their parents […]

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