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Roleystone Theatre’s next production is Terry Pratchett’s ‘Monstrous Regiment’

Roleystone Theatre’s next production is Terry Pratchett’s ‘Monstrous Regiment’

Things aren’t always quite what they appear to be in Roleystone Theatre’s production of Terry Pratchett’s Monstrous Regiment. Adapted for the stage by Stephen Briggs and directed by Bradley Towton at Roleystone Hall, the comedy follows Polly Perks who enlists in the Borogravian Army to search for her lost brother. She soon finds she’s not […]

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Review | ‘The Boys in the Band’ is an important story but it’s dated

Review | ‘The Boys in the Band’ is an important story but it’s dated

The Boys in the Band | State Theatre Centre | Until 21 Nov | ★ ★ ★  Set in the mid-1960’s, a group of gay friends meet to celebrate a birthday but an unexpected guest throws a spanner in the cogs of their queer soiree. After a run at the Dolphin Theatre at UWA this local […]

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West Australian Ballet’s fabulous ‘Gala’ brings the magic

West Australian Ballet’s fabulous ‘Gala’ brings the magic

West Australian Ballet – Gala | His Majesty’s Theatre | Until 11th Dec | ★ ★ ★ ★  An annual Gala is a new event on the West Australian Ballet’s annual program. A showcase of their most acclaimed works, a selection of dance pieces that give the audience a taste of their many different flavours, if it […]

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Australian production of ‘Hedwig – The Musical’ cancelled

Australian production of ‘Hedwig – The Musical’ cancelled

An Australian production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch which was scheduled to be performed as part of the 2021 Sydney Arts Festival has been cancelled after activists raised concern over the casting of Hugh Sheridan in the lead role. Activists had published an open letter to the Sydney Festival arguing that the casting of a cisgender […]

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Richard Matias launches Retrospective exhibition and book this Friday

Richard Matias launches Retrospective exhibition and book this Friday

Local photographer Richard Matias is known for his captivating images that capture the human form through a queer lens. Following the success of his last book of work, Liberated, which continues to raise funds for the WA AIDS Council’s youth service Freedom Centre, Matias is preparing to exhibit a fresh selection of his work that reflects […]

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The Laugh Resort celebrates fresh queer talent this PrideFEST

The Laugh Resort celebrates fresh queer talent this PrideFEST

Local comedy institution The Laugh Resort are bringing the laughs this PrideFEST season with an all-LGBTQIA+ lineup of stand up talent. Following the success of last year’s event, The Laugh Resort are back to celebrate the queer rising stars on the local comedy scene. This year’s lineup includes “King of the Lesbians” Alissia Marsh, the […]

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Extra shows for sellout theatrical success ‘Boys in the Band’

Extra shows for sellout theatrical success ‘Boys in the Band’

The local production of Mort Crowley’s The Boys in the Band has been such a huge success they’ve added some extra shows, moving the production to Northbridge’s State Theatre Centre. It’ll be the first time a community theatre production has been performed at the Theatre Underground. Speaking on Channel Ten News the cast shared their excitement […]

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‘Chess – The Musical’ to be performed in Perth in 2021

‘Chess – The Musical’ to be performed in Perth in 2021

Chess- The Musical, will make its Western Australian debut at the Perth Concert Hall with two exclusive performances on 5th June 2021. Featuring the iconic music of ABBA’s Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson, and lyrics by Tim Rice & Bjorn Ulvaeus and book by Tim Rice, the worldwide stage hit has never had a professional […]

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Log on to watch ‘disobedience rules’ at the Bleach Festival

Log on to watch ‘disobedience rules’ at the Bleach Festival

Western Australian art group pvi collective will be sharing their new work disobedience rules at the Bleach Festival on the Gold Coast. The work has been created and delivered entirely online, meaning anyone can log in and watch the action. disobedience rules is a live-action board game with a social agenda. Quick response rounds test players activist […]

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Fringe World Festival offers first taste of delicious 2021 lineup

Fringe World Festival offers first taste of delicious 2021 lineup

Fringe World Festival have dropped a selection of their tastiest early release shows to whet audience appetites for the upcoming 2021 celebration. Festival Director Amber Hasler said these shows highlight the incredible talent we have here in WA and around Australia. “WA is the best place to be right now and Fringe World will be […]

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