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Stirling Theatre’s next offering is ‘John & Jen’ a musical with just two actors

Stirling Theatre’s next offering is ‘John & Jen’ a musical with just two actors

Love, loyalty and family are key themes in Stirling Theatre’s production of John & Jen – a musical featuring only two actors. Written by Andrew Lippa and Tom Greenwald and directed by Tyler Eldridge, the show is set in the ever-changing United States between 1950 and 1990 and focuses on Jen and her relationships with […]

WAAPA dancers ‘Unleash’ with new season of original works

WAAPA dancers ‘Unleash’ with new season of original works

WAAPA’s graduating dancers will be putting their skills and talent in the spotlight with a short season of original works later this month. Unleash explores ten contemporary dance pieces from WAAPA’s third-year Dance students, set to the sounds of original music from Composition and Music Technology students. The students’ evocative, inventive dance works encompass a […]

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Wonder Woman – the feminist superhero we’ve been seeking

Wonder Woman – the feminist superhero we’ve been seeking

Provocative and physical, Wonder Woman unearths the everyday superhero and delivers a solid punch to the gut. A double bill of dance works choreographed by NSW artists Adelina Larsson and Julie-Anne Long, in collaboration with WA performer Laura Boynes, this promises to be an exposing, funny and intimate show that will have you furiously nodding in […]

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Hans & his accordion are coming home with ‘Like A German’ tour

Hans & his accordion are coming home with ‘Like A German’ tour

Cabaret superstar Hans is bringing his fabulous act around the country for the first time this November and December. Following his success on the America’s Got Talent and the international fringe circuit, Hans is back with his 12-stop Like A German tour. Backed by a live band, Hans is bringing an accordion-pumping, foot-stomping, glittering blitzkrieg of cabaret […]

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WA Ballet bring ‘Peter and the Wolf’ to AWESOME Arts Festival

WA Ballet bring ‘Peter and the Wolf’ to AWESOME Arts Festival

For the first time in its 67 year history, West Australian Ballet has created a Children’s Ballet specifically aimed at three to six year olds. Peter and the Wolf will feature at October’s AWESOME Arts Festival held in the Perth Cultural Centre. Commissioned by West Australian Ballet Artistic Director Aurélien Scannella, the State Ballet Company […]

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Josh Thomas announces first comedy tour in six years

Josh Thomas is returning home to Australia for his first live show since the global success of his multi award winning series Please Like Me. It’s been six years since Thomas last took to the stage for a tour. He’s been living in LA making a new series, Everything’s Gonna Be Okay for the US network, Freeform. Whoopsie […]

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Review | Black Swan STC’s ‘Medea’ is a bittersweet reinvention

Review | Black Swan STC’s ‘Medea’ is a bittersweet reinvention

Medea | State Theatre Centre | til Aug 25 | ★ ★ ★ ½  Considered one of Euripides’ best, and most popular works in Western canon, Medea has undergone a new age make-over with the help of WA’s own Kate Mulvany, and Anne-Louise Sarks. Based upon the original myth of Jason and Medea, with emphasis on […]

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Review | ‘Bring It On – The Musical’ is filled with cheers and backflips

Review | ‘Bring It On – The Musical’ is filled with cheers and backflips

Bring It On: The Musical | His Majesty’s Theatre | til Aug 18 | ★ ★ ★ ★  A musical adaptation of one of the most iconic feature films about cheerleading. The show has an esteemed team of professionals that have banded together to create Bring It On The Musical. Jeff Whitty, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Tom Kitt and […]

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Review | ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ focuses on the laughs

Review | ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ focuses on the laughs

Bell Shakespeare Much Ado About Nothing | State Theatre | Until Aug 10 | ★ ★ ★ ★   While Shakespeare’s play is set hundreds of years ago, as often is the case, this production gives it a new non-defined, setting possibly the 1950’s. The costumes are blazers and stylish dresses, but it doesn’t take away from the […]

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Actor David Suchet will tour the country taking about his career

Actor David Suchet will tour the country taking about his career

Actor David Suchet will be making his eagerly-awaited return to Australian stages in Poirot and More: A Retrospective in early 2020. The acclaimed actor was last in Perth in 2014 with the acclaimed play The Last Confession. This time though the actor will be speaking to audiences about his long career – and his Australian jaunt will […]

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