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Urzila Carlson announces ‘Token African’ Australian tour

Urzila Carlson announces ‘Token African’ Australian tour

South African-New Zealander Urzila Carlson is a Token African. She’s also a multi award-winning comedian, the 2019 Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s highest ticket-seller, and a household name across two continents. And she’s not finished yet. Carlson is hitting the road again in 2020 with her brand new stand up show, Token African. Heading to 11 […]

WA Youth Theatre Company present ‘The Cockatoos’

WA Youth Theatre Company present ‘The Cockatoos’

Patrick White’s timeless Australian story The Cockatoos will be brought to life by twelve of Western Australia’s most skilled emerging actors in WA Youth Theatre Company’s exciting new production opening on 20 November at the State Theatre Centre of WA. Adapted for stage and directed by theatre-maker Andrew Hale, the young actors tackle a quintessentially […]

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Review: ‘Boom Boom’ invites you back to their room at Casa BlahBlah

Review: ‘Boom Boom’ invites you back to their room at Casa BlahBlah

Boom Boom at the House of Casa BlahBlah | The Rechabite | til Dec 21 | ★ ★ ★ ★ ½  The creators of international festival favourites Blanc de Blanc and LIMBO are back with a brand new, and on-brand, cabaret feast. Strut and Fret have built a reputation on their superb spiegeltent-filling fusions of cabaret and […]

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The fabulous Carlotta returns with a brand new cabaret show

The fabulous Carlotta returns with a brand new cabaret show

Entertainer Carlotta will bring her brand new cabaret show Queen of the Cross to Downstairs at the Maj this week. The outspoken entertainer recent caught up with Graeme Watson to discuss her long career, her new show which was created with Helpmann Award winner Michael Griffiths, and why she does not support transgender youth receiving […]

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Melville Theatre ends the year with ‘Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks’

Melville Theatre ends the year with ‘Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks’

Swing dance, tango, foxtrot and cha cha combine to serve up lessons in tolerance and acceptance in Melville Theatre’s end-of-year show. Written by Richard Alfieri and directed by Geoffrey Leeder, Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks is a comedy about an aging yet formidable retiree who hires an acerbic dance instructor to teach her. The […]

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Sydney Mardi Gras launches action packed 2020 program

Sydney Mardi Gras launches action packed 2020 program

Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras have launched an exciting program of events for their 2020 outing including pop star Dua Lipa headlining the Parade Party, and shows from Yana Alana, drag cabaret outfit Yummy (pictured), feminist cabaret crew Hot Brown Honey, and a season of the play The Campaign.  The festivities kick off on Friday […]

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Share ‘An Evening with Jinkx Monsoon & BenDeLaCreme’ next September

Share ‘An Evening with Jinkx Monsoon & BenDeLaCreme’ next September

Two of RuPaul’s Drag Race‘s most sensational stars are joining forces for a camptastic cabaret tour around Australia and New Zealand. Season 5 winner Jinkx Monsoon and all star BenDeLaCreme have teamed up for a kitschy cabaret spectacular. An Evening with Jinkx Monsoon & BenDeLaCreme promises a show like no other, and it’s sure to be something […]

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‘A Christmas Carol’ goes horribly wrong in the latest from Stirling Theatre

‘A Christmas Carol’ goes horribly wrong in the latest from Stirling Theatre

  A dramatic massacre is about to occur at Stirling Theatre – but it’s not quite what you think. The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen’s Guild Dramatic Society’s production of A Christmas Carol is a comedy about the horrors of stage stuff-ups, bloopers and blunders. Everything that could go wrong, does go wrong, as the […]

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WAAPA bids farewell to graduating dancers with ‘Verge’

WAAPA bids farewell to graduating dancers with ‘Verge’

On the verge of their professional careers, WAAPA’s graduating dancers celebrate their final season as students in a dazzling display of display of technical skill, versatility and passionate performance. Verge, which runs from 16 to 23 November in WAAPA’s Geoff Gibbs Theatre, features three contemporary dance pieces and a montage of classical ballet scenes from […]

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Cirque Du Soleil return to Perth with KURIOS – Cabinet of Curiosities

Cirque Du Soleil return to Perth with KURIOS – Cabinet of Curiosities

Cirque du Soleil will return to Perth next year with its most acclaimed touring show, KURIOS – Cabinet of Curiosities opening 15 July 2020 under their Signature Big Top at the Claremont Showgrounds. Written and directed by Michel Laprise, KURIOS – Cabinet of Curiosities is a tale in which time comes to a complete stop, […]

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