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‘Blonde Bombshell’ Joel Creasey will return with a new tour in 2018

Comedian Joel Creasey will return home in 2018 with a brand new show. The acid tongue prince will present his new show Blonde Bombshell at The Astor Theatre on June 8 & 9. The shows are sure to sell out quickly, and hopefully a few more will be added too. For all the ticket information head […]

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Ballet about Rudolph Nureyev premieres at the Bolshoi

A new ballet about Russia’s most famous dancer has premiered at the Bolshoi Ballet. Nureyev depicts the life and achievements of the legendary Rudolf Nureyev. Earlier this year the work was cancelled just days before it was due to open, with suggestions that there would be concerns over depictions of the famous dancer’s sexuality. Russia’s […]

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Rocky Horror creator Richard O’Brien joins Perth cast

Rocky Horror creator Richard O’Brien joins Perth cast

When the Rocky Horror Show returns to the Crown Theatre in early 2018 Perth audiences are in for a very special treat. Richard O’Brien, the creator of the show, will be part of the cast. Aside from creating the much loved musical, O’Brien played the character of Riff Raff in the original 1973 stage production […]

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KC and the Sunshine Band keep the love coming

KC and the Sunshine Band keep the love coming

It’s forty-four years since Harry Wayne Casey of KC and the Sunshine Band started making music and the band which delivered more disco-era hits than anyone else shows no sign of slowing down. Their debut single Blow Your Whistle came out in September 1973, and was soon followed by Play Your Funky Horn. Both singles were well received and the […]

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Toruk is a huge theatrical outing, but not gripping to watch

Toruk is a huge theatrical outing, but not gripping to watch

TORUK The First Flight | Perth Arena | Until 3 December | ★ ★ ★  Cirque Du Soleil’s TORUK is a massive theatrical experience. The stage area takes up the entire vast expanse of the floor of the Perth Arena. The space which would normally be the best seats in the house at a rock concert […]

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Urzila Carlson back in Australia with ‘Studies Have Shown’

Multi award-winning South African/New Zealand comedian Urzila Carlson is back in 2018, and we can’t get enough of her. Earlier this year Urzila Carlson bought unabashed comedy to the Perth stage as part of the Perth Comedy Festival. Her show Unacceptable hit home here at OUTinPerth, a response to homophobic remarks that Carlson’s dealt with […]

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Lotterywest and WASO present Symphony in the City

Lotterywest and WASO present Symphony in the City

Perth City comes alive with music once again with the return of Lotterywest’s Symphony in the City, December 16th at 7:30. Featuring West Australian Symphony Orchestra (WASO), Guy Nobel returns to the stage to conduct the orchestra and chorus through the best of movie scores and classics alike. Highlights include Puccini’s Turandot, Strauss’ Dies Fledermaus, […]

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The Actor’s Hub bring a Shakespearean favourite to the stage

The Actor’s Hub bring a Shakespearean favourite to the stage

Romance, magic and mayhem come to the fore in a classic Shakespeare comedy where “the course of true love never did run smooth”. Directed by Amanda Crewes at The Actors’ Hub, A Midsummer Night’s Dream – believed to have been written in the mid-1590s – is masterful piece that deals with the universal theme of […]

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New Fringe pop-up venue to be named after Ivan King

Local theatre identity Ivan King will be celebrated with a new Fringe World pop up venue named in his honour. The iconic His Majesty’s Theatre will host a brand new pop-up performance space next February, created especially for the 2018 Fringe World Festival. King’s Lair will be named in honour of Ivan King OAM, well […]

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Amanda Muggleton flexes her acting muscles in ‘Masterclass’

Masterclass | Subiaco Arts Centre | Until Dec 2 | ★ ★ ★ ★   Amanda Muggleton is one of Australia’s great actors, who has time and again, shown us she can deliver the stories of the most intriguing women. Whether it has been in her long running and much loved production of Willy Russell’s Shirley Valentine, in her […]

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