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Review | ‘Rouge’ is a top-class cabaret experience

Review | ‘Rouge’ is a top-class cabaret experience

Rouge | The Rechabite | Until Sun 18th Dec| ★ ★ ★ ★ ★  Cabaret show Rouge has been part of the Fringe World experience several times and has never failed to enthrall audiences. Now it’s arrived for a season at The Rechabite and the show shines on the larger, but still intimate, stage. The show features the perfect mix of […]

Global phenomenon Glitterbox is coming to The Rechabite

Global phenomenon Glitterbox is coming to The Rechabite

Glitterbox makes its highly anticipated return to Australasia for the first time in over 3 years. Specialising in the golden era of disco, contemporary house and club anthems, Glitterbox is bringing fierce performers, drag queens and state-of-the-art production to the stage for an epic six-date takeover. The unstoppable brand will deliver the energy and exuberance […]

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“They like to move it, move it” Rehearsals begin for ‘Madagascar’

“They like to move it, move it” Rehearsals begin for ‘Madagascar’

Rehearsals are officially under way and the cast are learning to ‘move it, move it’ in Sydney ahead of the Australian Premiere of the ferociously funny, family favourite Madagascar – The Musical.  The cast includes recording artist and former Titanium boyband member Andrew Papas in the role of Alex the lion, former Hi-5 member Joe […]

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Review | The Rocky Horror Picture Show Immersive Spectacular

Review | The Rocky Horror Picture Show Immersive Spectacular

The Rocky Horror Picture Show Immersive Spectacular | til Dec 4 | ★ ★ ★ ★ ★  Transport yourself into absolute pleasure into a time warp of non-stop exhilaration, with this current production presented by the ARTRAGE Projects. There is eye candy, drag candy, nerd candy; some hysterical audience participation; the two hours with a 20 min interval […]

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Review | WA Ballet celebrate their 70th birthday with new take on ‘Swan Lake’

Review | WA Ballet celebrate their 70th birthday with new take on ‘Swan Lake’

Swan Lake | His Majesty’s Theatre | Until 11th Dec | ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Ballet often revisits the classics of the genre. Coppelia, Giselle, The Nutcracker, La Slyphide and Don Quixote are performed in repetition. It’s become common place to adjust the settings and stories to give fresh perspectives or add a local connection to the tales. Over the years […]

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Jeffrey Jay Fowler chats about his play ‘Dick Pics in the Garden of Eden’

Jeffrey Jay Fowler chats about his play ‘Dick Pics in the Garden of Eden’

Jeffrey Jay Fowler has established himself as one of Australia’s most interesting playwrights and performers, having created many memorable works over the last decade. As a core member of the Last Great Hunt theatrical group, he’s presented challenging and innovative works, and his newest play is set to continue that tradition. Graeme Watson chatted to […]

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Acclaimed playwright Andrew Bovell joins Black Swan Board

Acclaimed playwright Andrew Bovell joins Black Swan Board

Acclaimed playwright and screenwriter Andrew Bovell is joining the board of Black Swan State Theatre Company. Black Swan’s Chair, Francois Witbooi, shared his excitement that the writer had accepted the position. “We’re pleased and fortunate to welcome Andrew Bovell to the board. His artistic representation, knowledge and international expertise both in writing for stage and […]

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Stirling Theatre to stage ‘Rose and Walsh’, the last play by Neil Simon

Stirling Theatre to stage ‘Rose and Walsh’, the last play by Neil Simon

A play from the writer of The Odd Couple and Barefoot in the Park is coming to Stirling Theatre. Neil Simon’s Rose and Walsh, directed by Carryn McLean, is the story of two ageing lovers who were once literary giants. Once-successful author Rose is going blind and facing bankruptcy while her former lover Walsh makes […]

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Review | Black Swan State Theatre Company delivers the thought-provoking ‘Oil’

Review | Black Swan State Theatre Company delivers the thought-provoking ‘Oil’

Oil | State Theatre Centre | Until 27 November | ★ ★ ★ ★ ½  Ella Hickson’s acclaimed play Oil was first performed in 2016 at the Almeida Theatre in London, a venue well known for staging great news works. It’s a play which on the surface is about finite resources and the way they’ve changed our lives, but […]

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Joe Lycett among first acts in Perth Comedy Festival 2023 lineup

Joe Lycett among first acts in Perth Comedy Festival 2023 lineup

The Perth Comedy Festival presents a month-long season of comic relief with a slew of international and local guests set for the stages of the across four iconic local venues from 24 April – 21 May. Catch the best international and local comedians at Regal Theatre, Astor Theatre, Rechabite Hall and Riverside Theatre all festival […]

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