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A new musical ‘Mimma’ will have its world premiere in Perth

A new musical ‘Mimma’ will have its world premiere in Perth

The Regal Theatre Subiaco will be the host to the West Australian production of the new musical, Mimma: A musical of war and friendship, from Orana Productions, with the season running from April 9 -21, 2019. The original musical is the result of several years of collaboration between WA based author Dr Giles Watson and […]

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Showgirls! The Ultimate Vegas Show is coming to Crown Theatre

Showgirls! The Ultimate Vegas Show is coming to Crown Theatre

Showgirls. Legends. Feathers. Sequins. Highkicks. And magic that astounds. All the sizzle and spectacle of Las Vegas will be celebrated when The Ultimate Vegas Show comes to Crown Theatre for one night only. Las Vegas is famous for its showgirls who first graced the stages of the clubs in the 1950s. Their glamour and popularity […]

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Review | Black Swan’s ‘You Know We Belong Together’

You Know We Belong Together | State Theatre Centre | Until 31st March | ★ ★ ★ ★  Julia Hales You Know We Belong Together was a hit at the 2018 Perth Festival and now it returns for an encore season.  Written by Hales with Finn O’ Branagáin and Black Swan Theatre Company’s Artistic Director Clare Watson the show […]

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Actor leaves gay role after previous homophobic comments highlighted

Actor leaves gay role after previous homophobic comments highlighted

Actor Oluwaseyi Omooba has stepped down from performing in an upcoming production of The Color Purple following previous anti-gay comments she’d made coming to light. The actor was set to play the lead role in the stage version of Alice Walker’s Pulitzer Prize winning novel. Omooba was set to play the lead character of Celie – who […]

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Out Of Office: Karen from Finance heads west this September

Out Of Office: Karen from Finance heads west this September

Call the HR Department, Melbourne’s premier queen of administration is heading around Australia and New Zealand with an all-new tour. Karen from Finance is heading Out of Office, bringing her one-woman journey of self discovery – and self-annihilation – around the country and to our neighbours in the east. The Melbourne-based queen garnered international attention after […]

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Disney on Ice celebrates Mickey and Friends with Australian tour

Disney on Ice celebrates Mickey and Friends with Australian tour

Grab your mouse ears and get ready for a worldwide party as Disney On Ice celebrates Mickey and Friends skates into Australia. This year, the Aussie family favourite will include the highly anticipated arrival of Disney’s Moana. The 2019 tour celebrates 90 years of Mickey Mouse and honours Walt Disney’s legacy by bringing acclaimed stories […]

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Yirra Yaakin’s new Artistic Director is Eva Grace Mullaley

Yirra Yaakin’s new Artistic Director is Eva Grace Mullaley

Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company have announced the appointment of Eva Grace Mullaley as the Company’s new Artistic Director. Mullaley, a Widi woman from the Yamatji Nation in the Midwest region of Western Australia, is taking over the reins from the long-standing and much loved, Kyle J Morrison. The experienced theatre practitioner said she was honoured […]

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Hugh Jackman to star in Broadway revival of ‘The Music Man’

Hugh Jackman to star in Broadway revival of ‘The Music Man’

Hugh Jackman will star in a Broadway revival of The Music Man with the show scheduled to open in 2020. The musical was a huge broadway hit in the late 1950’s and was made into a film in 1962. The show made a star of Robert Preston, who appeared in both the original Broadway production and […]

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Two children’s stories are flying in to the State Theatre Centre

Two children’s stories are flying in to the State Theatre Centre

Two beloved children’s stories will be brought to life on stage at the State Theatre Centre this April. Room on the Broom is based on Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s picture book and presented by CDP Theatre, the award-winning team behind The Gruffalo, The Gruffalo’s Child and The 13, 26, 52, 78 & 91-storey Treehouses. The Witch and her […]

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Cirque du Soleil’s new show ‘Kurios’ is coming to Australia

Cirque du Soleil will return to Australia from October this year with its most acclaimed touring show, Kurios – Cabinet of Curiosities. Perth audiences will have a while to wait though, the show won’t make it to the west coast until half way through 2020. The show’s long national tour will kick off in Sydney […]

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