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Forbidden Broadway is a fun look at famous shows and superstars

What’s sure to be one of the highlights of this PrideFEST kicks off this week, Forbidden Broadway is a show that encapsulates all your favourite musicals, while casting a satirical look over the world of Broadway and it’s shining stars. In this long-running Off-Broadway hit musical revue, Broadway’s greatest musical legends meet Broadway’s greatest satirist in […]

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Review | Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is a whole lot of fun

Review | Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is a whole lot of fun

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory – The Musical | Crown Theatre | Until 28 November | ★ ★ ★ ★ ½  I must admit I felt some trepidation heading into the musical version of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. It’s a story I’ve loved since it was read to our class in Year 5, and I’ve seen […]

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Review | ‘MindCon’ is a bold new dance work with brilliant intensity

Review | ‘MindCon’ is a bold new dance work with brilliant intensity

MindCon | European Foods Warehouse | ★ ★ ★ ★ ★  MindCon is a dazzling debut from Mitch Harvey Company, supported by Co3 Contemporary Dance. Set in a dystopian future, MindCon tackles notions of the individual vs the other, despair versus joy and power versus powerlessness. As you can imagine, it is wracked with tension, which means there […]

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Review | ‘Queer as Flux’ takes you on a massive joyous journey

Review | ‘Queer as Flux’ takes you on a massive joyous journey

Queer as Flux | The Blue Room | Until Nov 13 | ★ ★ ★ ★ ★  Performer and writer Stace Callaghan arrives in a theatrical whirlwind for this autobiographical show that is engaging, emotional and hilarious. Every single second they inhabit the stage was captivating.  We’re taken on two wild journeys presented simultaneously, and Stace Callaghan plays […]

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Theatrical production ‘Queer as Flux’ looks at transition in all its forms

Theatrical production ‘Queer as Flux’ looks at transition in all its forms

Queer as Flux opens at The Blue Room this week. Writer and performer Stace Callaghan recently spoke to Leigh Andrew Hill on the RTRFM program All Things Queer. The autobiographical show explores what its like to live in a body that doesn’t match who you are. It’s described as a work that pays homage to […]

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The West Australian Ballet launches stunning 2022 program

In 2022, Australia’s oldest professional ballet company, West Australian Ballet, will celebrate its 70th anniversary with an ambitious program featuring a number of ground-breaking new works in a defining year for the company. The company’s story began in 1952, as former Ballets Russes dancer Madame Kira Bousloff OAM settled in a town that she compared […]

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The acclaimed show ‘Dirt’ is coming to Fringe World in 2022

The acclaimed show ‘Dirt’ is coming to Fringe World in 2022

Dirt, the show which drew critical acclaim at this year’s Adelaide Fringe will be coming to Perth’s Fringe World in 2022. This original queer political thriller won four awards at Adelaide Fringe and picked up  a dozen five-star reviews. Commissioned, produced and performed by real-life couple, Wil King (ABC/Netflix’s Why Are You Like This) and Patrick […]

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Fringe World Festival release first round of shows for 2022

Fringe World Festival release first round of shows for 2022

Western Australia will be brimming with entertainment this summer thanks to Fringe World Festival 2022 and the good news is that early release tickets have just gone on sale! Early release shows give a sneak peek at what’s on offer at the 2022 Festival, and ARTRAGE CEO Sharon Burgess said that the Fringe will give […]

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Black Swan reveals 2022 program centred on the theme of Kin

Black Swan State Theatre Company has revealed an exciting program of works for their 2022 season. The season is based around the theme of ‘Kin’, exploring connection and family through seven productions that will be staged across the year. The works explore everything from bloodlines to concepts found family, and even a virtual family. The […]

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Review | ‘Bite the Hand’ is razor-sharp comedy with deep meaning

Review | ‘Bite the Hand’ is razor-sharp comedy with deep meaning

Bite the Hand | Subiaco Arts Centre | Until 23 October | ★ ★ ★ ★ ½  An excited young boy rushes in with news of what’s been happening out in the garden. Rex tells his tale at breakneck speed, it makes no sense, a jumble of words tumble out of his mouth. He takes a deep […]

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