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Local theatre group takes on the 80’s classic musical ‘Fame’

Local theatre group takes on the 80’s classic musical ‘Fame’

Koorliny Arts Centre are staging the sensational 80’s musical Fame – The Musical this month. Presented by Laughing Horse Productions and directed by Cat Rippon, Fame – The Musical follows the highs and lows of students at New York City’s illustrious High School for the Performing Arts. It follows their struggles, triumphs and relationships as they explore ambition, […]

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WA Ballet promote local talents Liam Green and Carina Roberts

WA Ballet promote local talents Liam Green and Carina Roberts

As West Australian Ballet’s highly rated season of romantic classical ballet La Sylphide comes to a close, Perth dancers Liam Green and Carina Roberts have both been promoted to the rank of Demi-Soloist. Aurélien Scannella, Artistic Director, said that the promotion was well-deserved by both dancers. “These promotions reward Liam and Carina for their hard […]

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True grit of 1890’s Australia in adaption of Chekhov classic

True grit of 1890’s Australia in adaption of Chekhov classic

What happens when you take a famous Anton Chekhov play and set it in 1890s Queensland? The answer lies in Three Sisters One Brother, written and directed by Ross McGregor at The Actors’ Hub this June. Adapted from Chekhov’s Three Sisters, the play has been given an Aussie flavour to suit a variety of conditions, […]

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Homopolitan deliver a creative party at Connections

Homopolitan deliver a creative party at Connections

At a time when it’s often asked if a night out at a ‘gay club’ is just like a night out at ‘any club’ a new collective has arrived to deliver a quintessentially queer party. Homopolitan launched back in April and last week had their second outing at Connections Nightclub. The early evening event that runs […]

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Don’t miss ‘3.3’ from Ochre Contemporary Dance Company

Don’t miss ‘3.3’ from Ochre Contemporary Dance Company

Ochre Contemporary Dance Company’s latest show is double-bill feature two works from some of the most respected local dance performers. 3.3 portrays a successful Indigenous dancer, on the brink of an international career, thrown into a holding cell because of his skin colour and torn between two cultures. Ian Wilkes dances the feature role, choreographed […]

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Catherine Tate is bringing her cavalcade of characters to Australia

Catherine Tate is bringing her cavalcade of characters to Australia

Comedian Catherine Tate is bringing her live stage show to Perth in November. The comedic actress plays a swag of characters including the lovable but slightly offensive Joannie ‘Nan’ Taylor, Irish nurse Bernie, Geordie Georgie, Essex girl Sam and argumentative teenager Lauren Cooper. The Catherine Tate Show ran on television for three years from 2004 […]

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Miss Vanjie! The Vanjie Ball is coming to Perth this August

RuPaul’s Drag Race season 10’s break out viral star is heading to Australia, and Kweer Touring and Events have teamed up with The Court to add Perth to the tour! Vanessa Vanjie Mateo has become the most memorable queen to leave the decade-long drag competition first. When making her exit from the runway, she made […]

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‘Gutenberg! the Musical!’ returns for the Subiaco Theatre Festival

‘Gutenberg! the Musical!’ returns for the Subiaco Theatre Festival

After an acclaimed season in 2016, Gutenberg! The Musical is bringing back the laughs, this time to the Subiaco Arts Centre in June. The funny, musical-spoof about two ambitious writers, Bud and Doug, and their first (cross your fingers) Broadway smash, is showing as part of the Subiaco Theatre Festival from the 27th of June. […]

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The incredibly funny Bill Bailey is returning for a massive Australian tour

The incredibly funny Bill Bailey is returning for a massive Australian tour

The incredibly funny Bill Bailey will kick off his massive Australian tour in Perth this October. Fondly remembered for his role as Manny in TV show Black Books and a stand-out performance as Maxie’s Dad in Skins, Bailey is one of the funniest comedians on the planet. After the 2016 sell-out tour, Larks in Transit, the UK’s very own […]

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Here’s something different, how about some theatre, in French!

Here’s something different, how about some theatre, in French!

Trying to learn a new language is hard, but for people learning French the Perth French Theatre Company is here to help. They perform plays in French, many people in the cast are learning the language and so are people in the audience. But if you don’t speak a word of French you can still […]

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