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Get ready to sink your teeth into West Australian Ballet’s ‘Dracula’

Get ready to sink your teeth into West Australian Ballet’s ‘Dracula’

This month the West Australian Ballet debuts what is potentially the biggest premiere of the company’s sixty six year history. They’ve commissioned acclaimed Polish choreographer Krzysztof Pastor to create an entire new ballet based on Bram Stoker’s Gothic novel Dracula. We were lucky enough to be invited to watch some rehearsals of the new work […]

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Jay Laga’aia signs up for ‘Peter Pan Goes Wrong’

Jay Laga’aia signs up for ‘Peter Pan Goes Wrong’

Jay Laga’aia and nine other talented actors have signed on to perform in the hilarious play Peter Pan Goes Wrong. Anyone who saw the comical The Play That Goes Wrong will tell you its one of the funniest things you’ll ever see on stage, and now the players of the The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society are returning with a […]

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Dragfest announces stellar lineup for 2019 Realness Tour

Dragfest announces stellar lineup for 2019 Realness Tour

In The Dark Events have announced a massive line up for their annual drag showcase – bringing the best from across the seasons of RuPaul’s Drag Race to Australia. All Stars Manila Luzon, Latrice Royale, Adore Delano and Alyssa Edwards will all be heading down under for The Realness Tour. Season 10 winner Aquaria will also […]

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Tim Minchin announces first Australian tour in seven years

Tim Minchin announces first Australian tour in seven years

Tim Minchin is going to tour Australia in 2019 with his new show BACK. Since beginning his career in Perth, Minchin has gone on to become an internationally renowned award-winning musician, comedian, actor, writer and composer. The Australian premiere of BACK will commence in Adelaide on Friday March 8 at the Thebarton Theatre and will be […]

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Black Swan State Theatre Company announces exciting 2019 season

Black Swan State Theatre Company announces exciting 2019 season

Since Clare Watson took the reins as Artistic Director at Black Swan State Theatre Company Perth audiences have been treated to an outstandingly good selection of theatrical works. There been provocative plays that have tackles topics that are at the forefront of public discourse, tapping into discussions about gender, race and traditions. Under Watson’s eye […]

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Romeo, Romeo where for art thou?

Romeo, Romeo where for art thou?

Limelight Theatre will be taking on a work by Shakespeare for the first time in its 45 year history. The community theatre group will take on the Bard’s immortal tale of star crossed lovers and warring families. Directed by Peter Clark, Romeo and Juliet was first performed 424 years ago and is one of the […]

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Review | Skylab recalls a moment of WA history when the sky was falling

Review | Skylab recalls a moment of WA history when the sky was falling

Skylab | State Theatre Centre | Until 2 Sept | ★ ★ ★  Black Swan State Theatre Company and Yirra Yaakin have teamed up to bring a play by Melodie Reynolds-Diarra to the stage.  It’s 1979 and down in the remote Western Australian town of Esperance indigenous couple Jem and Nev are struggling to make ends […]

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Review | ‘The Season’ is a theatrical experience filled with heart and laughs

Review | ‘The Season’ is a theatrical experience filled with heart and laughs

The Season | His Majesty’s Theatre | August 24th | ★ ★ ★ ★ ½  Nathan Maynard’s tale of a family dealing with changes and traditions is a moving and hilarious theatrical experience. Set on Dog Island off the coast of Tasmania, we meet the Duncan clan who are making their annual six week jaunt to the […]

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Old Mill Theatre presents ‘It’s Still All Greek to Me’

Old Mill Theatre presents ‘It’s Still All Greek to Me’

The Old Mill Theatre in Perth is set to present It’s Still All Greek to Me, the third play in a series from author and director Noel O’Neill. It’s Still Greek to Me opens at the Old Mill Theatre in South Perth on Thursday 23rd of August. We revisit the crazy London based Greek Pilankous family […]

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WAAPA dance students unleash their choreographic creativity

WAAPA’s graduating dancers are set to unleash their choreographic talents in a short season of original dance works performed in the intimate setting of UWA’s Dolphin Theatre. Unleash is a unique celebration of the incredible talent on display at WAAPA, with the self-devised pieces of the 3rd Year Dance students being performed by their peers […]

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