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‘The Book of Mormon’ announces ticket lottery for Perth

‘The Book of Mormon’ announces ticket lottery for Perth

The Book of Mormon today announced a ticket lottery, in which a limited number of $30 tickets will be sold by ballot before each performance at the Crown Theatre, Perth. The lottery will commence from the preview on Tuesday 3 September at 7:30pm. Entries will only be accepted in person, on the form provided, at […]

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Perth Festival gives first taste of 2020 program with five selections

Perth Festival gives first taste of 2020 program with five selections

The much-anticipated annual Perth Festival has revealed five exciting additions to next year’s line-up under new Festival Artistic Director Iain Grandage. The festival will open with a celebration of Yolŋu culture and the music of Gurrumul with Buŋgul, an exploration of the culture that inspired Gurrumul’s final album, and Djarimirri (Child of the Rainbow), in a live […]

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Old Mill Theatre deliver a slice of classic Noel Coward

Old Mill Theatre deliver a slice of classic Noel Coward

Take in a Noel Coward classic when The Old Mill Theatre deliver their version of Present Laughter, a reflection on fame, desire and loneliness.   Directed by Barry Park, Present Laughter focuses on self-obsessed actor Garry Essendine as friends, lovers, relatives and theatre colleagues rally around him. As a series of almost farcical events unfold, his elegant London […]

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The musical ‘Hair’ packs a mighty punch, fifty years after its debut

The musical ‘Hair’ packs a mighty punch, fifty years after its debut

Hair | His Majesty’s Theatre | Until 1st September | ★ ★ ★ ★ ½  Hair: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical, it’s the show inspired by counter-culture movement with its hippy embracing soundtrack that’s filled with references to the age of Aquarius, free love, homosexuality, drug taking, racism and flower power. This year the musical is celebrating […]

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Stirling Theatre’s next offering is ‘John & Jen’ a musical with just two actors

Stirling Theatre’s next offering is ‘John & Jen’ a musical with just two actors

Love, loyalty and family are key themes in Stirling Theatre’s production of John & Jen – a musical featuring only two actors. Written by Andrew Lippa and Tom Greenwald and directed by Tyler Eldridge, the show is set in the ever-changing United States between 1950 and 1990 and focuses on Jen and her relationships with […]

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Hugh Sheridan shares his excitement about the musical ‘Hair’

Hugh Sheridan shares his excitement about the musical ‘Hair’

Actor Hugh Sheridan is well known to Australian audiences, most recently he’s starred in the hit TV show Five Bedrooms, and he’s well loved for his work on Packed to the Rafters and House Husbands.  The triple threat performer has also previously released a music project and hosted the drag queen reality TV series I Will Survive. Now he’s taking on […]

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‘The Book of Mormon’ adds special preview show to Perth season

‘The Book of Mormon’ adds special preview show to Perth season

The Book of Mormon have added an extra preview performance to their Perth season with a special price for early birds. The preview will be the first chance for west coast fans to see the much-anticipated Broadway smash in Perth on Sunday 1st September. The Book of Mormon has notched up 968 Australian performances since opening […]

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WAAPA dancers ‘Unleash’ with new season of original works

WAAPA dancers ‘Unleash’ with new season of original works

WAAPA’s graduating dancers will be putting their skills and talent in the spotlight with a short season of original works later this month. Unleash explores ten contemporary dance pieces from WAAPA’s third-year Dance students, set to the sounds of original music from Composition and Music Technology students. The students’ evocative, inventive dance works encompass a […]

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Wonder Woman – the feminist superhero we’ve been seeking

Wonder Woman – the feminist superhero we’ve been seeking

Provocative and physical, Wonder Woman unearths the everyday superhero and delivers a solid punch to the gut. A double bill of dance works choreographed by NSW artists Adelina Larsson and Julie-Anne Long, in collaboration with WA performer Laura Boynes, this promises to be an exposing, funny and intimate show that will have you furiously nodding in […]

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Hans & his accordion are coming home with ‘Like A German’ tour

Hans & his accordion are coming home with ‘Like A German’ tour

Cabaret superstar Hans is bringing his fabulous act around the country for the first time this November and December. Following his success on the America’s Got Talent and the international fringe circuit, Hans is back with his 12-stop Like A German tour. Backed by a live band, Hans is bringing an accordion-pumping, foot-stomping, glittering blitzkrieg of cabaret […]

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