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Cirque Du Soleil return with their first acrobatics on ice show ‘Crystal’

Cirque Du Soleil return with their first acrobatics on ice show ‘Crystal’

Cirque du Soleil will be returning to Australia in 2023 with a new show – and this time it’s all going to be done on ice-skates! New show Crystal is the troupe’s first production on ice, and it features seven traditional circus acts including trapeze, pendular poles and aerial straps. The show will have its Australian premieres […]

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WAAPA’s dance tribute to Pina Bausch an international first

WAAPA’s dance tribute to Pina Bausch an international first

Dance lovers are in for an unprecedented treat this November when WAAPA pays homage to the world-renowned choreographer Pina Bausch in its final dance season for the year, Icon: An Extraordinary Event. In an international coup, Icon marks the first time that Bausch’s Tannhäuser Bacchanal will be performed outside of Germany. For local audiences, this is […]

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Rhys Nicholson and Joel Creasey reunite for Christmas comedy tour

Rhys Nicholson and Joel Creasey reunite for Christmas comedy tour

Comedians Rhys Nicholson and Joel Creasey are set to reunite for a comedy tour that’s bringing them home to Perth and Melbourne this Christmas. The RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under judge and TV & radio star are teaming up for Rhys & Joel’s Family Christmas, coming to the Astor here in Perth, and the Thornbury and National Theatres […]

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Shakespeare returns to Araluen this November with ‘The Tempest’

Shakespeare returns to Araluen this November with ‘The Tempest’

Shakespeare returns to Araluen Botanic Park this November with Roleystone Theatre’s production of The Tempest.  Directed by Paul Treasure, the story follows the King of Naples and his closest advisers after being shipwrecked on a strange island ruled by the powerful sorcerer Prospero.   Prospero and his daughter Miranda have been the only human inhabitants […]

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‘Crossings’ promises to be brave, queer, fun and brutal

‘Crossings’ promises to be brave, queer, fun and brutal

An upcoming show from students at the Western Australian Academy of Performing promises to be brave, queer, fun, brutal and spectacular. Join the next generation of performance makers as they bring Boorloo/Perth’s deeply complex Gilkison’s Dance Studio to life in their new devised site-specific work, Crossings. WAAPA’s site-specific season has always been a highlight of its […]

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Perth Symphony Orchestra supports the push for more female conductors

Perth Symphony Orchestra supports the push for more female conductors

Perth Symphony Orchestra is in the midst of a push for more female conductors. Their exciting conducting symposium got underway this weekend and runs through until they launch their 2023 season on Sunday October 30th. The conducting symposium will provide intensive training for aspiring female conductors based in Western Australia and is being led by pioneering […]

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Mark Vincent and Julie Lea Goodwin pay tribute to Andrew Lloyd Webber

Mark Vincent and Julie Lea Goodwin pay tribute to Andrew Lloyd Webber

Australia’s most successful tenor, internationally-acclaimed singing sensation, Mark Vincent, will be touring his brand-new show An International Tribute to Andrew Lloyd Webber to Perth in November. Fans can expect an intimate performance with 9-time ARIA award winner, Mark Vincent presenting a rich repertoire of classic musical theatre songs and arias made popular by the great […]

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Fringe World releases first 170 shows for 2023 outing

Fringe World releases first 170 shows for 2023 outing

Fringe World have shared the first round of shows taking part in their festival in 2023. The early release features 85 interstate and international shows on sale, with more to come when the full program launches in November. Friends of Fringe World are now able to get first access to the range of 170 circus, […]

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Dirty Cabaret’s Halloween Party will star Manuao TeAotonga

The Astor Theatre is set to host an exciting Halloween party with the cast of Dirty Cabaret hitting the stage on Saturday 29 October. Performing everyone’s favourite songs from The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Meatloaf, Amy Winehouse and so many more it’s a tribute like no other starring Manuao TeAotonga. Manuao has been thrilling audiences […]

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Sydney WorldPride announces shows for First Nations Gathering Space

Sydney WorldPride announces shows for First Nations Gathering Space

The first four shows to be stage at Sydney WorldPride’s Marri Madung Butbut (Many Brave Hearts): The First Nations Gathering Space have gone on sale. The shows include Miss First Nation: Supreme Queen, an electric battle of the queens staged over three nights, and Klub Village, a dazzling variety show curated by RuPaul’s Drag Race Down […]

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