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‘Brute & Brut’ seeks to explore public sex through a contemporary lens

‘Brute & Brut’ seeks to explore public sex through a contemporary lens

Local theatre company FUGUE are no strangers to telling queer stories on the local stage, and their upcoming work doesn’t stray from their mission. Creator James McMillan is seeking members of the local community who are willing to discuss their experiences for an exploration of sexuality and public spaces in formulating their latest work Brute […]

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‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’ in South Korea

‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’ in South Korea

One of the many downsides of the COVID-19 situation is the Australian tour of the musical Everybody’s Taking About Jamie has been postponed. Usually musicals take ages to get to Australia, and even longer to get to Perth, so it was an exciting announcement that the show would be coming down under just a few years […]

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WA Ballet’s bloody brilliant production of ‘Dracula’ rises again

WA Ballet’s bloody brilliant production of ‘Dracula’ rises again

In the early 1990s, a young dancer lusting for a breakthrough role was challenged with a character than many associate with fear, but the young Aurélien Scannella knew that Dracula had many facets. Fast forward to 2018 and Scannella’s sixth year at the helm of West Australian Ballet, the premiere of the story that means […]

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Yirra Yaakin announce premiere of ‘FIFO – Fit in or F**k Off!’

Yirra Yaakin announce premiere of ‘FIFO – Fit in or F**k Off!’

Local Indigenous theatre company Yirra Yaakin have revealed the details of their next production, focusing on the realm of FIFO, mining and their impact on First Nations’ families. Developing with the support of Goolari Media’s Indigenous Writers program, Playwriting Australia, Ilbijerri and Moogahlin’s Yellamundie First Nations Play Festival, FIFO – Fit In or F**k Off puts the […]

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Review | Tune in and freak yourself out with Darkfield Radio’s ‘DOUBLE’

Review | Tune in and freak yourself out with Darkfield Radio’s ‘DOUBLE’

With our lives in lockdown, there has been an increased need for stay-at-home based entertainment. Book launches, poetry readings and art gallery tours have all quickly moved online. And no doubt there has been an increased surge in online streaming subscriptions. But what of the truly innovative entertainment experience, the kind that can deliver something […]

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POP and Tag A Drag Bingo return to Connections tonight

POP and Tag A Drag Bingo return to Connections tonight

There’s no place like home! Connections Nightclub returning with a roaring reopening event over the weekend, and the club’s weekly events are returning to the main room tonight. Dynamic duo Veronica Jean Jones and Donna Kebab have been live-streaming Tag A Drag Bingo from the main stage each week, and tonight will see the girls […]

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Unsung Heroes tells the story of WA drag king pioneer Effie Fellows

Black Swan State Theatre Company are diving into local history with an online performance series that reveals the untold stories of five incredible Western Australians. Unsung Heroes brings a world premiere season directed by Emily McLean and Joe Paradise Lui that brings together some of WA’s best local talent to bring the tales of WA’s […]

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Actors sought for local production of ‘The Boys in the Band’

Actors sought for local production of ‘The Boys in the Band’

Nine actors are sought for a local production of the iconic LGBTI themed play The Boys in the Band.  The Graduate Dramatic Society (GRADS) is putting on a production of Mart Cowley’s groundbreaking play to coincide with this year’s PrideFEST. The production is to be directed by award winning director Barry Park with proposed production dates from […]

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West Australian Opera perform short work ‘The Telephone’

West Australian Opera perform short work ‘The Telephone’

The West Australian Opera have been keeping opera lovers entertained each week with their Ghost Light Opera series, but this week they’ve taken things up a notch with a whole work being presented. The Telephone by Gian Carlo Menotti is a short one act work, performed by Chelsea Burns, Lachlann Lawton and Bernadette Lewis. Menotti […]

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Alternative queer party Cherry Bomb is ready to blow this Friday

Alternative queer party Cherry Bomb is ready to blow this Friday

Perth’s freshest queer party is back this weekend with a massive selection of live music, drag performances and good times. Cherry Bomb returns to take over Lucy’s Love Shack this Friday night, with drag monarchs Jason Green and Miss Kitty on hosting duties. Local music-makers Bad Weather and Sauvage will bring their sounds to the stage […]

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