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Author Alice Coffin says she never consumes anything created by men

Author Alice Coffin says she never consumes anything created by men

French feminist author Alice Coffin has created a storm of controversy with her latest book Lesbian Genius. The academic and Paris city councilor urges women to banish men from their lives and not consume anything that is created by the opposite sex. In her book Coffin says women need to “eliminate men from their minds” and declares […]

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Feel good documentary ‘Steelers’ comes to Luna Cinemas

Feel good documentary ‘Steelers’ comes to Luna Cinemas

Steelers | Dir: Eammon Ashton-Atkinson | ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ This documentary is a very personal one for Australian lawyer and journalist Eammon Ashton-Atkinson. Struggling with depression, he left Australia and found welcoming support for his sexuality (and a husband) in a rugby club on the other side of the world – the world’s first gay rugby club, […]

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Daniel Monks cast in a new production of ‘The Normal Heart’ in London

Daniel Monks cast in a new production of ‘The Normal Heart’ in London

Perth raised actor Daniel Monks has been cast in a new production of The Normal Heart which will be staged in London in 2021. It’ll be the first time Larry Krammer’s acclaimed play has been professionally performed in London since it’s debut in 1986. The play follows Ned Weeks, the founder of an AIDS advocacy group. The […]

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Ryan Murphy’s ‘The Prom’ comes to Netflix this December

Ryan Murphy’s ‘The Prom’ comes to Netflix this December

Prolific TV creator Ryan Murphy has a new project coming to our screens this December. The Prom is a movie filled with singing and dancing and an all star cast. Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, James Corden, and Andrew Rannells star in the story of some Broadway stars who head out into middle America to help […]

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South African author, poet and playwright, Stephen Gray dies aged 78

South African author, poet and playwright, Stephen Gray dies aged 78

South African poet and novelist Stephen Gray has died aged 78. Over his career he published eight novels, several collections of poetry and a play. He also produced works looking into South African history and worked as an editor. Many of his novels dealt with themes of homosexuality and apartheid. Among his works were the […]

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‘I Love It’: Kylie Minogue releases third single from upcoming ‘DISCO’

‘I Love It’: Kylie Minogue releases third single from upcoming ‘DISCO’

Kylie Minogue has dropped the third single from her highly anticipated upcoming album DISCO. I Love It brings a dance-floor ready offering, as opposed to the soaring Say Something and summery bop Magic, released earlier this year. DISCO is due for release this November, and Kylie is offering an extra special show to celebrate the album’s release. On Saturday 7 […]

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Fresh episodes of ‘Euphoria’ will satisfy fans until its new season arrives

Fresh episodes of ‘Euphoria’ will satisfy fans until its new season arrives

Fans of Euphoria will get two special episodes of the show to tide them over before the second season of the show arrives. The news was shared in an Instagram post from the series star Zendaya who plays the show’s central character Rue Bennett. Production on the second series of the acclaimed show has been delayed […]

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WA Ballet launch 2021 season is filled with classics and collaborations

WA Ballet launch 2021 season is filled with classics and collaborations

While many arts companies in Australia and around the world are yet to return to the stage, West Australian Ballet will continue to create its own path with beautiful classics, powerful contemporary works and showcasing homegrown talent as hallmarks of the Company’s Season 2021. In his ninth year at the helm, Artistic Director Aurélien Scannella […]

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PrideFEST 2020 Film Festival is coming to Raine Square

PrideFEST 2020 Film Festival is coming to Raine Square

Raine Square and Palace Cinemas have announced the official PrideFEST 2020 Film Festival is coming this November, with part proceeds being donated to Pride WA. The CBD cinema complex is set to transform into a celebration of WA’s LGBTQIA+ communities, with a selection of queer cinema favourites to mark this year’s Pride celebrations. The festival […]

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‘We Will Rock You’ set to shake up Crown Perth with the music of Queen

Queen fans rejoice! Beloved jukebox musical We Will Rock You is returning to Perth stages bigger and better than ever. Platinum Entertainment’s production celebrates the music of Queen, weaving their hits through a narrative that imagines an Orwellian future dystopia where music is forbidden. From the book by Ben Elton, the non-conformist bohemians surge ahead on […]

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