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Get your first look at Disney’s live-action ‘Mulan’

Get your first look at Disney’s live-action ‘Mulan’

Disney have released the first look at their next live-action remake of their animated classics – Mulan. The recreation of the 1998 favourite stars Chinese-American actress Liu Yifei as the titular character, a young woman who disguises herself as a man to join the military and bring honour to her family. The news follows the announcement […]

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Review: The Tap Pack show off their many skills

Review: The Tap Pack show off their many skills

The Tap Pack | Regal Theatre | Until 6th July | ★ ★ ★ ★ ½ If you’ve watched more than one Fred Astaire and Ginger Rodgers film in your life, if you know who Donald O’Connor is, and what goes with a top hat and tales – you’ll adore the old fashioned charm of The Tap […]

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Falls Festival announce early bird presale tickets for this year’s event

Falls Festival announce early bird presale tickets for this year’s event

Falls Festival are ramping up for another massive celebration of international music and the arts across the new year’s break. The festival will return to Lorne, Marion Bay, Byron Bay and Fremantle between December 28th and January 5th. This year, Falls are releasing early bird presale tickets for the very first time, and offering a […]

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LGBTIQ+ community call for queer host on Heidi Klum’s drag reality series

LGBTIQ+ community call for queer host on Heidi Klum’s drag reality series

LGBTIQ+ drag performers and fans in Germany have launched a petition calling for a member of the LGBTIQ+ community to host the nation’s upcoming drag reality series. Last week, German broadcaster ProSeiben announced work on a new reality series Queen of Drags, to be hosted by supermodel Heidi Klum. The show, not affiliated with RuPaul’s Drag Race, would […]

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Review | ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ changes everything

Review | ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ changes everything

Spider-Man: Far From Home | Dir: Jon Watts | M | ★ ★ ★ ★ ½  In Marvel’s first outing since the devastation of Avengers: Endgame, Spider-Man: Far From Home offers answers to many of Endgame’s unanswered questions. In this second instalment of the new Spider-Man franchise, Peter Parker (Tom Holland) struggles to keep up with his […]

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Enjoy the magic of tap and tunes with The Tap Pack

Enjoy the magic of tap and tunes with The Tap Pack

Following sold-out houses in London, Edinburgh, Beijing, Berlin, and fresh from sold out shows at The Sydney Opera House, Australia’s newest and hottest tap dance sensation, The Tap Pack have been touring regional WA this week and on friday they’ll arrive in Perth for two nights at The Regal Theatre in Subiaco. The Tap Pack conjure up […]

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Five films you don’t want to miss at the Revelation Film Festival

Five films you don’t want to miss at the Revelation Film Festival

The Revelation Perth International Film Festival opens tonight at Luna Leederville. Now in it’s twenty second year the festival brings a wealth of quality global indie cinema to Perth audiences. Presenting over 150 films from 30 countries, industry masterclasses, Q+As, exhibitions, 18 world and 60 Australian premieres and 22 WA made films, Revelation is sure […]

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Johnny Cash & June Carter tribute heads to The Sewing Room

Johnny Cash & June Carter tribute heads to The Sewing Room

The Sewing Room will be rocking to the timeless classics of Johnny Cash and June Carter on Wednesday 31st July as part of its niche Winter Wednesdays series of live shows. Featuring James Rogers and Natasha Shanks from WA’s much loved Little Lord Street Band, the tribute show promises an intimate night to remember. The […]

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FOMO confirms Lizzo is coming to Australia – but no Perth date

FOMO confirms Lizzo is coming to Australia – but no Perth date

FOMO have revealed their massive full line-up for the 2020 festival, including the much anticipated arrival of Lizzo. Acts will include boy band sensation Brockhampton, Canadian producer Kaytranada, Madeon, Jax Jones, Octavian, Rico Nasty and more. The festival will be heading to Brisbane, Adelaide, Sydney and Melbourne in January, with Perth missing out on the […]

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Bell Shakespeare company get ready for ‘Much Ado About Nothing’

Bell Shakespeare company get ready for ‘Much Ado About Nothing’

The Bell Shakespeare Company is in the rehearsal room getting reading for their upcoming production of the popular Shakespeare play Much Ado About Nothing.  The comedic play with it’s calls of “Hey Nonny Nonny” will be at the State Theatre Centre for a short season from 7th – 10th August. In the timeless tale Claudio and […]

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