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Review | Weyes Blood delivers haunting and engrossing show

Weyes Blood | Chevron Lighthouse | 23rd Feb 2020 | ★ ★ ★ ★  Natalie Mering has been recording as Weyes Blood since 2011 and has produced four albums of material, but it has been her most recent record Terminal Rising that got critics attention and saw her record listed as one of the best of 2019 when […]

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Review | Hansel and Gretel was magical fun for all the family

Review | Hansel and Gretel was magical fun for all the family

Hansel and Gretel | Supreme Court Gardens | 22nd Feb | ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ WA Opera presented their annual Opera in the Park event on Sunday night and it was a fun and frolicking affair with Hansel and Gretel.  Performed in English, the opera is a light hearted and comical telling of the Grimm brothers classic fairytale, […]

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Benny Andersson says new ABBA music will come in 2020

Benny Andersson says new ABBA music will come in 2020

ABBA member Benny Andersson has shared that he expects the new music the band recorded a few years ago to be released in 2020. The band announced that a new documentary on the bands history would air, and a groundbreaking hologram live experience would be touring the world, and these projects had inspired the foursome […]

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Kickstart Youth Festival will kick off with a concert in a car park

Kickstart Youth Festival will kick off with a concert in a car park

Indigenous-Australian, hip-hop musician Ziggy Ramo will headline Free Parking: Kickstart Carpark Music on Saturday 18 April. The event held at the Art Gallery of WA Carpark is part of Youth Week WA KickstART Festival 2020, presented by Propel Youth Arts. Young people are invited to a night of live music, dancing and food trucks. Free Parking […]

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Review | ‘Colossus’ stands tall as a breathtaking feat of dance theatre

Review | ‘Colossus’ stands tall as a breathtaking feat of dance theatre

Colossus | State Theatre Centre | Until Feb 23 | ★ ★ ★ ★ ★  Fifty dancers take to the stage in Colossus, a fitting name for a massively ambitious and breathtaking performance envisaged by choreographer Stephanie Lake. Originally performed in Melbourne, Lake has re-staged the performance with fifty Perth dancers as part of Perth Festival. With just two […]

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‘RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars’ returns for fifth season this June

‘RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars’ returns for fifth season this June

RuPaul’s Drag Race season 12 is set to kick off next weekend, but the team have already announced we will be getting even more queens this year. The fifth season of All Stars, which brings back past competitors and fan favourites, will be heading to our screens this June. The news comes as producers have announced […]

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‘WOMXN: Hard and Soft’ exhibition coming to Spectrum Project Space

‘WOMXN: Hard and Soft’ exhibition coming to Spectrum Project Space

A new exhibition is coming to Edith Cowan University’s exhibition space, exploring the experiences of women and non-binary people. WOMXN: Hard and Soft brings together the work of female and non-binary artists studying or graduated from ECU, delving into the overarching theme of ‘Hard and Soft’. Curated by Olivia Colja, the works aethetically and metaphorically […]

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Review | ‘Hofesh in the Yard’ is contemporary dance at its best

Review | ‘Hofesh in the Yard’ is contemporary dance at its best

Hofesh in the Yard | State Theatre Centre | Until 1st March | ★ ★ ★ ★ ★  Hofesh Shechter, the Israeli born choreographer, who is based in London, is one of the big names in the world contemporary dance.  He’s presented his work around the world, choreographed the memorable dance opening in the second series of Skins, […]

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‘Real Housewives of Melbourne’ reveals season 5 cast

‘Real Housewives of Melbourne’ reveals season 5 cast

The Real Housewives of Melbourne are finally returning to our screens and the reality series’ fifth season promises returning favourites and new faces. Original cast members Gina Liano, Janet Roach and Lydia Schiavello will all be heading back to Toorak, along with fellow veteran Gamble Breaux, who entered the ring in season 2. This year […]

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Pride in the Park brings the family fun to Curtin this Sunday

Pride in the Park brings the family fun to Curtin this Sunday

Curtin University and Vic Park Pride are putting on a fabulous family fun day on campus this Sunday. The all ages event will be celebrating all things Pride with drag competitions, games, face painting, picnic areas and much more. DJ Feminem will be spinning on the decks, and there’ll be food trucks and a pop […]

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