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Irish comedian Dylan Moran locks in an Australian tour

Irish comedian Dylan Moran locks in an Australian tour

Irish comedian Dylan Moran will be returning to Australia with his new show Dr Cosmos. He’ll play The Riverside Theatre in Perth on 14th November. Moran will be in Australia for a two-month tour starting in Wollongong on 23 October, 2019 as part of a massive international tour.  Moran will once again offer his unique take […]

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Abbe May will play two very different shows at Clancy’s in June

Abbe May will play two very different shows at Clancy’s in June

To help fund the recording of her next album Red Flag Abbe May is playing two shows at Clancy’s Fish Pub on 14th and 15th of June.   In the glow of the immense critical success of her 2018 album Fruit, Abbe May prepares to record her sixth studio album Red Flag. Fans have already had a taste […]

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Zach Adams: Love Songs For Future Girl returns for one night only

Zach Adams: Love Songs For Future Girl returns for one night only

To celebrate the ten year anniversary of his show Love Songs for Future Girl, Perth’s own award-winning Rock’n’roll funny man, Zack Adams returns from a six year hiatus for one night only before embarking on a 3 month tour of the Canadian Fringe circuit. After the success of his latest show The Ballad Of Frank […]

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Dance company Co3 gets ready to cross ‘The Line’

Dance company Co3 gets ready to cross ‘The Line’

As contemporary dance company Co3 begins its fourth year, Artistic Director Raewyn Hill says she feels the company is entering a new phase. “The last three years were about the inheritance our legacy, and establishing what we were going to be.” Hill said, “How we were going to uphold the three parts of the organisation, the […]

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Renee Zellweger becomes Judy Garland in first trailer for ‘Judy’

Renee Zellweger becomes Judy Garland in first trailer for ‘Judy’

Renee Zellweger has totally transformed in the first trailer for the upcoming biopic focusing on the life of the legendary Judy Garland. Judy follows Garland as she arrives in London in 1968, preparing to battle through illness and addiction to perform in sold-out theatres for her fans. Based on the Tony-Award nominated Broadway play End of […]

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Bibliophile | Martin Holmen brings queerness to the Noir genre with ‘Slugger’

Slugger by Martin Holmen Echo Publishing Martin Holmen teaches history in Stockholm and this is the third Harry Kvist book in his Stockholm Trilogy, following Clinch and Down For The Count. It is 1932 and the mafia is struggling to maintain a hold while Stockholm is in the midst of the depression. German refuges are […]

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Stella Donnelly releases dark video for upbeat track ‘Die’

Stella Donnelly releases dark video for upbeat track ‘Die’

Stella Donnelly has released a new video for Die, a track taken from her critically acclaimed debut full-length album, Beware of the Dogs. The video was directed by sister-duo Giraffe Studios, and stars Donnelly herself dressed in dramatic and vibrant costumes throughout. Donnelly said working with the creative team was a dream for her and […]

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Joel Creasey chats about Eurovision 2019 as he flies out for Tel Aviv

Joel Creasey chats about Eurovision 2019 as he flies out for Tel Aviv

Joel Creasey is joining Myf Warhurst to commentate Eurovision 2019, it’s the duo’s third time behind the microphones for the international singing competition. Before flying out to Tel Aviv, Creasey caught up with Graeme Watson to chat about the 2019 competition, who he thought stood a chance to win, and why he things Kate Miller-Heidke […]

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Director Barry Park brings August: Osage County to Playlovers

Director Barry Park brings August: Osage County to Playlovers

Tracey Letts’ play August: Osage County will soon be playing in Perth. Presented by Playlovers, and directed by Barry Park (pictured), this insightful and compassionate study of an American family in meltdown will be playing at The Latvian Centre Theatre in Belmont from 21st June to 6th July. This play, which won the 2008 Pulitzer Prize […]

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Review | Black Swan’s ‘Water’ is filled with outstanding performances

Review | Black Swan’s ‘Water’ is filled with outstanding performances

Water | State Theatre Centre | Until 26th May | ★ ★ ★ ½  Black Swan State Theatre Company present a brand new work from playwright Jane Bodie and Director Emily McLean. Across three acts Water juxtaposes three different stories touching on joint themes of environmentalism and drought, immigration, politics and race. In the first half of the […]

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