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Christoper Dragon, the conductor who sometimes dresses as a T-Rex

Christoper Dragon, the conductor who sometimes dresses as a T-Rex

Christopher Dragon is no stranger to the orchestra. Having spent much of the past few years in Colorado, Perth-born Dragon is back visiting, to conduct WASO’s Favourites series in February, and A Symphonic Tribute to Comic-Con in April. OUTInPerth spoke to him recently, shortly after he had come back to Perth from Colorado USA, where […]

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Limelight Theatre take on ‘Death of a Salesman’

Limelight Theatre take on ‘Death of a Salesman’

Waneroo’s Limelight Theatre are taking on one Arthur Miller’s great plays with their production of Death of a Salesman.  The play premiered on Broadway in 1949 won the Pulitzer Prize and the Tony Award for Best Play. Over the years many acclaimed actors have taken on the lead role of Willy Loman. Kathleen Del Casale directs […]

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Electric Fields are here to jolt Perth Festival Chevron Gardens to life

Electric Fields are here to jolt Perth Festival Chevron Gardens to life

Perth Festival is almost here, and as artists, musicians and performers flock to Perth, newcomers on the block are ready to stun. One anticipated performance at Chevron Gardens is the electrifying Electric Fields, a collaboration between vocalist Zaachariaha Fielding and producer Michael Ross, who together produce music self-described as combining modern electric-soul music with ancient […]

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Rachel McAdams and Rachel Weisz reignite their love in Disobedience

Rachel McAdams and Rachel Weisz reignite their love in Disobedience

Rachel’s McAdams and Weisz fight their families, faith and selves in this stirring new trailer for Disobedience from director Sebastián Lelio. Based on the debut novel by Naomi Alderman Disobedience follows the story of Ronit (Weisz), who was expelled from her Orthodox Jewish community for her attraction to Esti (McAdams). Now after the death of her father, Ronit […]

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Can’t stop the rock! Brendan Irving on Rocky Horror

Brendan Irving is having the time of his life in The Rocky Horror Show, the musical theatre actor is playing the title role of Rocky for the third time in his career and and he admits its a role he relishes. “I just wanted this role so badly. When your on stage in this production, […]

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Photographer Richard Hedger captures Mardi Gras memories

Photographer Richard Hedger captures Mardi Gras memories

A new book from photographer Richard Hedger celebrates 40 years of gay liberation in Australia by capturing some of the LGBTI communities most intriguing and colourful members. As the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras marks it’s 40th year, Hedger set about photographing 40 queer folk to capture their stories of floats, fun, fantasy and […]

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Bibliophile | Joan of Arc faces the future in The Book of Joan

The Book of Joan by Lidia Yuknavitch Allen & Unwin   Where to start? Maybe with a quote from the book. “Once there was a girl from France. She heard a song and became a warrior for her country, but her country lost its shape and aim in the Wars, as all countries did, and […]

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Artist William Yang brings his stories to Perth Writers Festival

Artist William Yang brings his stories to Perth Writers Festival

Chinese-Australian artist William Yang is a master storyteller. A photographer, filmmaker, performer and writer, Yang has documented and observed Australia’s LGBTI+ community from Sydney over decades. Known for his intimate perspective and unique style, Yang will be heading to Perth as part of this year’s Perth Festival for a special discussion about his work, sexuality, […]

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Tex Perkins returns as the Man in Black – Johnny Cash

Tex Perkins returns as the Man in Black – Johnny Cash

After a sell-out stint with The Man In Black in Melbourne’s Athenaeum Theatre at the end of 2017, Tex Perkins is once again reprising his Helpmann Award-winning role – this time for a massive Australian tour. Tex, along with the Tennessee Four and Rachael Tidd, will hit the road throughout May and June, taking The […]

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Kyle Bielfield delivers his version of A-ha’s mega hit ‘Take on Me’

Kyle Bielfield delivers his version of A-ha’s mega hit ‘Take on Me’

Kyle Bielfield has a new album on the way, Manhattan is an album inspired by time spent in New York City. One of the first tracks released from the record though come from Scandinavia, it’s a simple rendition of A-ha’s breakthrough hit Take One Me. The video sees Kyle recreate the Norwegian band’s iconic video, while […]

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