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West Australian Ballet’s brilliant production of ‘Dracula’ is back

West Australian Ballet’s brilliant production of ‘Dracula’ is back

Dracula | His Majesty’s Theatre | Until 26th September | ★ ★ ★ ★ ★  When the West Australian Ballet premiered their production of Dracula back in 2018 it was a huge undertaking for the company. Creating a new work from scratch is no small feat, it was  major financial commitment for the ambitious company.  The debut season was a huge […]

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Review | ‘The Translators’ keeps audiences guessing til the end

Review | ‘The Translators’ keeps audiences guessing til the end

The Translators | Dir: Régis Roinsard | ★ ★ ★ ★ ½  French writer/director Régis Roinsard has crafted a claustrophobic Agatha Christie style thriller that keeps the audience guessing until the very end. There are many twists and turns in this fast-paced film that features a multinational cast of superb actors. The suave and arrogant head of […]

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Bibliophile | ‘A Saint from Texas’ challenges class, sexuality & power

A Saint from Texas by Edmund White Bloomsbury Yvonne (pronounced Why-von in Texas) and Yvette (pronounced Why-vet) Crawford are twin sisters born in Ranger, Texas – once the oil capital of America before the wells ran dry in the 1930s. Their mother died in the 1950s and their father had millions in oil money in […]

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John Course breathes new life in Liberty X’s tune ‘Just a Little’

John Course breathes new life in Liberty X’s tune ‘Just a Little’

Top DJ John Course has delivered a new tune, a cover of the Liberty X song Just a Little. The Australian DJ breathes new life into the much loved tune giving it a smooth house sound. Having been part of the house music scene since its emergence in Australia, Course first came to prominence by winning the Victorian […]

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David Tennant plays one of Britain’s worst serial killers in ‘Des’

David Tennant plays one of Britain’s worst serial killers in ‘Des’

David Tennant will portray one of Britain’s worst serial killers in the new three part TV series Des, which is coming to streaming service Stan this month. In 1983 police arrested 47 year old Dennis Nilsen after a worker discovered human remains blocking the drainage pipes at his apartment. After finding more dismembered body parts in his […]

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Steps return with new album ‘What the Future Holds’

Steps return with new album ‘What the Future Holds’

Three years after they made a huge comeback UK pop legends Steps – aka Claire, Faye, H, Lee and Lisa – will return once again with their new album, What The Future Holds, to be released on November 27th 2020 and they’ll be following up with a UK tour in late 2021. The five-piece premiered […]

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TV series ‘The Walking Dead’ will come to a halt with Season 11

TV series ‘The Walking Dead’ will come to a halt with Season 11

Long running TV series The Walking Dead will come to a close with it’s eleventh series in 2021 and 2022. The final season will be a massive 24 episodes and run over two years. The current series was interrupted with the outbreak of Covid-19 leaving fans high and dry, and just episode away from the series finale.  […]

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Bibliophile: The Erasure Initiative is a thrilling ride

Bibliophile: The Erasure Initiative is a thrilling ride

The Erasure Initiative by Lili Wilkinson Allen & Unwin Day 1 and Cecily wakes up in a driverless bus. She knows that is her name as she has a nametag, but she doesn’t remember anything else about herself. Out of the window there is ocean to one side and tropical jungle to the other but […]

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Bibliophile | ‘Cinderella is Dead’ by Kalynn Bayron

Bibliophile | ‘Cinderella is Dead’ by Kalynn Bayron

Cinderella is Dead by Kalynn Bayron Bloomsbury Variations of the Cinderella story have been told for nearly 2000 years and the mythology of the popular fairy tale lingers in our cultural ether even today. While the Grimm brothers’ tale is a lot darker than the Disney one, the possibility that magic can transform a destitute […]

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Neneh Cherry releases two remixes to support Black Trans Project

Neneh Cherry releases two remixes to support Black Trans Project

Neneh Cherry has released two remixes of tunes from her recent album, and is donating the profits to the Black Trans Project. The Black Trans Project is a peer lead grassroots project whose objectives are to support and improve the wellbeing of the Black Trans(gender) Community. Kong has been remixed by Forrest Swords, while Slow Release is given […]

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