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Young Originals: Celebrate student artists at Spectrum

ECU Mount Lawley are hosting an exhibition of the best artwork from secondary school students across the state in the Spectrum Project Space. The School of Arts and Humanities has teamed up with the Western Australian Secondary School Executive Association (WASSEA) for the sixth year running to hold the ‘Young Originals’ Exhibition, with support from […]

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REVIEW: Angels In America

Angels In America | Black Swan State Theatre Company | State Theatre Centre | Until 19th June | ★ ★ ★ ★ Known as one of the most quintessential stories of the AIDS crisis that ravaged the LGBT community in the 1980’s, Tony Kushner’s ‘Angels In America’ is an artful summary of the boiling cauldron of […]

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64th Perth International Arts Festival program is here

64th Perth International Arts Festival program is here

  Perth International Arts Festival have just announced their 2016 program inspired by visionaries, mavericks and dreamers. The 64th PIAF program delivers a multi-arts experience that celebrates artists from across the globe and provides WA audiences with an opportunity to engage with some of the world’s most creative minds. ‘The Wild Duck’ makes its WA […]

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Review: Once We Were Kings

Review: Once We Were Kings

‘Once We Were Kings’ is a new theatrical offering from Third Culture Kids is an exploration of life being Muslim, queer and how these identities intersect with modern Australia. The show features a series of vignettes of characters sharing their personal stories about family, identity, love and culture. Much of the show is made up […]

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Once We Were Kings: A Majesty to Behold

Once We Were Kings: A Majesty to Behold

One of the exciting new works coming to The Blue Room Theatre this season is ‘Once We Were Kings’, an exploration of identity from theatre company Third Culture Kids. Director Mustafa Al Mahdi spoke to us about the play’s extensive development and collaborative approach. ‘Once We Were Kings’ draws inspiration from fantasy and real life […]

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2015 Arts Overview – What’s on the Menu

2015 Arts Overview – What’s on the Menu

Don’t miss out on any of the big theatrical shows that on this year. We’ve highlighted the big shows coming to our major performing arts companies in 2015. BLACK SWAN THEATRE COMPANY  Venus in Fur A tale of power, sexuality and the blurring of lines between fact and fiction. A New York playwright becomes fascinated […]

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GFest Ready to Make the Midwest Spectacular

GFest Ready to Make the Midwest Spectacular

Next week is the opening of of GFest, the arts and cultural festival that aims to make Geraldton spectacular for ten days of music, performance, art and good times. This year’s GFest has expanded from last year, which featured events over one day, one night and a launch, to a ten day festival of arts […]

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Revelation Perth International Film Festival

Revelation Perth International Film Festival

RPIFF began in 1997 to showcase independent films, documentaries, short films and experimental works. Due to its success, it has expanded over the years to being a major event that includes an academic conference. This year’s festival runs from 5-15 July at the Astor Cinema, Mt Lawley. The program will be available on revelationfilmfest.org after […]

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