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Review | The Nature of Why is inclusive, immersive, incredible theatre

Review | The Nature of Why is inclusive, immersive, incredible theatre

The Nature Of Why | State Theatre Centre | til 23rd Feb | ★ ★ ★ ★ ★  When shared, play allows us to create a place where the stodgy rules of an outside world no longer apply. For a little while, at least. It allows us to suspend ourselves, our beliefs. Our bodies slip into a state […]

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Nothing Chronic (Except Love) brings a unique spoken word experience

Nothing Chronic (Except Love) brings a unique spoken word experience

Every year we lament the commercialisation of Valentines Day, all the while scrambling as we try to book a table at that hot new restaurant. Well, if you’re looking for something unique and out of the box this year – something that will wow your beau while showing how cultural you can be – look […]

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Review | Snuggle up with Our Sandman at Cool Change Contemporary

Review | Snuggle up with Our Sandman at Cool Change Contemporary

Our Sandman | Cool Change Contemporary | til 19th Jan | ★ ★ ★ ★ ½  Imagine a show where you get to snuggle up in a super comfy bed and share in a myriad of weird spoken dreams. Add sipping on chamomile tea, soothing aromatherapy and beautiful visuals that bring you to the blissful edge of […]

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Bibliophile | Maddie Godfrey’s How To Be Held will hold you close

How To Be Held Maddie Godfrey Burning Eye Books Poetry, at its most potent, lingers. How To Be Held by Perth poet Maddie Godfrey certainly lingers long after the initial reading. The words within brim: with potency; with bravery; with belonging. This is the kind of poetry we need right now: compassionate; inventive; inclusive; full […]

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Review | Unveiling: Gay Sex for Endtimes is something else… and more

Unveiling: Gay Sex for Endtimes | Blue Room Theatre | til Aug 25 | ★ ★ ★ ★ ½ Oh my, this show is certainly something else… and then some. Unveiling: Gay Sex For Endtimes is a heady, visceral romp through personal and biblical Revelations. It’s filled with locust queens, bodily fluids and so much queerness you […]

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Review | DROWNING is an intense and delicate exploration of grief

Review | DROWNING is an intense and delicate exploration of grief

DROWNING | Paper Mountain | til Feb 22nd | ★ ★ ★ ★  Grief is a strange beast. It is both quiet and loud, ferocious and soft. It coils around the soul with such an intensity that at times it feels like you are growing a diamond inside your chest. At other times, it feels as though […]

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Review | This modern guide is a fresh take on the superhero genre

Review | This modern guide is a fresh take on the superhero genre

A Modern Guide to Heroism & Sidekickery | The Gold Digger | til Feb 25th | ★ ★ ★ ★  There are certain phrases on social media that we need to stop using. ‘What did I just watch!?’ is one such phrase: clearly you just watched something that made you WTF but you lack the ability to […]

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Review | The Yonder takes us to the weird part of Fringe World

Review | The Yonder takes us to the weird part of Fringe World

  The Yonder | The Blue Room | til Feb 18th | ★ ★ ★ ★  Warning: we have officially landed in the weird part of Fringe. Don’t panic! You will experience, for the next week at least, a sluice of shows that delve deep into the absurd. Set your thrusters to fun and let those shields […]

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Review | Dani Cabs is Poncho Orange

Review | Dani Cabs is Poncho Orange

Poncho Orange | The Belgian Palace | til Feb 18th | ★ ★ ★ ★  Play should be a mandatory part of adult life. I mean, look at us… all dreary with our day time jobs and this oh so chic late capitalist grind on our souls. Is this living? No. But exploring play and playfulness sure […]

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Review | Jacob’s Party is the party of the year

Review | Jacob’s Party is the party of the year

  Jacob’s Party | The Deluxe | til Feb 17th | ★ ★ ★ ★ ★  Side-splittingly brilliant, Jacob’s Party is the millennial torch song for every queer kid who has ever experienced social anxiety. Or for every queer kid who has constantly found themselves on the outside. Or very every queer kid who, like me, just wanted […]

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