• Artist Selina Teece Pwerl's My Country is a vibrant landscape of red dirt, peppered with spinifex and sparsely spaced trees, a blue green sky in the distance. What to SEE: March gig guide

    What to SEE: March gig guide

    1 March 2023

    As the sun sets on Perth Festival and we edge closer to the cooler months, there’s still plenty of heat in the local arts scene. March into the new season with a diverse mix of music, art, film and so much more.

    Reading time • 10 minutesMulti-arts
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  • A pianist in a checked dress sits at a grand piano, bathed in light, an audience in darkness behind her. Georgie Aué is performing music from her album Desert Sky. Aué finds her own voice with Brazilian beat

    Aué finds her own voice with Brazilian beat

    21 September 2022

    Georgie Aué may have won fans with a tribute show but her album launch reveals a rich catalogue of original material. Kristian Borring revels in an evening of laidback Latin grooves and lush vocals.

    Reading time • 4 minutesMusic
  • Two performers dressed in black on a darkened stage. One is simultaneously playing guitar and piano, the other is moving glass jars Musical explorations from the edge

    Musical explorations from the edge

    27 April 2022

    Tune Noise Tune’s series of experimental performances is giving local audiences new opportunities to hear innovative sounds, and the latest instalment has Kristian Borring mesmerised.

    Reading time • 5 minutesMusic
  • Libby Hammer A woman in a Bavarian costume dances on stage with men behind her wearing lederhosen and playing brass instruments Mein Gott it’s back to the eighties

    Mein Gott it’s back to the eighties

    29 January 2022

    The 80s have arrived at Fringe World. Bourby Webster discovers some of the more quirky ways the decade of cheesy ballads, naughty pop and synth music can be kept alive, with two very brassy tribute shows.

    Reading time • 5 minutesFringe World Festival
  • Two women dressed in leopardskin dresses singing on in the spotlights of a darkened stage for the show Wild Womxn What wild women do

    What wild women do

    21 January 2022

    Simone Craddock and Jessie Gordon are two of Fringe’s busiest artists. Clad in leopard skin and armed with killer voices, their first show celebrates what it is to be a woman in control. Bourby Webster is thrilled to hear them roar!

    Reading time • 4 minutesFringe World Festival
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  • A man holds a microphone and smiles, pointing at the camera. He is wearing a black had an suit against a black backdrop so only his face and hands are illuminated Jazz with benefits

    Jazz with benefits

    15 March 2021

    The pandemic has brought unintended benefits to the Perth jazz scene, says Garry Lee after listening to James Flynn and David Rastrick at the Ellington Jazz Club.

    Reading time • 4 minutesMusic

Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio


Cleaver Street Studio