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A bus on a stage has 4 singers on top and in front three characters in bell bottom pants and elaborate rainbow wigs, dance with a man in traditional Indigenous Australian clothes Road trip royalty arrive in the West
Reviews

Road trip royalty arrive in the West

10 May 2021

The musical Priscilla Queen of the Desert premieres in Perth, celebrating diversity with lavish abandon, says Rosalind Appleby.

Reading time • 6 minutesMusical Theatre
Greenfield giveaway
Competitions

Greenfield giveaway

6 May 2021

Be part of the opening night buzz when independent film Greenfield premieres at Luna Palace Cinemas. Seesaw has two double passes to giveaway.

Reading time • 2 minutesFilm
A bold red wall is the back drop for two smiling women as they sit at a desk in front of microphones Seesaw on RTRFM’s Artbeat
Features

Seesaw on RTRFM’s Artbeat

5 May 2021

Seesaw’s Co-Managing Editors Nina Levy and Rosalind Appleby were guests on RTRFM, discussing their business journey and the way quality arts journalism helps build a better arts ecosystem for Western Australia.

Reading time • 2 minutesMulti-arts
Reading time • 2 minutesMusic
Four people dressed in white tones hold stringed instruments, in front of a stone wall A program for Perth
Q&A

A program for Perth

28 April 2021

It’s been more than a year since the Australian String Quartet have performed in Perth and they are celebrating with three exciting concerts, including the world premiere of a work by Perth composer Lachlan Skipworth. Rosalind Appleby finds out more, including how to win free tickets!

Reading time • 9 minutesMusic
Two women stand framed by camera and lighting equipment. Behind them is a wooden staircase and their hands rest on a green chair in front of them How did we get here?
Opinion

How did we get here?

16 April 2021

Seesaw Magazine is pioneering a new way of producing professional arts journalism. Find out how you can support us and keep courageous, professional and independent journalism alive.

Reading time • 6 minutesMulti-arts
Two women and a man in bright costumes make bubbles from string. They are standing under trees Foolish fun makes great debut
Kids

Foolish fun makes great debut

14 April 2021

Total Theatre Company make their professional debut with a circus-infused production of Alice that Rosalind Appleby and junior reviewer Bethany Stopher say had younger children enthralled.

Reading time • 7 minutesTheatre
A woman in a skirt and black hat and wand sits on a broom stick, next to a puppet dog (being held from behind by a man) and a girl in a striped cat suit. Family fun at the theatre
Kids

Family fun at the theatre

8 April 2021

Need a school holiday belly laugh? There’s room for everyone in this heart-warming theatrical adaptation of Julia Donaldson’s classic book Room on the Broom, finds Rosalind Appleby.

Reading time • 4 minutesTheatre
A man in a rust-coloured collared shirt stands with his hands folded under the sign Boucla Cafe Discover your operatic palette
Q&A

Discover your operatic palette

1 April 2021

What’s the most decadent cultural experience you can think of? The West Australian Opera have launched their 2021 Cooking with Opera series which brings together the opulence of opera with luxury food. Daniele Foti-Cuzzola shares more about this highly indulgent program currently unfolding in Subiaco.

Reading time • 9 minutesMusic
A choir and orchestra dressed in black fill a wooden concert hall stage Easter (Oratorio) arrives in Perth
Reviews

Easter (Oratorio) arrives in Perth

1 April 2021

The St George’s Cathedral Consort expands the musical horizon for West Australians in this Holy Week collaboration with the West Australian Symphony Orchestra.

Reading time • 6 minutesMusic

Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio