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The joy (or not) of comedy
Review

The joy (or not) of comedy

22 January 2020

“While kids are an easy laugh when it comes to scatological matters, they’re also ruthless when it comes to finding people unfunny. There’s no one in a junior audience laughing because they think they’re supposed to laugh.”

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Composer stands next to performer holding her cor anglais Pomp and gloom
Review

Pomp and gloom

17 October 2019

Review: West Australian Symphony Orchestra, ‘Beethoven’s Eroica’ ⋅
Perth Concert Hall, October 11 ⋅
Review by Varnya Bromilow ⋅

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Link Dance Company. Dancing in the dark
Review

Dancing in the dark

6 September 2019

Review: Link Dance Company, ‘In the Dark’ ·
PS Art Space, 4 September ·
Review by Varnya Bromilow ·

Reading time • 4 minutesDance
Aurora Jillibalu Riley, Karina Schiller, Sam Aldham, Spenser Inwood, Adam Malone, Photo: Rob Blackburn. In precarious hands
Review

In precarious hands

26 July 2019

Review: Circus Oz, ‘Precarious’ ·
His Majesty’s Theatre, 25 July·
Review by Varnya Bromilow ·

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Water_Production_Stills-37. Glenda Linscott. Amy Mathews. Emily Rose Brennan. Richard Maganga. photo credit Daniel J Grant A scene from Water, featuring Glenda Linscott. Amy Mathews. Emily Rose Brennan. Richard Maganga The perils of polemic
Review

The perils of polemic

15 May 2019

Review: Black Swan State Theatre Company, ‘Water’ ·
Studio Underground, State Theatre Centre of WA ·
Review by Varnya Bromilow ·

Reading time • 6 minutesTheatre
Phoebe Sullivan in The Double Phoebe Sullivan stands in front of a plethora of projected images of faces in 'The Double'. A compelling take on tech
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A compelling take on tech

26 April 2019

Review: Bow & Dagger, ‘The Double’ ·
The Blue Room Theatre, 24 April ·
Review by Varnya Bromilow ·

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Photo: Toni Wilkinson A line of yellow boats, floating up a river. The sky is very blue. Clear intentions
Review

Clear intentions

21 February 2019

Perth Festival review: Madeleine Flynn& Tim Humphrey, ‘Five Short Blasts’ ·
Derbil Yerrigan (Swan River), 20 February ·
Review by Varnya Bromilow ·

Reading time • 4 minutesFestival
Jordi Savall Foot stomping and whistles!
Review

Foot stomping and whistles!

18 February 2018

Perth Festival review: Jordi Savall ·
Perth Concert Hall, 17 February ·
Review by Varnya Bromilow ·

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