A choir and conductor For the love of indie tunes
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For the love of indie tunes

7 February 2019

With over 100 members, Perth indie-pop choir Menagerie has no trouble filling an auditorium with harmonies. But what does it take to muster so many voices…

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Michaela Burger Lady on stage, arms wide open Cabaret from the heart
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Cabaret from the heart

7 February 2019

The name Coober Pedy conjures up images of the Australian outback, of heat, mines and, of course, opals. It’s not a name you’d normally associate with…

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Dolly D*mond  Lady hosting game show Filling in the blanks with Dolly
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Filling in the blanks with Dolly

6 February 2019

With celebrity panellists pitted against contestants,  running jokes and a backdrop of double entendre comments,  TV game show Blankety Blanks (and other versions) played to audiences in …

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The Ides of March 2 men in Roman clothes, 1 in Shakespearan clothes and lady in modern clothes If Shakespeare could turn back time
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If Shakespeare could turn back time

6 February 2019

What do you get when you send Shakespeare to Ancient Rome? In Kieran Bullock’s new play The Ides of March, William Shakespeare prepares to write Julius Caesar…

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Paper Doll Man and Woman, man's arm round shoulder of woman, coming across her neck. Ghosts and dolls
Q&A

Ghosts and dolls

2 February 2019

New Ghosts Theatre Company’s founder and director, Lucy Clements, has been busy since graduating from WAAPA just three years ago. Under her guidance, the Sydney-based independent…

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Two people sitting on a wooden crate, back to back, having a snack. Feats for hands and feet
Feature

Feats for hands and feet

31 January 2019

Perth-born juggler Jeromy Zwick and Finnish tightwire dancer Liisa Näykki are united by their love of circus… and each other. As circus duo Hands Some Feet…

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From sex worker to comedian
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From sex worker to comedian

30 January 2019

Bella Green has worked in brothels, strip clubs, peepshows, dungeons, massage parlours and adult shops… and she’s here to tell the tale. Her debut show Bella Green…

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Peggy Lee and Judy Garland. The Ellington, Feb 6-10. 8.45pm.800x800 copy Channelling the greats
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Channelling the greats

28 January 2019

Singer Ali Bodycoat will need no introduction to local jazz aficionados. A regular performer at Perth’s Ellington Jazz Club, she’s also a Fringe World veteran. This…

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A pop-up in three part harmony
The Fringe Sessions

A pop-up in three part harmony

25 January 2019

Instachoir is exactly what it sounds like… a pop-up gig, choir-style. It’s the choir for those who fear commitment but love to sing and it’s the…

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Mr Gorski Man large glasses, moustache and caution tape Catch him if you can!
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Catch him if you can!

25 January 2019

It may have started with a stutter, but Daniel Gorski’s career looks pretty smooth from this angle. His alter ego, Mr Gørski, has been touring arts…

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