The Queen of the Night (Christina Poulitsi) and Pamina (Iwona Sobotka). Photo: Toni Wilkinson, Huge projection of a spider, towering over a tiny person as blood drips down the walls. Opera at its most transformative

Opera at its most transformative

21 February 2019

Perth Festival review: Komische Oper Berlin, Barry Kosky & 1927, ‘Mozart’s The Magic Flute’ ·
His Majesty’s Theatre February 20 ·
Review by Ron Banks ·

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Komische Oper Berlin

Music: Mozart’s The Magic Flute

16 November 2018

20 – 23 February @ His Majesty’s Theatre · Presented by Komische Oper Berlin, Barry Kosky, 1927 · Presented in association with West Australian Opera and…

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First peek at 2019 Perth Festival

8 August 2018

Perth Festival has given us a tantalising glimpse of its 2019 programme, revealing four of the works on the line-up. Returning to open the Festival will…

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Cleaver Street Studio

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