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This year, Bell Shakespeare are bringing Othello to stages across the country, including Perth in August 17-20. Here's what audiences can expect from this exciting production.
For the most part, Finding Dory feels like a “greatest hits” of what made its predecessor and other Pixar movies such enjoyable family entertainment: Gorgeous animation, funny character-specific jokes, and unrelenting optimism in the midst of crushing despair. Also googley eyes.
The Cutting Room Floor and the Australian Greens invite you to a thought provoking evening of theatre – Home Open: An Evening of Green, curated by Senator Scott Ludlam.
On Thursday night, we were lucky enough to catch Melbourne four-piece folk rockers, The Smith Street Band! On top of that, a few weeks ago we caught up with frontman Wil Wagner for a phone interview to discuss future plans for the band, the awful state of Australian politics and his passion for Hip Hop, among other things! You can check out our review of the show here, including a written transcript of the interview with Wil at the end.
something about dragons?
How many Khaleesi speeches does it take to fix a lightbulb? Our resident Maester and a special guest answer that question* and more in our debrief session of this week's episode of Game of Thrones: "Blood of My Blood".
*100 times more than necessary, obviously.
After an all ages show at The Garage the night before, the band hit Jack Rabbit Slims on Saturday the 14th of May, with FOAM, Rag N Bone and Shit Narnia supporting. It was also the first opportunity for many Junkie fans to see the new fourth member, bassist Harley Barnaby in action.
Skin finds the producer attempting to hit the middle ground between reaching the largest audience possible and expanding on his experimental tendencies. It should prove a hit with fans and newcomers and set him apart from his flurry of imitators.
Join us as our resident Maesters talk about how this week’s Game of Thrones pulled a “LOST” and what #HoldTheDoor means for the future/past of the show.
A little bit of Splendour is coming to WA in the form of contemporary electronic Baritone wonder, James Blake.
Hot Saucerman is bringing a live version of his cult favourite "ironic hipster comedy" podcast and IFC show, Comedy Bang! Bang!, on an Australian tour this August, and yes, that includes Perth as well.
Audiences get to feel joy for once as literal and figurative sick burns are dealt in this week's emotionally-charged episode of Game of Thrones. Join us as our resident Maesters dive deep into this Season 6 Episode 4: "Book of The Stranger"