Now 14 years strong, Laneway once again made Fremantle its final stop for 2019, blessing the Esplanade on Sunday the 9th of February. Read all about it and see some pics here!
Running at the Blue Room Theatre between Feb 13 to Feb 16, Paradise! A Cool & Smart Show is one big laugh you cannot miss this Fringe Season.
Director Clare Watson and a fantastic cast and crew have brought a unique touch to one of the most performed plays in the English language.
A good thriller arrests its audience in their seats, raising their heartbeat and the hairs on their neck. The Guilty’s truly remarkable feat is that it does precisely this, to both its audience and its protagonist.
We speak to Audrey Lureau about the films on offer at this year’s festival.
From getting down to the nitty and gritty of the creative process, to discussing the Perth music scene and their favourite live venues, the four boys gave us a gleaming insight into their journey thus far as a band.
This 2-hour long chaotic production presents disaster after disaster, with each new technical difficulty, injury and personal dispute executed with perfect comedic timing.
“Gatz” is a high-wire act of a show, managing to sustain interest for nearly all of its six hours by extracting all the power from F. Scott Fitzgerald’s beloved little masterpiece.
This launch made it obvious that Butter are well and truly on their way to forging their musical path forward to the next step.
Dada Masilo’s African reimagining of ‘Giselle’ was a dazzling, blood-racing dance to the death at His Majesty’s Theatre.
There is nothing like a live performance that leaves you speechless, elated and buoyant; the virtuosity and creativity exuded by Jazzmeia Horn did exactly that.
We had a quick chat with Thea Woodward from The Tommyhawks in another edition of our Pop Vulture series, ahead of the release of their upcoming album and tour.
While Beach House was one of the musical comforts I’d turn to in the darkest of times, their 90-minute performance at Chevron Gardens made way for newer memories and positive, light-filled associations.
There is no denying it, Tinder is weird. It is a rapid-fire environment of skin-deep swiping. But, humans are weirder. Tinder is merely a tool; it's utility is entirely dependent on the tool-wielder. If you're looking for a screw with a hammer in-hand, you probably won't nail it.
In the first volume of Cafe Nation , the our team got together to celebrate the “hidden gem” cafes in Perth/WA suburbia.
Women are mysterious creatures. I, myself, identify as a woman. I have a vagina and other magical traits. However, I am puzzled by ‘my kind’ almost indefinitely. We are a world of confusion that continues to both reinforce and challenge stereotypes that have been cast upon us. I cannot imagine what the opposite sex might think.
Earlier this week Bill Murray was spotted eating fries from a stranger's plate- Who would blame him? We've all been there. The consensus at Isolated Nation is that chips are life. Our contributors have thought long and hard about the best chippy destinations and present to you our official guide!