If you like Shakespeare but have a short attention span, you’ll probably find something to enjoy here.
Off the back of their latest album, Ultralife, dazzling duo Oh Wonder will be gracing the stage at the Rosemount Hotel next Thursday night
Britain’s rocking roots trio Kitty, Daisy & Lewis brought their infectious energy and nostalgia-soaked fusion of rockabilly, vintage country and first-generation rhythm and blues to the Perth Festival last weekend. Read our review here.
The Three Deaths of Ebony Black is a farcical romp reminiscent of Death at a Funeral - without the drugs, nudity and secret lovers. Which was a relief, because my date for the evening was my ten year old nephew.
An explorative work built on improvisation and audience interaction, CollageN is going where few have gone before.
Lauded as one of the heavyweights of British dance, Michael Clark has finally brought his 'To a Simple Rock Song' dance production to Perth. Read our review here.
A Fringe Festival newbie embarks on his first Fringe adventure with Rian Howlett’s journey into the Museum of Lost Things, an interdimensional black hole where all things lost go to live out their days.
Resonant drumming, martial arts and serene set design grounds the oriental production held at the gorgeous His Majesty's Theatre.
This esteemed collective from the northern French city of Lille pushes the limits of physical ability and brings poetry to the body in motion with daring, gasp-inducing stunts. The 22 acrobats will make your jaw drop in wonder as they catapult each other through the air or create multi-storey human towers of power.
Briefs: Close Encounters is a marriage of theatre, dance, guylesque, and circus performance, leaving the audience stunned and amazed.
If Elixir’s opening night is anything to go by, then Perth is in for a treat. You'll be dripping with sweat and crying with laughter, and absolutely begging for more.
Hot Brown Honey is a melange of comedy, hip hop beats, contemporary dance, circus and cabaret conspiring to change the way its audience sees the world.
Make no mistake, Black Panther is consistently entertaining, even occasionally channeling the joie de vivre of an old Bond movie.
Rarely does a show with so many players capture the fundamental essence of human relationships, but this one has it in the bag. A diverse tale of individual and collective histories, a living tapestry for all who behold it, and one of those 'all' should be you.
Testoni knows stories are anything but silly. She gives a voice and a face to a Victorian-era girl who is graceful and fierce, young in her curiosity, but wise in her insight.
The 50-minute show was an immersive experience of cosmic proportions, with stardust-filled stories floating around farther than the eye could see.
Chase Paradise presents a night of sex-positive comedy that has the audience out of their seats and dancing with her.
The romantic art-horror film Thelma enchants and ensnares, much like its unusual genre mashup suggests.
In our first Spoiler Nation episode 0f 2018, we break down nominees in this year's major Oscar categories and give you a brief spoiler-free review of Greta Gerwig's directorial debut, "Lady Bird".