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FILM REVIEW Exodus: Gods and Kings

Joel Edgerton and Christian Bale star in <em>Exodus: Gods and Kings</em>, in cinemas now.

TIDAL waves, a river of dead fish, swarms of hopping frogs, chirping locusts and the struggle with religion and God fail to raise the pulse in this epic, big budget telling of Moses’ story. more »

Girls will be girls

<I>Zero Motivatio</I>n is a quirky movie about female military service, Israeli-style.

THOSE who get squeamish over paper cuts might have nil incentive to watch Zero Motivation, but broader-minded audiences will laugh at its absurdity. more »

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Music

All work is play for Timmy Trumpet

  Timmy Trumpet will play at Metropolis Fremantle on December 20.

TAKING time out from his allocated day off to chat to Community Newspaper Group, Tim Smith, better known as Timmy Trumpet, says he is addicted to being busy. more »

Early choice pays off for WASO player

WA Symphony Orchestra principal clarinet player Allan Meyer will perform at Symphony in the City this weekend. Taken by Andrew Ritchie

SOMETIMES the most simple of decisions can shape a person’s career. more »

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Arts

Actor shows dark side in new Les Mis

Hayden Tee pours his hears into the role of the villain Javert in the new staging of <em>Les Miserables</em> at Crown Theatre.

THERE are only two musical theatre actors in the world who have performed the roles of both Marius and Javert in professional productions of Les Miserables, and New Zealand’s Hayden Tee is one of them. more »

Fifth doctor back to treat Perth audience

Peter Davison as the fifth Doctor.

WHEN Peter Davison agreed to become the fifth Doctor in 1981, little did he know he would still be involved with Doctor Who more than a quarter of a century later. more »

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Restaurants

Sean makes gelato just beautiful-Lee

Sean Lee shows some of his gelato creations. Picture: Matt Jelonek   d430363

A LOVE for gelato was the inspiration for former Western Force chief operating officer Sean Lee’s latest venture, Gusto Gelato. more »

Five-star fish on budget

Bookings for six or more are advisable at Paul Zammit’s A Fish Called Inglewood. Picture: Marcus Whisson    d428419

WANDA might not have moved into Beaufort Street but a Fish Called Inglewood certainly has. more »

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