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MUSICAL theatre performer Brendan Hanson can instantly drop into a very convincing Scottish accent, which is just as well considering his latest role is in Black Swan State Theatre Company’s final production for the season, Midsummer (A Play with Son more »
OUTDATED and deteriorating pianos are transforming into renewed forms of art at the exhibition titled Piano at the Moores Building in Fremantle, until November 10. more »
WHILE Perth’s King Street may no longer be an inner city slum and people aren’t jailed for public drunkenness, historian Dr Leigh Straw believes there are still many similarities between today’s society and that of the early 20th century. more »
IT was after a chance meeting between Evgeny Amosov and Vladimir Moiseev that the Russian dancers realised they shared the same creative principles, attitudes and aspirations towards setting up their own company. more »
CHOREOGRAPHER Laura Boynes has taken a trip down memory lane this year when asked back to her old stomping ground of WAAPA’s LINK Dance company. more »
YOU would think that after working on her first solo production The Hardest Way to Make an Omelette that Jessica Harlond-Kenny would be sick of eggs, but she’s not, and can often be found eating a cracked hard-boiled egg during rehearsals. more »
ON advice from her “drag mother” Panache, Kenwick drag queen Electra Thigh (Daniel Morrison) entered herself in national drag competition Queens of the Galaxy and will represent WA in December. more »
THREE Perth women will display what they have in common with Henri Matisse at their exhibition, Fauvettes, opening November 1. more »
AS a “total Stones fan,” it’s no surprise Mosman Park artist and fashion designer Anna McEachran has named her new solo exhibition after a popular The Rolling Stones song. more »
THE premise for Proximity Festival is simple - one artist and one audience member alone in a space together for about 15 minutes. more »
IT may be the first time that Rachelle Durkin and Natalie Aroyan have worked together but the sopranos have at least two things in common - their love of opera and New York. more »
SHE has been leading groups of visitors around the Art Gallery of WA since 1979, and still finds the exhibitions exciting. more »
A PICTURE of Harry Houdini in handcuffs piqued a young Paul Cosentino’s interest in the world of magic and illusions. more »
ALTHOUGH there might be a few slight differences to the classic fairy tale, the apple still reigns supreme in Wembley Theatre Company’s latest pantomime, The Secret of Snow White. more »
IT was during the RAW Comedy final at His Majesty’s Theatre seven years ago that Comedy Lounge venue co-ordinator Johnny McAllister was introduced to the cabaret-style Downstairs at the Maj space. more »
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Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Rosanna Candler with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Rosanna Candler with this week's Dog Refuge update.