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Making their grand entrance onto the stage, clad only in velvet superhero-like capes, the fabulously peppy puppeteers introduced themselves, and faster than any of us anticipated, we were “introduced” to their willies, the true stars of the show.
Thursday, 03 April 2014 | Read more
There are some artists that you can always count on to make you laugh, the caliber of comedian that you can watch countless times and never get tired of. Stephen K Amos is one such artist and his latest show What Does the K Stand For? is no exception.
Tuesday, 01 April 2014 | Read more
With multiple Muppets adorning the side of the stage like prizes to be won at a carnival, from the onset an audience knows Puppet Up is going to be keeper. Colourful, fast and fun, it's a 2014 MICF addition that won't disappoint.
Sunday, 30 March 2014 | Read more
From the get-go, it's clear that Deceit is positioned as a magic act in a world of its own; it straddles the gap between expert sleight-of-hand and a welcoming self-deprecation, that's rare in pieces as polished as this.
Saturday, 29 March 2014 | Read more
Standover Man is an ideal fit for Perth Theatre Trust and Subiaco Arts Centre's inaugural Independent Theatre Festival; the festival is focused on giving previously staged works new life in a new venue to help independent theatre creatives reach new audiences.
Friday, 28 March 2014 | Read more
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