From Amsterdam to Mars | Sven Ratzke

Despite the rather fearsome photo accompanying the media release, Ratzke presented an elegant figure onstage.

Jones opened in a familiar vein, taking an old standard and utilising his marvellous voice to play havoc with the timing of the music and the lyrics. Just in Time was a lovely salute to a past era.

Bread and Circuses | Stephen K Amos

Saturday night in Perth: “Were we up for laughs?” The vociferous response should have settled any doubts on his part.

By a Thread | One Fell Swoop

Strongly choreographed and tightly presented celebration of circus and aerial skills.

likenobodyswatching | Jake Simonds

Surreal story telling marked by modern day myths and heroes

Condensed Literature: The Iliad | Black Martini

Enthusiastic and ambitious romp through an accelerated epic.

Swing Man | Damian Callinan

Having seen Cullinan's previous shows The Merger and The Lost WW 1 Diary, which to be correct, were really short, one man plays rather than a stand-up comedy act, I wondered how he could stretch a dance craze into a show. My fears were unfounded.

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