30 | Jeff Green

I always think of Jeff Green as an eminently likeable bloke. I have seen him before several times and he’s always a reliable bet for a good laugh. He has an easy relaxed manner. A sort of everyman approach.

Randy’s Anti-Crisis

As we entered the theatre the stage was set with a small alter and there were candles grouped on either side. A cowled figure knelt before the alter. Then the figure stood revealing himself to be the purple faced one.

From Bodycoat to Barbra | Ali Bodycoat

Ali Bodycoat was in perfect form last evening at the Ellington Jazz Club. Her tribute to Barbra Streisand could not have been lovelier. With her exquisite phrasing and crisp enunciation she was absolutely terrific paying tribute to the divine diva.

2018 FringeWorld Gala

FringeWorld 2018 is, as ever, full of eclectic performances, even within a single presenter or venue’s program.

Bring It On | Black Box Performing Arts

Clever, fun, sometimes moving, and always bringing it, Bring It On is a hoot, and showcases of some of the best youth performances I’ve ever seen.

Still Living in the 70s | Melissa Langton and Mark Jones

What a pleasure it is to see Melissa Langton and Mark Jones back in Perth after a few year’s absence. These two are so prodigiously talented they make the show fly past.

Soup | Deadly Entertainment

Short, witty feminist kitchen sink drama with an all-male cast.

Very Strange Things | Lawrence Leung

Lawrence Leung makes his first appearance at the Perth Fringe Festival this year, and what a reliably funny, confounding and confusingly clever performer he is.

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