The Memory of Water | Black Swan State Theatre Company
It has been a while since I’ve seen a really decent and reliable show like The Memory of Water.

Ross Noble
If the extroverted, attention-thriving, entertaining personality type ever needed a poster child, Ross Noble would be the man for the job.

Lord of the Flies | WhipLash Theatre

With Nigel Williams’ dramatic adaptation of William Golding’s classic Lord of the Flies, director Gregory Jones has chosen a highly challenging work.

God of Carnage | Black Swan State Theatre Company
God of Carnage begins innocently enough. Two sets of parents meet to resolve a fight between their two 11 yr old sons that resulted in a bruised face and two damaged teeth.

Alaska | Hook in Eye

If perhaps you might say that the racially driven film Crash wears its heart on its sleeve, then Hook in Eye's Alaska undoubtedly wears its raging bile duct.

Mozart's Requiem | WASO
The excellent quality of the pieces and the players was evident in the performance, arguably one of the best I have seen over the last year.

True Stories | Bangarra Dance Theatre

For their first Perth tour in over eight years, the company brings the double bill of True Stories, vivid interpretations of two contrasting Australian Aboriginal experiences.

The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik: Deep Sea Explorer | Weeping Spoon

With a seamless pastiche of multimedia, music and light, Tim Watts’ The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik: Deep Sea Explorer hits the nail right on the head. 

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