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THREE renowned Perth artists have teamed up to showcase their individual works and support Parkinson’s WA this Christmas. more »
IT is easy to understand why Como actress Jenny Davis has such a deep appreciation and fondness for the works of Charles Dickens. more »
THE sheer size of the castle-like White Big Top begins the awe-inspiring experience of seeing Cavalia: A Magical Encounter Between Human and Horse, where grandstand-style seating faces a 50m long stage of sand, set against a 60m digital scre more »
WITH a number of galleries closing their doors recently, artists have been forced to organise alternative exhibition venues. more »
MAYLANDS theatre maker Arielle Gray likens Perth’s isolation to a cave where creative minds are allowed the opportunity to disappear into the darkness and later re-emerge with a golden nugget of theatrical goodness. more »
THIS year’s group of school leavers may have only just experienced their rite of passage but Jolimont emerging artist Geordie Crawley has been immersed in the end of year 12 ritual since May. more »
IF there is something about the theatrical equestrian spectacular Cavalia: A Magical Encounter Between Human and Horse that tour publicist Eric Paquette doesn’t know, it isn’t worth knowing. more »
A SWARM of bugs, cockroaches, beetles and spiders has surrounded choreographer Rebecca Lalor since May. more »
A CHANCE sighting of an advertisement for Berkeley River Lodge in an in-flight magazine was all it took to inspire North Perth artist Brendon Darby’s latest exhibition,River. more »
PARENTS planning to take children to Roleystone Theatre’s production of Peter Pan should take note: they may return home with wannabe actors on their hands. more »
FOR those who love the boy who never grew up, but can’t stomach ballet, Roleystone Theatre has got it covered. more »
A JAZZY four-piece orchestra led by Ben Collins heralds the opening scene of the racy Midsummer (A Play with Songs) presented by Black Swan State Theatre Company. more »
THE friendship and artistic partnership between Perth theatre makers Tim Watts and Wyatt Nixon-Lloyd started in 2003 during their days at Edith Cowan University over a mutual love for hackey-sack. more »
SHE may be studying a postgraduate in arts management but Subiaco actress Taylor Buoro-Long’s heart will always belong to the stage. more »
IT’S taken 11 years of toil but Vanessa Garden is proof that good things come to those who wait. more »
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Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Sarah Motherwell with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Sarah Motherwell with this week's Dog Refuge update.