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A MUTUAL trust and group camaraderie has proven invaluable to the success of current Australian touring production, The Long Way Home. more »
THE 18th Annual Performing Arts Perspectives is an event that highlights 18 of the highest-standard student performances from the 2013 WACE practical examinations in dance, drama and music. more »
COMMUNITY theatre company ARENAarts celebrates the end of 25 years of drifting with a madcap stage version of the Sherlock Holmes classic The Hound of the Baskervilles. more »
A YOUNG dancer from Kelmscott has been announced as a nominee for The Australian Ballet’s highest honour – the Telstra Ballet Dancer Award. more »
AARON McPolin originally thought he was destined for a career in graphic design but it was while studying at Curtin University that he quickly discovered his passion for fashion, beauty and coiffure (hair art) photography. more »
THERE are moments in life when you have to decide whether it is worth taking a risk and trying something completely new. more »
WATCHING a Dame Agatha Christie whodunit live on stage is better than any murder mystery party you might be invited to. more »
THE squeal was audible a couple of suburbs away when third year music theatre students at WAAPA were told a season of 60s rock musical Hair was part of this year’s program. more »
DESPITE being a darling of Australian film and television, it took until 2001 for Sigrid Thornton to make her professional stage debut with Melbourne Theatre Company in the Harold Pinter play, Betrayal. more »
WHILE admitting to never reading an Agatha Christie novel before landing a role in the Australian cast of Miss Marple mystery A Murder is Announced, James Beck does have a fond place for the stories in his heart. more »
WHILE growing up in Iraq, Ayad Alqaragholli would spend his childhood days collecting clay from the nearby riverbank to create small sculptures. more »
THEATRE veteran Jenny Davis, of Mount Hawthorn, has been presenting oral histories on stage with Agelink Theatre for the past 21 years, seeing the importance of not only preserving these stories but also affirming the value of seniors. more »
IT was the morning of September 11, 2001 when Fremantle-born actor Adam T Perkins switched on the television in his New York apartment to see footage of the World Trade Center burning. more »
AS A child growing up in Geraldton during the 50s and 60s, Jon Green used to shine a torch through his father’s film negatives to project the images onto the wall, baffled by how they could possibly be printed into photographs. more »
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Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Rosanna Candler with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Rosanna Candler with this week's Dog Refuge update.