Arts

Pilgrim's pet project

Animal photographer Kelly Pilgrim-Byrne, of Southern River, has discovered a delightful new world.

TAKING redundancy was the best thing Southern River resident Kelly Pilgrim-Byrne ever did. more »

This time, show is all about Miriam

Miriam Margolyes performs at Heath Ledger Theatre from April 7-11.

IT is hard to believe English star of stage and screen Miriam Margolyes would ever get nervous, but the witty, forthright actor admits to being terrified ahead of her The Importance of Being Miriam Australian tour. more »

Hayley makes Hay while the sun shines

Hayley Partington, of Hovea, will show her work as part of the annual Year 12 Perspectives exhibition.

HAYLEY Partington, of Hovea, has been surrounded by art for as long as she can remember. more »

From Russia with love

St Petersburg Ballet will perform <em>Swan Lake</em> (pictured) and <em>Giselle</em> at His Majesty

ANDREW Guild saw the world as his oyster while growing up in Melbourne. more »

Dressed for dinner

Designer Sheree Dornan, actor Alison van Reeken, costume designer India Mehta, actors Rebecca Davis and Tasma Walton, designer Alvin Fernandez and designer Shelly Tindale promote <em>Dinner.</em> Picture: Marcus Whisson

THE industries of theatre and fashion have collided in the most spectacular way for Black Swan State Theatre Company’s latest production, Dinner. more »

Experiencing giant leaps in popularity

Former FirstHand artist Chloe Flockart (right) with Ruth Battle and puppets from Spare Part’s 2014 production of <em>Farm</em>. Picture: Martin Kennealey

AFTER the success of The Giants' visit to Perth, puppetry is well and truly in the spotlight. more »

Walking the walk

Walking with Dinosaurs will visit Perth Arena in April.

MELBOURNE creature designer Sonny Tilders revolutionised the theatre world in 2007 when his team took simple dinosaur animatronics out of museums and on to the arena floor with mobile, autonomous dinosaurs roaming the space. more »

Dealing with Austen's powers

Jessica Paterson and Lincoln Vickery star as Elizaberth and Mr Darcy in <em>Pride and Prejudice,</em> opening this week at the WA Academy of Performing Arts. Picture: Marcus Whisson

WA Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) students Jessica Paterson, of North Perth, and Lincoln Vickery, of Coolbinia, are grateful they have had since November to prepare to play Elizabeth Bennett and Mr Darcy. more »

Challenging views of media

Mikala Westall (Fremantle) and Mei Saraswati (North Perth) star in <em>From the Rubble</em>, showing from March 16 at PICA Performance Space. Picture: Andrew Ritchie

PERTH Theatre Company’s first production for 2015, From the Rubble, is a journalistic piece about the human spirit. more »

Cultural history etched in teeth

Future Recall artists Erin Coates (North Perth) and Anna Nazzari (Medina). Picture: Marcus Whisson

IT IS understandable there are environmental and ethical issues associated with the art form of scrimshaw – scratching imagery in to whale teeth then filling the etching with ink. more »

crosby flies in

Charlotte Crosby.

SHE is known as the loveable larrikin on the reality television show Geordie Shore but despite all the fame and attention Charlotte Crosby’s feet remain firmly planted on the ground. more »

Geordie girl back in town

Cheers to a new realitY

SHE is known as the loveable larrikin on the reality television show Geordie Shore but despite all the attention Charlotte Crosby’s feet remain firmly on the ground. more »

Hop along to Heath Ledger Theatre for The Rabbits

<em>The Rabbits</em> cast.

WHILE the Giants traversed the streets of Perth over the weekend to commemorate the Anzac centenary, another Australian story was brought to life on the Heath Ledger Theatre stage. more »

Acting a piece of cake

Ursula Johnson, of Jolimont, stars in <em>The Broken Slipper and a Piece of Cake,</em> opening February 19 at Fringe World. Picture: Andrew Ritchie

AT THE age of 87, Ursula Johnson is continuing a lifelong love affair with the theatre thanks to her mother, an avid theatre fan. more »

Phoebe joins giant opening act

Phoebe Sullivan was ringside at Perth International Arts Festival

MT Lawley WA Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) student Phoebe Sullivan had a front row seat last weekend for The Incredible and Phenomenal Journey of The Giants to the Streets of Perth. more »

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