Arts

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

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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 »

Pictures from the Pilbara

<em>Travelling in Australia’s North-West: the Landscapes and Textures of the Pilbara</em> is out now.

MIDLAND photographer Lawrence Marshall has published new book Travelling in Australia’s North-West: the Landscapes and Textures of the Pilbara. more »

Sammy J gets Randy at Fringe

Sammy J and Randy will perform at the State Theatre Centre of WA from February 17-21.

SAM McMillan, otherwise known as comedian Sammy J, grew up loving soft toys, puppets and was a huge fan of purple comic character The Phantom. more »

Comedian thinking on his feat

Comedian Matt Saraceni will perform at Fringe World. Picture: Marcus Whisson

UNIVERSITY of WA law student Matt Saraceni’s whole world changed after his first gig with Perth improvisational show The Big Hoo-Haa, when he suddenly realised he could get paid to do comedy. more »

Alter egos come in from the fringe

Robert Hofmann as Helmut Wunderlicher, one of the three characters he inhabits for his one-man show at Fringe World. Picture: Marcus Whisson

AFTER winning the Fringe World 2014 cabaret award for his first show Desperately Young at Heart, North Perth operatic baritone Robert Hofmann decided he would make a follow-up show while he still had the creative energy. more »

A contemplation of the circle of life

Mariko Mori with her artwork, on show until June 29 for Perth International Arts Festival. Picture: Marcus Whisson

NOT only was celebrated artist Mariko Mori in Perth over the weekend for the official opening of her exhibition Rebirth, but she was last week involved in the full installation of the works at Art Gallery of Western Australia (AGWA). more »

Top skills on show

La Soiree’s The English Gents onstage. Photo: Matt Jelonek

LA SOIREE has been touring the world from New York to London for 10 years and will finally perform a Perth season as one of the must-see shows at Fringe World 2015. more »

Chance to walk among giants

The Giants are coming... to open the Perth International Arts Festival.

THE eagerly awaited story and route taken by Perth International Arts Festival’s opening weekend spectacle – The Incredible and Phenomenal Journey of The Giants to the Streets of Perth – was announced on Thursday, January 29. more »

Couple comes in from the fringe

Bryony Kimmings stars in <em>Fake It ‘til You Make It</em>, opening tomorrow.

LONDON writer and performance artist Bryony Kimmings has made six full-length shows in six years, each about a subject she has become obsessed with, that is blowing her mind or ethically perplexing. more »

Coming home to the fringe

Performers Nicole Ward and Lucas Marie. Picture: Andrew Ritchie

STEP inside, make yourself welcome and remember: our house is your house. more »

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