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Introducing: Stoked Festival

Published on March 25, 2019
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Forged through fire and shaped in steel, the Midland Rail Workshops were the heartbeat of the Midland community for over 80 years. WA Government Railways used them from 1904 to 1994 for all major steam engine maintenance. Stoked Festival on 6 April 2019 is an immersive spectacle that pays homage to the legacy of the workshops with a visionary interpretation of life in the yards, a quarter of a century since tools were downed for the final time. 

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Review: Dada Masilo’s Giselle

Published on March 4, 2019
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When it comes to the classics, I’ve got a lot of catching up to do. But as I’m beginning to learn, many classics could be considered to have some catching up to do themselves.

Case in point: the classical ballet Giselle.

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Review: Worktable

Published on February 22, 2019
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I am hesitant to reveal too much about New Zealand born, Brussels based artist Kate McIntosh’s live installation Worktable. I want to tell you to just go for it, commit, buy a ticket and live the joy for yourself, no questions asked. If that’s enough, stop reading and go book your place here. If you need more convincing, read on. Read more

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Review: Lé Nør [the rain]

Published on February 21, 2019
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Sometimes you’d do well to listen to the hype. For the last week people have been raving to me about the Last Great Hunt’s ambitious new theatre work, Lé Nør [the rain], now showing at PICA as part of Perth Festival. Finally it was my turn, and it did not disappoint. Read more

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Review: YUCK Circus

Published on February 7, 2019
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YUCK Circus aren’t trying to gross you out. To quote early 2000s Madonna, they’re just showing you what it feels like in this world for a girl.

Inspired by all-women circus troupes such as the award-winning cast of Casting Off (winners of 2018 Edinburgh’s Best Circus award), creator and Broome/Fremantle artist Georgia Deguara has created her first full-length work, proudly backed by her all-female cast and crew. Read more

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Guest Post: Jessie Gordon Loves Perth

Published on January 25, 2019
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I grew up in Perth, in Kalamunda, surrounded by gum trees, dry earth and the sound of crickets in summer. Maybe our perpective of Perth as an isolated city leads us to think it is too small to have a career in music. I don’t know if that’s everyone’s experience but I certainly planned to leave as soon as I could. But once I started touring with music in Europe about 5 years ago, I experienced the sensation of coming home to a city that was just the right size, with just the right amount of work, full of inspiring and talented people… and I fell in love with Perth. Read more

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Our Top Picks for Writers Week 2019: Part 2

Published on January 16, 2019
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Read on for Part 2 of our special series on Perth Festival Writers Week 2019, where we curate a leisurely Sunday session in the leafy surrounds of UWA.

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What’s open over the Christmas Holidays: 2018 Edition

Published on December 23, 2018
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With Christmas upon us, many of our local haunts are closing doors for a few weeks for a well-earned rest. We’re well on board, but where are we going to get our caffeine fix over the holiday period?

Fortunately for us, there are a stack of rad Perth businesses that will be trading this holiday season, ready to serve you that cocktail, cook you lunch, or help you choose a NYE outfit!

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Shop Local this Christmas: 2018 Christmas Market Round Up

Published on November 6, 2018
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What do you want when you’re Christmas shopping? I’ll bet unique gift ideas, thoughtfully produced goods and a one stop shop for everyone on your list are right up there. What about supporting Western Australian creatives in a friendly, laid back environment? That too I’d say. This is what you get when you stop by any of Perth’s regular, handmade markets. Read more

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Open House Perth: North Side Style

Published on November 2, 2018
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This year for Open House Perth (10-11 November 2018) we’re extra excited to snoop around some of Perth’s most stylish and well-designed homes… so we’ve put together this northern suburbs itinerary that will take you to from beachside suburbs Karrinyup and Scarborough through to leafy inner city residential hangout Mount Hawthorn.

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