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It's finals time! It's your last chance to come and scream for your team in 2013 – as improv veterans & rookies battle it out to win the coveted WA Theatresports Championship Cup.
The Theatresports 2013 Grand Final will hit the stage on Sunday, 1st December at the picturesque Mount Lawley Bowling Club. As an audience member you will get your chance to keep the performers, comedians and game punters thinking fast on their feet with your suggestions. There will be a pre-show lawn bowl and sausage sizzle from 4pm, with the show commencing at 5pm.
The much awaited musical South Pacific is now showing at Crown Theatre, and its mass appeal was confirmed by the size and range of the crowd waiting in eager anticipation last night.
The relationship of South Pacific with Australians has been a long and loving one, dating way back to 1952 when it was first performed at Her Majesty’s Theatre in Melbourne, though the first Roger and Hammerstein production to hit Australia was actually Oklahoma!
It's now 2013, and performances of The Lincoln Centre Theatre Production of the all time classic South Pacific presented by Opera Australia and John Frost continue to enchant crowds, with its romantic story line, impressive musical score and sheer energy of the cast.
When a play has you watching a girl in a canary yellow bridesmaid dress and high heels potraying an elderly Scottish crime boss chasing the hero through the streets and parks of Edinburgh, and it all seems perfectly normal, then you know you are watching something out of the ordinary.
And yet Midsummer (a play with songs) showing at Black Swan State Theatre Company is far from being a wacky off the wall comedy.
We were alerted to this concert by a friend and grabbed the chance to go to the GALSWA 20th Anniversary Concert at the Fly By Night Club in Fremantle.
The theme for the concert was Harmony in Diversity. The choir sings beautifully with about 20 singers performing a varied repertoire, mostly a cappella including pop, show tunes and Motown. For a community choir, they take on a challenging repertoire and do it very, very well.
The Swan Festival of Lights is on again this year at the Supreme Court Gardens from the 1st to the 3rd November to celebrate the Deepavali Festival.
Deepavali (Diwali) is the Indian Festival that means the “festival of lights”. It is a joyous occasion that is observed by Indians around the world, and is a celebration of the Inner Light that resides in all of.
Words of hope, peace, harmony, knowledge, joy and truth are some of the messages that will be spread during the festival.
The Swan Festival of Lights presented by The Temple of Fine Arts Inc Perth and Annalakshmi Cultural Centre of WA will be a feast for the senses.
There will be food stalls serving tasty vegetarian food…think tasty home made food such as Indian curries, samosas, dosais, uttapam, parathas…yum!
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