Arts & Culture

Venus in Fur by Black Swan State Theatre Company


A quick scan of the synopsis for Venus in Fur will give you the gist of what is going to happen in David Ives' recent play being staged by Black Swan State Theatre Company (the advertising poster might also give you an idea or two!)

But as with many things in life, it is the journey, rather than the final destination, that is most important.

Thanks to the efforts of the cast and crew, the Venus in Fur trip is well worth taking.


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Stunning WA Landscapes Debut at the Unearthed Art Exhibition


The much awaited "Unearthed Exhibition" will debut at Gallows Gallery in Mosman Park this Sunday 19 January 2015.  Deeply inspired by nature and the landscapes of Australia, the trio of well known, WA artists Jeannette Dyson, Jennifer Sadler and Sandy Tippett will display their artworks to the Perth community.

The artists have exhibited across Australia and overseas, and the Unearthed Exhibition is the second time that they have come together to present their unique paintings that showcase our stunning Western Australian landscapes.

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World of Food Festival in Perth


For those looking for a unique food and cultural experience, the Gardens of Government House will be open today for the Perth Consular Corps World of Food Festival.

Food will be present from countries as far and wide as Kenya, Portugal, Peru, Japan, India, Mauritius, and Nepal, so foodie lovers will be looking forward to this event of gastronomic proportions. There will also be cultural performances during the day.

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Gasp! by Black Swan State Theatre Company


Gasp! By Ben Elton first debuted way back in 1990 in London under the stage name Gasping, and was set in corporate Britain.

25 years later, the team of Black Swan State Theatre Company, Queensland Theatre Company and Elton have dug it up from the depths, transplanted it to Australia's mining industry, given it a bit of a modern spit and polish and set it loose on unsuspecting theatregoers.

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Brazouka Hits the Stage in Perth


Did someone say Brazouk?

Yes - the much anticipated Brazouka has opened in Perth at the Regal Theatre in Subiaco.

The high energy dance performance tells the story of the main character Braz Dos Santos.

Braz grew up in Portos Seguro, Brazil, where his childhood is shared with many other siblings, and times are tough, as he spends much of his time out at sea to help his family put food on the table.

As the evening progresses, we are swept into Braz’s other exciting world, that of his passion for dance.

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Swan Festival of Lights - Celebrating Deepavali in Perth


The Swan Festival of Lights is on again this year at Langley Park from the 22 to 26 October 2014 to celebrate Deepavali (Diwali) in Perth.

Wednesday 22 October 2014  - the day that the festival kicked off also happens to fall on the auspicious day of Deepavali – a special day when people from around the world celebrate the ancient Hindu festival of light triumphing darkness. Wishing all the local people who celebrate this festival in Perth a happy Deepavali.


As with previous years, attendees of the festival can look forward to scrumptious food put on by the Annalakshmi Cultural Centre of WA, along with a great line up of performers, consisting both local and international groups.


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Review of The Little Death at Luna


The Little Death now showing at Luna Leederville and Luna SX in Freo is a cracker of a comedy about the sex lives of a cross section of Australian couples. Each of the couples has their own love and sex issues and as the movie unfolds we get a glimpse into their lives and the state of affairs of their relationships.

Director Josh Lawson takes us on a hilarious adventure as we meet Maureen as played by our own Perth born actress Lisa McClune, Kate Box as Rowena from the tv series Rake, along with many other familiar Australian actors and actresses.

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