Development of a feature film about Strickland is under way – but it will be more than just a sporting ‘biopic.’ That’s because extensive research undertaken by Strickland’s son Matthew de la Hunty has revealed a web of intrigue which goes way beyond her athletic career.
Popular cast members of the Emmy nominated comedy show Whose Line Is It Anyway? Colin Mochrie, Brad Sherwood and Greg Proops are coming to Perth for their new show Whose Live Anyway? an evening of extraordinary improvisational comedy.
Lucy’s new show explores stereotypes, her own desires, and recounts her full history with the opposite sex, leaving it up to the audience to determine whether she should ever date again.
John Edward, the world’s foremost psychic medium, returns to Australia for his national tour ‘Evolve’ this October and November. The performance includes question and answer sessions, messages from loved ones from the other side and much more!
Trent ‘Maxi’ Maxwell is best known from the hit reality television show Bondi Rescue, but now Lifeguard Maxi is adding children’s writing to his repertoire. Maxi is tackling water safety head-on with his fun new junior fiction series Maxi the Lifeguard, which he has co-written alongside popular kids author David Lawrence.
Over 50 scientists and experts have published an open letter urging the Western Australian Government to permanently ban fracking in the state. The letter states that “Western Australia is already experiencing severe impacts of global warming, which will become far worse if emissions are not decisively reduced.”
With all the dark things happening nowadays, it’s time to ‘lighten up a little.’ A World of Dark Comedy is coming to The Backlot cinema this October.
One hundred per cent of NSW has been declared in drought, and new Prime Minister Scott Morrison, on a recent visit to a drought-stricken rural farm, claimed the climate change debate will not help at this point and that he didn’t wish to discuss the matter. Whatever you say, PM.
Perth is full of plenty of artistic talent, and the month of September is all about the writers!
Congratulations, you’re hired! You’ve got the job, so all you have to do is show-up on time looking decent and smile, right? Not quite. As I found out the hard way, there are technical aspects of working life that young workers in particular need to be aware of.