On the 18th of January I ventured off to watch a play at Fringe World and little did I know just how remarkable the show would turn out be!
Not too long ago, I had the pleasure of sitting down with madison moore, up and coming cultural critic and author of Fabulous: the Rise of the Beautiful Eccentric. He talked about his own journey as a writer, and lets us in on the struggles for those living while marginalised.
Everybody Knows was a psychological Spanish thriller. Filled with such intense emotions that it could turn the coldest cheek, this film took place in Madrid. Check out this review to see what we thought!
The night we arrived at the Somerville Theatre, the weather was somewhat mild, until a bitterly cold breeze began blowing through the field. Freezing audience members gathered the rugs and blankets and urgently warmed their bodies with some of their finest liquor.
Dummies Corp. is a multi-award-winning circus that is returning to Perth Fringe World and Adelaide Fringe Festival in the summertime of 2019. Their international hit shows are “Trash Test Dummies” and “Splash Test Dummies” and are sure to bring great success in the 2019 season!
Perth Festival opens its doors once again with Lotterywest Films, a highly anticipated selection of international cinema curated to make your heart ache or sing with joy. I was lucky enough to attend the opening night this past week with fellow Colosoul writer Michael Green, and it was definitely worth it!
Staying in a hotel is a funny thing. It’s just a bed in a room, with a bath and a shower, but something about it feels special. Until you’re in your room with flickering lights and haunting voices bouncing off the walls. This is what guests should expect from The Last Big Hunt’s latest performance Stay With Us, performed at the Riverview Hotel in Perth.
From documentaries to comedy, from thrillers to romance, there’s something for everyone this summer and beyond!
Fringe Festival has become a staple event in Perth, celebrating all things creative and artistic over a month of theatre performances, art exhibits, street actors, and film showings. But there is a darker side to Fringe that many don’t consider, and it’s becoming an issue for the creative minds behind the stunning festival.
RTRFM, the popular community-run radio station, has partnered with the State Library of Western Australia, or more specifically, their film archives. Local musical talent have composed musical pieces to fit film and photography from decades past, combining to bring these old clips of Perth to life in a unique and creative way.