Hard-working filmmakers and animators within the Perth suburbs got the spotlight at one of very few short film festivals.
The collaboration of women from multiple backgrounds, societal classes and situations outlined how the big female movers we’ve seen before us have too started from small beginnings, overcoming challenges that became instrumental in shaping a society that was reluctant to change.
Sculpture by the Sea is an incredible, iconic and annual exhibition of sculptures consisting of 73 artists from all around the world – put on full display at Cottesloe beach. Mathew Bell set out to pick his top five favourites.
It will help you realise what may be difficult for you to see. It brings home a hard-hitting truth – that by keeping an addict in the family home, you are just as bad as the drug dealers themselves – and this play explains exactly why.
One’s a “posh wanker” and the other’s “rough around the edges”— based on their own vastly different upbringings, Nic, raised in leafy Leederville, and Grant, hailing from rural Scotland, produce hilarious, all-out class warfare in the Fringeworld premiere of A Different Class.
Hot, sweaty, Australian summer. The time of year when the smell of SPF 50+ sunscreen reigns supreme. When Zooper Doopers monopolise the icy pole industry. And you hold weird poses to avoid [ … ]
Entries are now open to register for comedy’s ultimate high-wire, Australia’s largest and most prestigious open mic, the annual RAW Comedy competition. The annual RAW Comedy competition will see the nation’s bravest and boldest [ … ]
Fidelity Festival was a well baked celebration with so much to share. From beginning to end, once I got a taste of Fidelity on my plate, there was no questioning [ … ]
This month Barpop have teamed up with some of the most quintessential Perth venues to transform Northbridge into a summer micro-festival.
“Our land is extremely important to our mob, it ties with our dreaming. We will fight this fracking all the way.”