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Fringe World returns to Perth with 700 new shows

Fringe World is often seen as the highlight of summer in Western Australia and the 2019 Festival program has been revealed today with tickets for 700 shows on sale offering four spectacular weeks of amazing entertainment and summer good times for all.

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Dylan Urquhart

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December 23, 2016

Event
Eat & Drink

5 events to make the most out of spring

Spring has sprung meaning it's time to make the most of the sunshine!

By

Ryan O'Connell

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October 12, 2018

Review
Arts & Events

It’s a standing-O for Aladdin

Aladdin The Musical is an irresistibly fun interpretation of the beloved Disney classic.

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Julianne de Souza

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July 20, 2017

Event
Arts & Events

Our new Princess Jasmine is a homegrown Perth girl

Shubshri Kandiah is currently living every Disney lover’s dream.

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Julianne de Souza

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July 20, 2017

Event
Arts & Events

5 events to make the most out of winter

Winter in Perth is far from a snoozefest.

By

Julianne de Souza

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July 20, 2017

Music
Arts & Events

A day at Groovin the Moo 2018

Here's what you missed at #GTM2018.

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Julianne de Souza

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July 20, 2017

Music
Arts & Events

British India announce national Midnight Homie Tour and a secret Scarborough show

The triple j favourites will treat Perth to their explosive tunes not once, not twice, but three times.

By

Julianne de Souza

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July 20, 2017

Review
Arts & Events

The Jungle Giants threw the dance party of the year at The Astor Theatre

The Brisbane four-piece sure know how to make a crowd dance.

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Julianne de Souza

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July 20, 2017

Event
Arts & Events

This Busselton event has got your June long weekend plans sorted

Cocktails, gourmet grazing and world-class jazz. What more could you want?

By

Julianne de Souza

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July 20, 2017

Music
Arts & Events

GoldLink kept the energy high at Villa Nightclub

This rap and hip-hop favourite is no stranger at working a room.

By

Julianne de Souza

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July 20, 2017

Lifestyle
Discover Other

6 chocolate-free ways to celebrate Easter

Easter doesn't have to be an entirely Cadbury and Lindt affair.

By

Julianne de Souza

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July 20, 2017

Event
Arts & Events

Fremantle International Street Arts Festival

From marionettes and acrobats, to nudists and even talking lamp posts, these acts are taking things to the streets.

By

Carina Mancinone

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December 1, 2017

Music
Arts & Events

The Jungle Giants on their upcoming tour, the Hottest 100 and aux cords

What do The Jungle Giants and Kendrick Lamar have in common?

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Julianne de Souza

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July 20, 2017

Music
Arts & Events

From Albany to Utah: The Waifs’ Vikki Thorn on her debut solo tour

After 25 years in The Waifs and a five-year stint in Utah, Vikki Thorn is stepping out solo.

By

Julianne de Souza

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July 20, 2017

Music
Arts & Events

A day at St Jerome's Laneway 2018

What you missed at this year's Laneway Festival

By

Tessa Dempster

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December 7, 2016

Travel
Arts & Events

5 South West festivals to check out in 2018

If you’re thinking of slipping down Margaret River way in the next six months, check out some of these South West fests.

By

Carina Mancinone

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December 1, 2017

Event
Arts & Events

Looking for some mischief? This Fringe show is a must-see

Prepare to be teased and entertained at Tease Mania - Wild Burlesque!.

By

Julianne de Souza

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July 20, 2017

Event
Arts & Events

Perth leg of American Idiot kicks off this weekend

Green Day fans listen up, it’s American Idiot - the musical

By

Tessa Dempster

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December 7, 2016

Event
Arts & Events

6 Ways to Celebrate New Year’s Eve in Perth

Everything from music festivals to quirky pop-ups, this year we’re spoilt for choice for New Year’s Eve in Perth.

By

Carina Mancinone

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December 1, 2017

Travel
Arts & Events

A seafood festival first for WA

Love seafood? Love music? Keep your eyes peeled for our Music and Marron festival giveaway!

By

Tessa Dempster

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December 7, 2016

Music
Arts & Events

Kim Churchill - Why he wrote his new album in one week

Kim Churchill on his Weight_Falls tour, the most enlightened week of his life, and the best pancakes he’s ever had.

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Julianne de Souza

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July 20, 2017

Event
Arts & Events

An award winning Kaleidoscope for all ages

A free festival of light, art, music and food sure to spark your imagination.

By

Josh Giamboi

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July 22, 2017

Music
Arts & Events

Live & Local – Where to Find Some of Perth’s Best Bands & Musicians

The perfect weekend is spent with a glass of wine, friends and live music at the bar. Who wouldn’t agree?

By

Jessica Gizzarelli

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October 10, 2017

Music
People About Perth

Jack McEwan: A Day in The Life

An insight into the life and sounds of a British-born psychedelic rocker

By

Callum Synnott

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August 2, 2017

Music
Arts & Events

Alternatives to Southbound this Year

Southbound is out, but here are a few alternatives to satisfy your festival cravings.

By

Jessica Gizzarelli

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October 10, 2017

Music
Arts & Events

Cloud Control Back in the Zone with Third Album

Cloud Control’s Alister Wright on the making of Zone, returning to the stage, and crowd surfing.

By

Julianne de Souza

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July 20, 2017

Music
Arts & Events

Good Doogs: From non-existent to sold out shows in 2 months

The Perth band making a name for themselves at an impressive pace 

By

Callum Synnott

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August 2, 2017

Music
People About Perth

The Perth-born band making big waves in the WA music scene

Ah trees give us the low-down on their latest nomination, Perth’s developing music scene and their go-to hometown hangouts!

By

Meg Caswell

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December 7, 2016

Music
Arts & Events

How to Survive Hot Dub Wine Machine

Heading to Hot Dub Wine Machine this Saturday? Don’t cook it early! Read our tips on how to get through the day.

By

Tom Doherty

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November 14, 2017

Music
Arts & Events

Review: Banks at The Astor

Banks kicked off the first leg of her Australian tour at Mount Lawley’s Astor Theatre with no shortage of drama and theatrics.

By

Julianne de Souza

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July 20, 2017

Event
Arts & Events

If You Missed Out On Splendour, There’s Still Hope

Splendour In the Grass may have come and gone, but don't miss these upcoming performances

By

Julianne de Souza

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July 20, 2017

Music
Arts & Events

Catch Up With Vera Blue

Vera Blue on her debut album, what makes Perth audiences unique and her love of Fergie.

By

Julianne de Souza

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July 20, 2017

Shop
Shop Local

Diabolik Books & Records

Its got character, charm and humour. Everything you could want in a bookshop.

By

Tessa Dempster

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December 7, 2016

Music
People About Perth

Meet the Performers: Agatha Frisky and Amber Topaz

Meet the beautiful, talented and sultry performers ready to blow your mind at this years Perth International Burlesque Festival.

By

Emily Ace

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April 7, 2017

Event
Arts & Events

Perth International Burlesque Festival 2016

With talented local, national and international performers sashaying their way to our little city, get ready to treat your senses to the whimsical, charismatic and saucy world that is burlesque.

By

Emily Ace

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April 7, 2017

Music
People About Perth

It's all about the sounds with Sam Perry Music

Discover where Sam Perry likes to eat, his favourtie Perth venue to perform at, and what to expect at his upcoming Fringe show.

By

Tessa Dempster

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December 7, 2016

Music
People About Perth

A sweet talk with Reija Lee

Perth musician Reija Lee talks Victoria Secret Fashion Show, tequila shots and her favourite eats around the city.

By

Dylan Urquhart

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December 23, 2016

Music
Arts & Events

Getting all jazzed up with Jen De Ness

Meet the local jazz sensation promising to deliver a show with an attitude at this year’s fringe festival!

By

Meg Caswell

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December 7, 2016

Music
People About Perth

Catch up with Mosquito Coast

We chat with former winners of Triple J’s Unearthed High, Mosquito Coast, to find out what’s on the cards for the Perth-based duo in 2017.

By

Meg Caswell

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December 7, 2016

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