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A concert venue with three raised hands reaching upwards fro the crowd, through purple and yellow spotlights. Wellness comedy.
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Wellness during comedy festival season

As a stand-up comedian you need to look after your audience, but to do that properly you need to look…

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Music review: Umberto’s Mahler, QPAC

A triumphant Mahler 7 opened the Queensland Symphony Orchestra’s 2024 Maestro Series.

man with blue shirt in painting studio. Jan Senbergs.
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Vale Jan Senbergs

A unique visual language and an ever curious mind, Jan Senbergs is farewelled by the visual arts sector.

Artist Sayoko Suwabe in a small blue paddling pool scraping off the paint on one of her portraits. Uncertain Contours of Images. Sayoko Suwabe.
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Exhibition review: Uncertain Contours of Images: Sayoko Suwabe, SOL Gallery

Japanese artist Sayoko Suwabe mixes paint with performance art.

Head of a black taxidermy dog. Archie Moore. Samstag scholarship
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Performance review: Future Cargo, Adelaide Fringe Festival

Alien arrivals distinguish a mesmerising dance performance.

Are we not drawn onward to a new erA. The image is of a single person wearing a nose/mouth mask on a stage holding up a smoking flare, surrounded by smoke with bits of detritus - fabric - at their feet.
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Performance review: Are we not drawn onward to new erA, State Theatre of WA, Perth Festival

Does 'Are we not drawn onward to new erA’ show us how things are’?

A man is seated at a table. A woman is standing above him. They are both in 1930s period costume.
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Theatre review: Gaslight, Playhouse Theatre, QPAC

A revitalised production of Patrick Hamilton's play blends contemporary norms alongside classic thriller tropes with mixed results.    

Reading. On the left is an headshot of a smiling middle-aged woman with a white collared jumper and a white/blonde bob with a fringe. On the right is a book cover with the title Angle of Fire, and an illustration of a person in a hospital bed with a plaster cast on their leg and a breathing mask. Another person is falling/flying downwards in pyjamas. And a third can be seen from behind sitting in a seat at the bottom of the frame.
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Why reading can help kids impacted by COVID-era school closures

Teaching children resilience through books.

Logue Lake: a male actor holding a coffee mug, standing on stage framed by an open window with curtains at the side.
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Theatre Review: Logue Lake, Perth Festival

A new take on the thriller genre offers many twists, with some revelations landing better than others.

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