Theatre Review: The Lighthouse and Bluey's Big Play
Two very different experiences to engage wonder and play.
Eight new orgs join National Performing Arts Partnership Framework
The National Performing Arts Partnership Framework has expanded to 38 members, with the addition of companies and organisations from the…
15 years of amplifying Tasmanian voices
Established in 2006, Tasmania Performs remains agile and responsive, and dedicated to developing Tasmanian artists and showcasing their stories to…
Fremantle revealed as WA’s creative capital according to new research
According to data, 0.62% of Fremantle’s total fulltime workforce consists of visual and performing artists, compared with 0.29% for Perth…
So you want my arts job: Tamara Rewse, puppeteer and puppet-maker
If you can think laterally, are persistent, accurate and skilled at sewing and sculpting, becoming a puppet-maker might be the…
Arts sponsorship raises ethical questions
Can Perth have an ethical and sustainable Fringe Festival?
The art of the impossible: International collaboration during COVID
Companies collaborating with Irish and New Zealand colleagues tell us how their productions are forging ahead despite the pandemic. Dogged…
‘This is a pause, not a stop’: lockdown devastating for Perth artists
PICA and Perth Festival have postponed the opening of numerous events, while Fringe World has cancelled five nights worth of…
Theatre Review: Beanstalk, Spare Parts Puppet Theatre
Comedian, actor, writer and director Sam Longley beautifully brings to life the 'revised' version of Jack and the Beanstalk.
On Our Beach, Spare Parts Puppet Theatre (WA)
A delightful interactive and immersive experience that explores our connection to each other and the land we live on.