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Exhibition review: Dalison by Ian Strange and Trevor Powers

A short-film collaborative eulogy about a dying Australian house is also a celebration of home.

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Theatre review: Toast

Siblings bicker, reminisce and unite in the wake of loss.

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Ballet review: ALICE (in Wonderland)

Lewis Carroll's novel explodes into colour, sound and movement.

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Theatre review: Twelfth Night

The non-binary nature of human love is explored in Shakespeare's classic play.

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Dance review: Petrushka (Game, Set, Match)

Love and ballet play out on a tennis court in this new work choreographed by Scott Elstermann.

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Exit interview: Leanne Glover, WASO

Technological changes have placed greater pressure on orchestral musicians in recent years, according to Leanne Glover, the outgoing Principal Cor…

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30 years on, Pilbara art award still going strong

The Cossack Art Awards continues to show how much regional communities value art as an important part of their everyday…

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Exit interview: Rick Heath, Black Swan State Theatre

After a two year tenure that began just days into COVID’s reign, Co-CEO Rick Heath is calling time on what’s…

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Theatre review: The Great Un-Wondering of Wilbur Whittaker

A playful and fantastical journey with an 80s sci-fi aesthetic.

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Exhibitions review: We Hold you Close and Monumental

Two exhibitions speak to a greater collective spirit: through installations and video displays.

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