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Puccini’s last completed opera, Gianni Schicchi, is the perfect work for this year’s free Opera in the Park.

Fringe World Festival has provided the perfect environment for WA Youth Theatre Company’s latest crop of young hopefuls to test the waters.

Museum of Performing Arts founder thrilled to be honoured on Australia Day for preserving WA’s stage memories.

Psychological thriller specialist Sara Foster explores hidden angst in her upcoming novel.

For many science fiction writers, successfully predicting the future is a badge of honour. Jules Verne wrote From the Earth to the Moon nearly 100 years before the Apollo program while William …

After shocking Fringe audiences with her past shows, Adrienne Truscott is back with a big surprise.

The buskers of Perth play for a whole range of reasons but for some it’s more than a hobby or quick buck.

Sami Shah is changing his routine and the place he calls home ahead of Fringe World.

Our critics take a look at the year that was and nominate their highs and lows.

Sally Hepworth’s new novel a poignant love story, writes Stephanie Pegler.

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