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Stuart Barnes’ debut poetry collection is playful, subtle, moving, witty and outrageous, writes William Yeoman

Tenor Stuart Skelton and conductor Asher Fisch draw listeners into Wagner’s unique world, writes Neville Cohn.

WASO’s account of Berlioz’ Symphonie fantastique yielded golden musical dividends, writes Neville Cohn

Greg Fleet suave, profane, ecstatic and frightening, writes David Zampatti

Just as The Nutcracker sees Clara transported to a fantasy land, WA Ballet transports us to a London winter

Zephyr Quartet’s sunset concert at the WA Maritime Museum a unique conjunction of ideas, memories and emotions

Absurdity of blaming victims of sexual assault cleverly explored in a bold new play, writes Annelies Gartner

The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards performed an array of traditional tunes with a few contemporary treats.

If The Calm Before was “about” anything, it was possibility. And the transcendence of limitations.

Michael McIntyre was thrilled that “everyone in Perth” had ventured out his Happy & Glorious tour.

It’s Tartuffe but the house, the people in it and the language they use, are straight out of David Williamson.

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