As adults, it’s hard to suspend belief long enough for a magic trick to actually be impressive.
Psychonaut represent a novel inclusion to the Fringe program.
When people talk of Perth’s music scene, the defining genre does not always stand out as folk.
"The name's Bane, Bruce Bane. I'm a hired hand that gets the job done."
It's the sort of publicity that no billboard or TV tourism campaign can buy.
Minnie and Mona, described by The West Australian theatre reviewer David Zampatti as “a finely cut Fringe festival gem”, has taken out the top prize for 2013.
Lucy Hopkins only made one mistake in her magnetic, witty Le Foulard - its fabulous first line: "You are about to receive something of a very high quality." There's no denying that what followed was. What she didn't know, however, is that the "about" was redundant; we'd already had "very high quality" twice that night in the Blue Room's Summer Nights series.