Matthew Mitcham is in Perth for the Pride Festival 2015. He is performing his award winning, autobiographical, cabaret show Twists and Turns on Friday night at 6pm and again at 8pm, and then on Saturday night he will be a guest of honour in the 25th annual Pride Parade. Read all about it in our interveiw here:
Jessica Messenger has written and directed several productions in WA. This week her latest play, “Multiverse Theory in D” opens at the Blue Room. “It’s all about alternate universes, physics and jazz music!” Read on for our Questions Over Coffee (or lemonade) with Jessica.
Nick Maclaine is a Perth actor, who is starring in an upcoming show on at The Blue Room Theatre called “Between Solar Systems.” It’s a new work from writer Scott McArdle and looks to be an interesting and creative piece. We sat down for coffee and a chat with Nick.
If you’ve attended any festivals or comedy gigs in Perth recently you may have seen a brightly coloured gorgeous woman wandering about the place. She goes by the name of “Famous Sharron.” We chatted with Bonnie Davies, the face and the creator behind Famous Sharron.
Part two of our interview with Adam Mitchell. Perth theatre director, creative artist and all round fab guy. In part two he talks about the future, the Arts in Perth and his favourite season. So enjoy Questions over Wine with Adam Mitchell.
Questions and answers with outstanding theatre director and creative talent, Adam Mitchell. Adam has directed many fantastic plays on the Perth theatre scene and we loved sitting down with him for cheese, wine and a chat. Read on to learn more….
Questions over Coffee or should we say Questions over Gin with the Famous Sharron! She’s a comedian, host, MC and Perthonality. You may have seen her wandering around at festivals and events being fabulous! Read on Dolls!
Part 2 of Questions Over Coffee with Jo Morris; fantastic Perth actress and advocate for the arts in Perth. Here Jo talks about what is coming up in her future and her favourite season.
Questions Over Coffee with Jo Morris; fantastic Perth actress and advocate for the arts in Perth. Jo has been in some wonderful productions lately and her future looks just as exciting.