‘Voyage’ Reviewed by Gordon the Optom

‘Voyage. The Poetics of Embodiment’, is a 60-minute, energy packed spectacular of contemporary dance, devised and directed by Salmiyah Fiedorowicz. Salmiyah is a Murdoch University PhD student who has studied the integration of body and mind. This performance is being

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‘Mad Fred’ Reviewed by Gordon the Optom

‘Mad Fred’ is a sparkling, hilarious, musical play from WA’s multi-award winning playwright, Hellie Turner. Hellie’s plays have been presented, warmly accepted and admired in every state of Australia, winning prestigious awards and nominations throughout the country. As well as

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‘Old Mother Hubbard’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

‘Old Mother Hubbard’ is a richly scripted pantomime from the Tony Nichols’ stable. English born Tony was for years, a highly respected lecturer in ‘Theatre’ at Curtin University, having trained many of the well-known names of the theatre and screen.

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‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

Thoroughly recommended. A very high standard in a difficult genre.

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‘Gertrude Stein and Companion’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

‘Gertrude Stein and a Companion’ is a beautifully written, award-winning tale by Win Wells. Win (a man) gathered original letters and memorabilia to give an accurate picture of our hero. Presented by Her Infinite Variety Ensemble (HIVE) at the intimate

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‘Ghost Writer’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

‘Ghost Writer’ is a very funny, haunting, farcical whodunit by David Tristram. Tristram, who was born in Dudley in the West Midlands, was a copywriter until his mid-twenties. He formed a theatre company, before writing a couple of dozen very

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