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‘Café Brosse’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

Award winning director, Nicola Bond, has chosen a wonderful cast who have given their all to this play. They have extracted every funny situation and given the best possible delivery. There is a running (tedious) joke about the student travellers and brushes, hence the name of the café being Brosse (French for brush).

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‘Hound of the Baskervilles’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

Your smile muscles will be exhausted. Try not to miss this play and it is for all of the family (over 10 yrs).

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‘The Townspeople and the Plague’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

‘The Townspeople and the Plague’ is a madcap, absurdist play written by Anthony K. J. Smith, a Murdoch philosophy student with a special interest in Indigenous and gender studies. This one-hour, adult, post-modern production is being presented at the Drama

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‘A Streetcar named Desire’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

‘A Streetcar named Desire’, winner of four Oscars, was written by Thomas Lanier ‘Tennessee’ Williams lll, his first Pulitzer Prize winner. Williams used the name Tennessee for the first time in 1938. His first published story, ‘Isolated’, was published at

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‘Beach’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

A fascinating storyline that held the interest throughout. This second year took on a difficult script and won hands down. Extra special.

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‘Hair’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

‘Hair’, the famous musical of the sixties by Gerome Ragni and James Rado with music by Galt MacDermot, returns to The Geoff Gibbs Theatre at WAAPA in Mount Lawley. The Third Year Music Theatre students are presenting this 90-minute, magnificent

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‘Sex and Sensuality 2 – The Second Cumming, a monologue night,’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

‘Sex and Sensuality 2 – The Second Cumming, a monologue night,’ is specially presented for S.H.A.G Week. It is the latest one-act production from the Murdoch Theatre Company and the Murdoch Guild of Students. Being inspired by Eve Ensler’s ‘The Vagina

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‘Subscription to Love’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

‘Subscription to Love’ is a new, locally written work by 22 years old, William Dunlop. The Playlovers Theatre Group is presenting the Premiere of this contemporary, adult tragic-comedy – that has strong coarse language – it can be seen at

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‘Laying the Ghost’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

‘Laying the Ghost’ is a romantic comedy written by Simon Williams. Williams is probably best known for his portrayal of the young Captain James Bellamy in the original series of ‘Upstairs Downstairs’. The play is being presented by the Stirling

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