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‘Witness for the Prosecution’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

… an impoverished, but very ambitious theatre group … giving the audience a wonderful and exciting night out.

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‘Thaw’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

So rare is this genre for the stage, that when I was trying to think of a play to compare it with, I was at a loss.

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‘Noises Off’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

‘Noises Off’ is a hilarious farce, a play within a play, written by Tony Award winning UK playwright, Michael Frayn. Frayn wrote the play in 1982, based on what he saw from the wings whilst watching Lynn Redgrave performing one

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Cloudstreet interview by Malti Elliot

An interview with Kael McGreshan about his part in Cloudstreet. He plays Fish Lamb.

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‘Latitudes’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

‘Latitudes’ is a fine blend of fantasy and gothic horror, and is the latest play for adults from the much-admired playwright, Mark Walsh. This 60-minute, disquieting mystery is a The Lost Boys presentation, produced by Georgia King. It can be

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‘Steel Magnolias’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

‘Steel Magnolias’ is Robert Harling’s 1987, universally acclaimed play based on the death of his sister Susan. The title refers to how women can be as tough as steel, yet as fragile as flower. This well-crafted play is a joint

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‘The Lightning Rod’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

So beautifully and cleverly written … the next day, you found yourself thinking of points you may have missed

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‘One Act Festival’ – Irish Theatre, reviewed by Gordon the Optom

‘One Act Festival’ is a fresh and varied selection of short plays, presented by the Irish Theatre Players, at the Irish Club WA, 61 Townshend Road, Subiaco each evening at 8.00 until Saturday 15th August. Last night was a charity

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‘All that Glitters’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

‘All that Glitters’ is the latest hilarious Indie production from The Last Great Hunt, one of WA’s most respected groups. This 55-minute, Sarah Weber production for adults, is a devised piece by the cast, Gita Bezard and Kathryn Osborne about

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