Tag "The Blue Room Theatre"

‘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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‘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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‘Songbird’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

‘Songbird’ is beautifully written piece by WA playwright, Shakara Walley; it is being presented by The Blue Room Theatre and Imprint Productions in association with Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company for NAIDOC Week. This most professional, hour long play can be

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‘Fracture’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

Every now and again a play comes along that ticks all of the boxes

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‘Jesus: No Ordinary Life’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

From Perth’s most successful and talented improvisation team.

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Under This Sun interview by Malti Elliot

Within the red desert sits a lonely yellow umbrella. It offers no shelter. Cooper wakes to find himself abandoned in the bush. Grace retraces her brother’s letters into the desert. Jeremy follows in the footsteps of Jack Kerouac and travels

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‘Under This Sun’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

Three people facing the cruel Aussie desert.

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