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Xavier Rudd heads back to Belvoir

By Ingrid Jacobson XAVIER Rudd performed at the Belvoir Amphitheatre in 2008 and can still recall the magic of the Middle Swan venue where he will play again this month. The canopy of towering ghost gums backlit by concert   lights ...

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Autism no barrier for Broadway

LESMURDIE Senior High School sudent Lilyan Smith says while she may see the world a little differently because of her autism, it will not stop her from achieving her dream of appearing on Broadway. This month the Year 10 student ...

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Strange bedfellows for magic man

MICHEL Fouche bills himself as a magical comedian and has performed regularly on stages from Perth to New York. But for Perth’s Fringe World Festival, the Midland man  is venturing out as a ventriloquist, which will see him battling  with ...

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Youth get ready for HyperFest 2015

HIP-HOP legend Illy who is based in Melbourne will headline HyperFest 2015. Illy will be joined by Slumberjack (WA), Make Them Suffer (WA), Japanese Wallpaper (VIC), The Bennies (VIC), Coin Banks (WA), Ecca Vandal (VIC), Super Best Friends (ACT) and ...

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Allan’s journey to the big top

AFTER a successful Edinburgh Fringe debut with Absolutely Allan Girod of Swan View will be performing the show during Midlandia. Girod who also wrote Absolutely said it is a story about how he overcame being an extreme introvert to perform ...

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Darlington author’s first novel

THE Green Velvet Dress, a rural, historical fiction set in a small farming and timber community in the south of Western Australia was launched this week in Darlington. The author Victoria Mizen knows what life was really like for young ...

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Starring in his own crime story

NIGHTCRAWLER is a pulse-pounding thriller set in the nocturnal underbelly of contemporary Los Angeles. Jake Gyllenhaal stars as Lou Bloom, a driven young man desperate for work who discovers the high-speed world of LA crime journalism. Finding a group of ...

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Troupadores are back in black

IN  the seventies they made history on the first TV show beamed live from the Sydney Opera House as part of a star-studded line-up. Meanwhile, in their hometown of Perth, they held the unofficial title of the coolest showmen on ...

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Evening of poetry inspired by Italy

PASSIONATE local poets Glen Phillips, Rose van Son and Rita Tognini will host a free poetry evening at the Forrestfield Library Poetry on December 4. The three performers will read from their new book Three in the Campagna: Revisiting the ...

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