Home / Reviews

Reviews

Reviews

High Wycombe couple in bedroom farce

HIGH Wycombe teacher Joseph Isaia is hitting the stage as middle-aged philanderer Brian in the Garrick Theatre’s adulterous, suburban comedy Touch and Go and Echo News has a double free pass to give away. Mr Isaia said every great farce ...

Read More »

Peanuts classic hits the stage

KALAMUNDA actor Liam Borbas and High Wycombe actress Brittany Isaia will be channelling their inner child when they join lovable loser Charlie Brown on stage for Garrick Theatre’s take on the classic 1967 musical You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown. ...

Read More »

Three monarchs show rivalry, greed, lust

KALAMUNDA Dramatic Society’s first show of 2015 is The First Henry, written and directed by Carl Pomfret. Pomfret is an award winning playwright and writes for both stage and screen. His credits include Sex-Toys, The Day of the Moribund, Mona, ...

Read More »

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 ...

Read More »

Drama, fantasy and comedy

THE Kalamunda Dramatic Society’s final play for the year Outward Bound will see the year out in style. Outward Bound charts the story of seven people who board a boat without knowing where they are going, and along the way ...

Read More »

Love is a noun

THEATRE lovers will enjoy a Black Yak production at the Garrick Theatres latest play Love is a Noun, which will run until Saturday May 4. Black Yak formed to help new directors and writers get started in the early 1990s ...

Read More »