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Musical suite inspired by 1879 disaster

Musical inspired by disaster

By Sally McGlew WRITING public disasters to music is no easy feat but for Lesmurdie composer and folk musician Iris Jones it’s a gift that just keeps giving and something that comes easily to her creative spirit. Originally hailing from ...

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On the world stage

Fringe Festival Swan Valley

By Claire Ottaviano WHILE many Swan Christian College Year 12 graduates are enjoying a well-deserved break on Leavers, it won’t be long until they are back in the College’s Maali Mia Theatre as professional performers rehearsing for their Fringe Festival ...

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Kalamunda crowds up for fun

Cameron the Magician

By Melissa Sheil FRINGE World Festival performer Cameron the Magician is bringing his energetic comedic magic shows back to the Kalamunda Hotel for another round of laughs. Luckily for West Australians, Fringe World Festival 2021 is going ahead with a ...

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The Xrossing makes Swan View the star

A MIXTURE of “stubbornness, tenacity and stupidity” has seen a movie shot and produced in Swan View take home a raft of international film awards. The Xrossing, written and directed by Swan View’s Steven Mihaljevic,  had its world premiere at ...

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Lesmurdie local makes arts more inclusive

By Breanna Inferrera A LESMURDIE arts management student’s unique vision to make the arts more inclusive is being put into practice in Perth’s nightlife hub. Anastasia Beasley, 20, who is currently interning at The Rechabite in Northbridge, has organised her ...

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Entwined returns in COVID times

AT A time when it has never been more important to shop locally and support local businesses, Entwined in the Valley 2020 returns for a three-day showcase of the Swan Valley’s unique offerings. This year’s program of dynamic and delicious ...

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Thank you for the music Ray

By Claire Ottaviano WHEN Mundaring student Ray Zhang first picked up a guitar he never imagined his music would be broadcast on the national stage only three years later. Self-described as a “sad boy making mediocre songs”, there’s nothing mediocre ...

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Global success for young Ellenbrook model

By Breanna Inferrera NOT many seven-year-olds can say they have 8000 Instagram followers or have flown to the United States for a global performing arts competition. But Ellenbrook resident Zara Pannu can. In 2018, Miss Pannu took part in the ...

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Afternoon at the Proms in Kalamunda

By Breanna Inferrera THE City of Perth Brass Brand will bring a taste of the Proms to Kalamunda this weekend in its first concert since COVID-19 restrictions were eased in WA. Inspired by the classical music festival held annually at ...

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