Arts

Review: Perth Poetry Club

WIth a very generous open mike, anyone annoying, amazing, boring, or bad can get up and read original, or unoriginal, material. All the while a braying crowd - hungry and screaming - jeer and toss rotten fruit at the worst performers, saving roses for the best.

Fringe World Review: Silhouette

Each beautiful performance is unique and immersive, but together they transport you from Perth to Paris, giving the truly sexy, ‘sensory burlesque experience’ that Fringe has never seen before. Personally, I have never been more aroused by native flora and disembodied legs. Review by Caz Stafford.

Fringe World Review: The Eulogy

Its Australian debut, 'The Eulogy' is a sombre affair, not because we mourn the death of Thomas, but because we mourn the loss of an hour that might only have been worse if one spent it trying to coax an ounce of personality out of Bill Shorten. Samuel J. Cox reviews.

Review: Loaded

Rather than feeling like the work of young writers auditioning for space on the main stage, the works swelled with daring, collective artistry and creativity, striving to engender the most important discussion you’ll have that night, that week, this month.

Interview: Words with SJ Finch

The Grr project is a poetic response to our world's ecological collapse. It incorporates the work of living with the act of creating art. It is not just about living off the grid or being self-sustainable; it is about working with the grid to make it kinder: to sustain other selves.