Written by Chris Issacs, Old Love is the latest play from Perth’s theatrical super-group The Last Great Hunt. Fans of the emerging collectives work so far will not be disappointed; Old Love is full of humour, wit and captivating characters, from the sophisticated and sultry older woman Florence (Nicola Bartlett) to the younger vitriolic foot-in-mouth high flying business woman Gabby (Arielle Gray).
Celtic rockers The Rumjacks play at the Rosemount Hotel in Perth. Supporting them were King of The Travellers and Total Waste.
The next stop for Kingswood's Microscopic Wars II tour was Capitol in Perth where they put on an awesome show. Supporting them were Perth's very own Tired Lion. Stuart Sevastos was there and brings us these photos from the night:
Seth Sentry hit up Fremantle joined by scene favourites Citizen Kay and Coin Banks on Friday night as part of his national “Run” tour. It was a well executed night full of boasting egos yet grounded sincerity as the acts gave as much as they were given.
From the Rubble is the first work in the latest theatrical season for Perth Theatre Company. Based on the work of West Australian journalist Sophie McNeill, From The Rubble, is an unflinching and timely examination of the impact of war, conflict and extremism on innocent lives, both young and old.
”Fkn Insane! Sexy Amazing. Dance like nobody is watching. I’m off-chops right now, loving everybody. This is sick! 2 Chainz is lookin 4 my booty cos I got a big booty. Do you want to go out with me then break up right before Drake? We love Future!”
The next stop for Future Music Festival was Perth where a huge lineup featuring The Prodigy, Hilltop Hoods, Darude, Kiesza and more entertained the huge crowd. Our man Stuart Sevastos was there to bring the highlights of the day.
Mewithoutyou kicked off their Australian tour with their first ever show in Perth on Friday night. Supporting them were locals Foxes, Sail On! Sail On!, Spilt Cities and Kites. Stuart Sevastos was there and brings us these photos from the night:
Celebrating the 10th anniversary of their debut album Sound Shattering Sound, Perth rockers Gyroscope sent the Rosemount Hotel in a frenzy with awesome show. Supporting them were The Love Junkies. Stuart Sevastos was there to capture the highlights of the night.
Dead Letter Circus rolled into Capitol and put on amazing show. Joining in the fun were Sleepmakeswaves and local metal powerhouse Voyager.
Smack dab in the middle of Perth's busy West End - sitting just 300m from the Murray and Hay Street shopping malls - is the Ibis Perth's 192 room hotel. Though only listed as a three star establishment, it seems unfair to throw it in the same category that many seedy motels around the country seem to get. The Ibis chain are in a league of their own. This may be a low cost hotel, but the decor and amenities easily put it on par with its four and five star cousins in terms of both comfort and experience.
After an overcast day before the prospect of going to a gig on an exposed hill off the beaten track was slightly worrying, but then Perth weather has its way of switching seasons to suit. Driving up the highway with a full moon and pink skies it wasn’t hard to find the ambience as you made your way up the dirt road to Redhill Auditorium.
The hype had been building for this show since the tour sold out shortly after release. Following a strong touring schedule with a headline tour early in the year and the high octane stage shared with Violent Soho a few months back, The Smith Street Band were back on the stage once more to celebrate the release of their latest album Throw Me In The River.
Saturday night the inaugural MoveMe Improvisation Festival officially kicked off in front of an attentive and appreciative audience with a double bill of Beast #3 and No-One Will Tell Us at the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA).
Brisbane rockers Violent Soho played to a sold out show at Metropolis Fremantle, putting on a impressive performance. They were joined by Ceres and Flowermouth.