Korean comedy group Ongals had the crowd at 2K13 Feel Korea concert in stitches with their brand of slapstick and improvised comedy. Photos by Johnny Au
DJ FiLi and New Zealand hip hop artist Newko brought some urban beats to 2K13 Feel Korea Concert at Challenge Stadium, Perth. Photos by Johnny Au
Korean R&B star Wheesung had the crowd swooning at 2K13 Feel Korea concert at Challenge Stadium Perth last night. Spanning a career of over ten years, Wheesung recently finished his compulsory military service and is keen to pick up his career where it left off. Photos by Johnny Au
Actor, singer, entertainer and all round good guy Alexander performed his hits from his self titled album at 2K13 Feel Korea concert at Challenge Stadium, Perth. Photos by Johnny Au
K-Pop star Ailee lit up the 2K13 Feel Korea stage with an amazing vocal and dance performance. In her first performance in Australia, Ailee performed her hits from her two EPs plus her famous Beyonce covers. Photos by Johnny Au
MBLAQ wowed their devoted audience as the headline act at 2K13 Feel Korea Concert at Challenge Stadium in Perth last night. The boys played their hits including their latest track "Smokey Girl". Their dedicated fan group A+ was on hand to see them - many for the first time. Photos by Johnny Au
The 2K13 Feel Korea in Perth last night continued with the Hangul (Korean) Language Class being taught by singer/actor Alexander and comedy group Ongals. Much fun was had by the 30 participants who played various Korean games to learn the language. Photos by Johnny Au
The 2K13 Feel Korea in Perth started last night with the K-Pop Dance Class being taught by choreographers T.M.F. T.M.F has worked with the likes of BIGBANG, Infinite and 2NE1. The class was taught how to dance to G-DRAGON's "One of a Kind" with a special group selected to appear on stage with T.M.F at the Feel Korea Concert. Photos by Johnny Au
Meet Bruce. He’s a "hero" cop, turned bestselling author, turned astronaut, turned time traveller. He’s also the titular star of Tim Watts’ and Wyatt Nixon-Lloyd’s new production Bruce. Oh and in case you hadn’t noticed already he’s a giant yellow foam block.
Last week Dan Sultan brought his 'Back to Basics' solo tour to a close with an intimate sold out gig at Perth’s Ellington Jazz Club. With his band at home back in Melbourne and with no support, Sultan took to the stage alone, with only a guitar and a piano for company.
Thursday night saw Sydney troubadour Patrick James kick off the first of two intimate shows in WA in support of new single “Wait”, with a packed performance at The Ellington Jazz Club. None too shabby for an artist who hadn’t played a headline show in the state before.
This week the Australian leg of Leonard Cohen’s 'Old Ideas World Tour' arrived in Western Australia with a packed show at the Perth Arena. At 79 years old, Cohen doesn’t look to be slowing down any, treating his Perth fans to a three-hour set, that featured, a good twenty songs and not one, but two encores – and you got the impression he probably could have kept going.
Leonard Cohen and his remarkable band gave their all as he opened his Australian tour at Perth Arena in Perth. Stuart Sevastos was on the ground to capture the action.
The Hardest Way To Make An Omelette by Jessica Harlond-Kenny is a cooking demonstration like no other. Presented as part of this years Fremantle Festival, it is an at times bizarre, yet thoroughly enjoying feast of puppetry, physicality and downright messiness (I’d by lying if I said no eggs were harmed in the making of this production).
Currently presented, as part of the Fremantle Festival, by Blue Moose Theatre Productions The Warrior and The Princess is a poignant and captivating tale, inspired by true events, told through a beguiling mix of puppetry, live action and shadow play.