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What’s On: Twilight dining

What’s On: Twilight dining

Brigid Dix, ECU Reporter

September 10, 2017


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Spring has officially begun which means warmer weather and the awaited return of the twilight markets. By twilight markets we are not referring to vampire and werewolf themed markets, instead markets that are held in the evening usually from 5-9pm and have a variety of food and drink stalls and carts,...

Jazz fusion: Reinventing Count Basie

Jazz fusion: Reinventing Count Basie

Vesh Arumugam, ECU Reporter

September 10, 2017


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Count Basie's remarkable legacy can undoubtedly be remembered by the swinging hit, One O'Clock Jump. The song written in 1937, was an instant hit for jazz lovers and jitterbugs alike. WAAPA is playing homage to the tune with the upcoming event, One O’Clock Jump, starring a jazz vocal ensemble. This...

What’s On: Music, Sport, Flowers

What’s On: Music, Sport, Flowers

Reney Omar, ECU Reporter

September 4, 2017


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Now that spring is finally here, it's time to get outdoors. Here's a few ideas: Blossom Season Orchard gates are being opened so we can all enjoy seeing trees in full bloom, from 9-13 September, from 9am to 4pm. The S&R Orchard is in Walliston in the Perth Hills. It offers fresh country ai...

A whole new bird

A whole new bird

Holly Ferguson, ECU Daily Reporter

September 4, 2017


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

The Perth theatre community is buzzing following the announcement of Black Swan State Theatre Company’s 2018 Season. The season is unlike anything the company has done before. Creative, contemporary and provocative, the season is broken into four conversations, or mini festivals, made up of six...

Diversity on the runway

Diversity on the runway

Ashleigh Melanko, ECU Reporter

September 4, 2017


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Indigenous Artist Peter Farmer and Sandra Rives, designer from local label Red Opium, will showcase their fashion collaboration, Chirriger Collection, at the Telstra Perth Fashion Festival (TPFF) on Saturday 9 September. Most of their designs will be worn by Indigenous models in the show, in hopes t...

POND love at Freo Prison

POND love at Freo Prison

Jackson Lavell-Lee, Reporter

September 3, 2017


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Showcase

POND is embarking on a national tour including one massive show in their home town at the Fremantle Prison on 16 September with Body Type and Reef Prince. The Weather tour celebrates their 7th studio album, produced by Kevin Parker which includes their latest single Paint Me Silver, which has been described as a “perfect pop song”. Lead singer Nicholas Allbrook told ECU Daily, if a genre label had to be put on the latest alb...

Feast your eyes

Feast your eyes

Megan Birch, ECU Reporter

September 3, 2017


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Showcase

We love to share our food, not physically, but digitally. Food photography on social media is becoming so more and more popular. So much so that Perth Photographer Danica Zuks is holding a food photography workshop to teach people “how to capture drool worthy images of their food and spruik up their...

What’s On: Spring things

What’s On: Spring things

Danielle Blanch, Reporter

August 27, 2017


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

You can’t complain there’s nothing to do in Perth this Spring. With delicious local food, art exhibitions, adult Disney escapades and handmade craft markets throughout the month, you’ll be scrambling for more spare time. West Coast Bake Flour Market The Flour Market is heading back to the West...

Studio Ghibli’s Magical Cinematic Return

Studio Ghibli’s Magical Cinematic Return

Brigid Dix, Reporter

August 27, 2017


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Going to the movies is always a fun outing, but sometimes it's hard to decide what to see. Thanks to Madmen Entertainment and Japanese film studio Studio Ghibli, this month we are spoiled for choice because they are showcasing 22 of their much loved movies in cinemas across Australia between August 26...

Seven reality bites in TILT

Seven reality bites in TILT

Kristy Clark, ECU Reporter

August 27, 2017


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

In a world full of alternative facts and fake news, information is instantaneous and readily available for consumption. So, where do we go for the truth? TILT endeavours to find out. TILT features seven original performances, directed written and acted by third year WAAPA students under the guidance...

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