Winner of Comics Choice Award, Melbourne Comedy Festival 2018, Chopper cordially invites the world to shut up for a change. Welcome The Silencer.
Panic, terror, stupidity, crisis - they can all form a queue and suck the wrinkles out of Chopper’s walnut wallet because he has stopped giving a flying rats and is done with suffering fools.
Are femi-nazis coming to cut his bits off or will toxic masculinity give him the prostate cancer he truly deserves? Dole bludgers, climate change, anti-vaxxers, cancel culture – the outrage is deafening. Everyone is crazy, everyone has an opinion, everyone is wrong. Silence!
In amongst all this noise, hysteria, angst,snowflakes and trolls, who will give a bit of bloody shush? Chopper is there to machete his way through the jungle of bull.
08 May 20
659 Beaufort Street, Mount Lawley, Western Australia, Australia
Tchaikovsky’s passionate Fourth Symphony is an emotionally gripping masterpiece that wrestles with fate and emerges gloriously triumphant. Western Australia's Symphony Orchestra’s Concertmaster, Laurence Jackson performs
20 - 21 Nov 20
5 Saint Georges Terrace, Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Get ready to laugh, sigh and cry a little as four retired opera singers take you into the bittersweet world of facing up to age and mortality.
Written by Ronald Harwood and directed by Gwen Browning at Limelight Theatre, Quartet is set in an aged care home with Cecily, Reggie and Wilfred ready to celebrate Verdi’s birthday with an annual concert.
Reggie’s ex-wife Jean arrives and upsets the balance, continuing to act like a diva and refusing to sing – but the show must go on.
In 2012, a film adaptation was directed by Dustin Hoffman and starred Billy Connolly, Maggie Smith, Pauline Collins and Tom Courtenay.
“I loved the film,” Browning said. “For those in their 60's and above, the situation and state the characters are in is all too familiar. I felt the play would appeal to our more mature patrons while also providing a good laugh for everyone.”
Involved with Limelight Theatre since 1983, Browning has performed – as she puts it – in “too many productions to remember”.
She was named best actress at Limelight Theatre in 1992, 1996, 2004 and 2006, also scoring the accolade at the 1995 State Drama Festival.
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17 Sep 20 - 03 Oct 20
Civic Drive, Wanneroo, Western Australia, Australia