The sitcom was famously the “show about nothing”. And that’s precisely what The West Australian got from Jason Alexander - who played George Costanza - when he arrived at Perth Airport today.
Simon Collins & Joanna Delalande
My Kitchen Rules is leaving a bad taste in the mouths of viewers this year, with the show’s ratings down a whopping 45 per cent in the five-city metro markets, losing out two major rival shows.
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Genrefonix’s latest ghoulish performance at East Perth Cemetery put a smile on everyone’s face despite the eerie setting among some of our city’s pioneer generation
We are gathered here today to remember the life of American comedian Michael Burgos ... who died on stage on Saturday night.
Moon Duo hits a sweet spot in delivering a hypnotic, repetitious soundscape that transcends you to another dimension.
Kate Tempest has long been high on Perth Festival’s performer wish list – but the timing of her appearance at this year’s festival couldn’t have been better.
If song is the source of music, what is the source of song?
Outlander’s stars spills onwhy the popular series has survived the test of time
The New York Times once opined about Nick Lowe that “the songs he has written are better known than he is”.
Two households, both alike in dignity, in fair Australia and New Zealand/Aotearoa are the setting for Perth Festival production Black Ties.
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Cheers and whoops of a corroboree greeted Noongar duo Gina Williams and Guy Ghouse to the Government House stage for a landmark concert on Thursday night.
He has set tongues wagging in the Summer Bay scene but Home And Away’s newest star Kawakawa Fox-Reo has revealed a dark secret, which will have fans shocked.
Melbourne choreographer Stephanie Lake reacted with a little bit of petulance and a whole lot of ambition when advised to keep things “small and tourable” due to funding cuts in the arts sector.
Caroline Flack’s former fiance Andrew Brady spoke about the epidemic of reality TV suicides at a private event in Sydney just days before the former Love Island UK host committed suicide.
From a combustible tale of two strange siblings, family and friendship to an debut novel for a professional ‘fact hunter’, these are four books to add to you list.
Before he fronted AC/DC Bon Scott played drums and sang in Perth pop bands. Local blues legend Dave Hole shares Bon Scott stories from the early days.
Former MAFS villain Dean Wells was booted from Dancing With The Stars after a ‘trainwreck’ first performance. But he says it’s his unlikely friendship with another contestant that’s the silver lining.
Ahead of his Perth Festival debut, acclaimed author Christos Tsiolkas explores his novel Damascus where he exposes a different take on religion.
Elton John's tour promoters say doctors are confident the star will recover from his 'walking pneumonia' , to give further performances for kiwi fans.
Fringe World wrapped up tonight after weeks of side-splitting comedy, dancing and performances. The West’s senior features writer Simon Collins took in 40 shows to bring you its best jokes.
Hayley is complaining about being judged, and what is with Stacey’s age? Our MAFS experts JMo and Benge texted during the show tonight. READ THEIR TEXT EXCHANGES HERE
Jonathon Moran and Mibenge Nsenduluka
Fire Fight Australia gave more than 70,000 music fans their modern Live Aid moment with Queen and Adam Lambert performing Queen’s 1985 Live Aid set, and Grinspoon channelling Freddie Mercury.
Cameron Adams, Jonathon Moran and Kathy McCabe
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