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Movies

Camelot announces a cracker of a season

Camelot Outdoor Cinema opens for the season on December 3.

LUNA Palace Cinemas and MosArts have announced the program for this summer’s season at Camelot Outdoor Cinema, which features more advance screenings than before and a new edition to music nights. more »

Film fest has plenty of capital

A scene from <em>Human Capital</em>, opening as part of the Lotterywest Festival Films season.

THE value of one person’s life and social status is brought into question in the opening movie for the Lotterywest Festival Films. more »

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Music

Jo moves forward with new exhibition

Emerging local artist Jo Meredith draws on her love of our beaches, contemporary dance, yoga and the meditative body in a range of watercolour and pastel works for her exhibition, Sense. Taken by Andrew Ritchie

WEEKLY dance classes at Irina Asotoff Ballet School in Swan View have always been the place Jo Meredith has gone to escape from the pressures of life. more »

Rockabilly Bill brings Carl to town

Bill Culp as Carl Perkins

CANADIAN singer-songwriter Bill Culp has been portraying American rockabilly musician Carl Perkins for many years, but next month will be the first time he brings the Blue Suede Shoes writer to Perth as part of The Sun Records All-Stars. more »

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Arts

When gentleman waged war

Last Gentlemen of War curator Annie Boyd with Jandakot MLA Joe Francis, who has donated the memorial bouquet bow pictured to the exhibition. Picture: Elle Borgward

THE mystery surrounding the fate of the HMAS Sydney remained unsolved until the wreck was discovered in 2008. more »

Comedy holds mirror to marriage

Alan Morris and Nicola Bond will star in Harbour Theatre

WINNING a holiday to the most romantic city in the world will either make or break the passionless pair at the heart of Harbour Theatre’s new show April in Paris. more »

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Restaurants

Five-star fish on budget

Bookings for six or more are advisable at Paul Zammit’s A Fish Called Inglewood. Picture: Marcus Whisson    d428419

WANDA might not have moved into Beaufort Street but a Fish Called Inglewood certainly has. more »

Let them eat cake

Marie Antoinette cafe owners Pierre and Sarah Aubault. Inset: One of the cafe’s sweet treats.

A BACKGROUND in French baking and a passion for food is what led husband and wife team Sarah and Pierre Aubault to start their French cafe glacier Marie Antoinette in Cottesloe. more »

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