Something in the wake of your smile

I don’t really know what “the wake of your smile” means, but it sounds cool and I don’t care. So this is me singing Roxette’s “Listen to Your Heart” in front of people at the most recent VocalTech student showcase. I have fond memories of seeing Roxette in Perth so it was an honour toContinue reading “Something in the wake of your smile”

Every Brilliant Thing review for Perth Walkabout

My review of Every Brilliant Thing — a funny play about depression, presented by Black Swan State Theatre Company — is now online. Given the current state of the world, it’s also a very topical production… Read my Every Brilliant Thing review at Perth Walkabout.

York review for Perth Walkabout

My review of York — presented by Black Swan State Theatre Company in collaboration with WA Youth Theatre Company — is now online. Written by Ian Michael and Chris Isaacs, it’s a ghost story with a difference, spanning two centuries of Western Australian history. Read my York review at Perth Walkabout.

Amateur poetry readings in lockdown

Much of Australia has recently been in, or are still in, lockdown — including me in Perth. I was directed to work from home on Monday (it’s now Sunday again as I write this) when initial restrictions were reintroduced. And I managed to get a masked gym session in just before Premier Mark McGowan calledContinue reading “Amateur poetry readings in lockdown”