About Tara Sidebottom

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Living life under a rock; exploring the worlds of fiction on page, screen and stage. Unintentional foodie and Instagram addict @tara_michelleanne

Author Archives: Tara Sidebottom

Tosca: An Opera of Passion

Tosca, West Australian Opera’s lasted show to grace His Majesty’s Theatre, is a whirlwind of romance, jealousy, and grief. To briefly explain: Floria Tosca (Antoinette Halloran) finds herself in danger’s way after her lover Maria Cavaradossi (Paul O’Neill) helps Cesare Angelotti (Wade Kernot) hide from the police, lead...

Velvet: Divas, Circus, and Cabaret

The award-winning wonder Velvet has been wowing audiences and has finally made its stop in Perth. Joining the Fringe World festival, this mash-up of cabaret style performance with circus adds thrill to entertainment. With a talented cast, featuring the legendary Marcia Hines, the cozy atmosphere of the...

Hey There, Georgy Girl! A Review

Sitting in the theatre, I was uncertain of how Georgy Girl the Seekers Musical would unfold. I’d seen Mamma Mia in the past and knew utilising the music from one band was a successful methodology, but I had never seen a show that followed their career as well....

The Sound of Music is Coming to Perth!

One of the greatest musicals of all time The Sound of Music is finally gracing our shores and performing at Perth’s Crown Theatre in September! Made famous by Julie Andrew’s movie adaptation of the show, The Sound of Music follows Maria’s new role as governess bringing joy through...

West Australian Opera: The Riders

Last night I went to His Majesty’s Theatre to see The West Australian Opera’s rendition of The Riders. Opera is something I have always felt  I would easily connect with but it wasn’t until last year that I saw my first live performance. No matter the language or...