We create amazing shows to foster local talent. 

OUR MISSION IS SIMPLE: 

▪️ Provide a platform for emerging local artists and entertainers.

▪️ Raise awareness and funds for our adopted charity 'HeartKids'.

▪️ Encourage community involvement at the highest level  

▪️ Entertain the people of WA with an awesome night out.


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OUR FORTHCOMING SHOWS

The Diments

August 2019

A home grown rock show with a difference, a big original rock score, and a musical plot with a dark twist. The Diments Rock Opera is a wicked tale of falling from grace into chaos, and one man’s quest for redemption.

This epic in 2 Acts combines theatrical rock performances, stunning costumes and over the top set design – think Alice Cooper, Kiss and Iron Maiden – with dramatic storytelling to create one hell of a show!

Tickets on sale 13 May, 9am.

Cats

November 2019

After Platinum Entertainment’s highly acclaimed re-working of Jesus Christ Superstar last year - the pressure is on to bring Cats into contemporary WA.

Gone are the 80’s unitards and leg-warmers and in are a fresh set of stylish costumes, updated choreography and unique staging.

Platinum is pleased to welcome Una Genuino as our main choreographer for Andrew Lloyd Webber’s cherished masterpiece.

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PIRATES OF PENZANCE

March 2020

Platinum Entertainment is pleased to announce the arrival of ‘‘POP’’ Pirates of Penzance all the way from the UK. That’s right, our illustrious producer and director Mr Trevor Patient re-wrote this Gilbert and Sullivan classic with his musical genius uni mate Chris Cox. The result was a side-splitting updated version with music to please the modern ear and crazy characters full of fun, frolics and four-part harmony.

A pirate ship with a ‘‘rock’’ feel has been designed and Mr P promises you all the biggest pirate ship ever to be sailed in the southern-hemisphere - well, maybe the Quarry Amphitheatre.


LET US ENTERTAIN YOU

The Rockpit

“Too many highlights to mention them all but for me Trikeriotis’s Gethsemane was jaw dropping tonight, Rabonne’s Judas was outstanding throughout and Mercanti’s Pilate simply brilliant.  From the fantastic live band, the dancers & festival goers, all the principles, through to the production and direction (Trevor & Katrina Patient), everything was top class.”

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Stage Whispers

“Vin Trikeriotis brings stunning vocals to our rock star Jesus Christ, leading the cast in a confident and impressive performance. Jamie Mercanti’s Pilate is formidable and vocally strong, while Paul Whitehead’s Herod lights up the stage in a fun rendition of Herod’s song, assisted by a gorgeous chorus of dancers. The Producers at Priest Records, Caiaphas (Andrew Milner), Annas (Ash Schofield), Aaron (Dan Millgate) and Kohen (Luke Miller) are a solid team who work well together.”

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OUT in Perth

“Local drag superstar Feminem (Dean Misdale) was a clear crowd favourite as Killer Queen, the unchallenged leader of the villainous Globalsoft Corporation. Taking to the stage in an array of fabulous costumes and wigs, Misdale nails the characters drag debut with a wicked flair – and a few less that subtle Adele gags that were more than welcome.”

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Seesaw Magazine

"The star of the show, for me, was Feminem – and Leah Andrews’ costumes really are dynamite with a laser beam. It’s crazy to think Killer Queen hasn’t been played in drag before. No turning back! The punk-gothic look of the Bohemians’ costumes were a nostalgic feast, too, reminding me of my 80s and 90s wardrobe."

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Community News, Eastern Reporter

"WHEN the Perth production of We Will Rock You opened at the newly refurbished His Majesty’s Theatre over the weekend, it began with a disclaimer the show’s name was not just a title, it was a promise.

And it was a promise that was delivered."

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