Tabetha Beggs

Tabetha Beggs
Tabetha is mix of all things creative; performer, poet, writer and philosopher. She is the Chairwoman of the historic KSP Writers' Centre, the founder and creative mind behind Perth’s Little Black Dress Productions, and the former director of arts and culture website, Perth Culture. In her spare time, she works as a marketing officer for a large city-based organisation. Tabetha is a dedicated advocate of the Perth arts and literary scene and spends much of her time reviewing and writing about it. She lives in the hills with her husband and two young children and is currently writing her first novel.

School Holiday Fun: Rock’n’Rollerskate in the City

The City of Perth brings ‘Retro Cool’ to the City this Winter. I'm not sure who was more excited, my kids or me, when I...

Review: The One

The One Review. The One returned to the stage for the Subiaco Theatre Festival on the back of a sell-out Fringe season and an encore performance at the recent Margaret River Readers and Writers Festival.

Book Launch: A Bouquet of Love

Local publishing house Serenity Press recently celebrated the release of their inaugural romance anthology A Bouquet of Love.

Perth Writers Festival – Top Picks for 2017

This year's Perth Writers Festival event will expand horizons with a strong focus on social and world issues, with many international authors set to educate, enlighten and entertain.

Interview: Artist Helen Komene – A Passion for Pastels

Interview with artist Helen Komene ahead of her Perth workshops where she will share the secret and techniques which has made her a rare talent.

Perth Fringe Festival: Grounded

In-depth review of Grounded at Perth Fringe Festival.

Perth Fringe Festival: The Smooth Sound of Velvet

Perth Fringe Festival Velet Review - Welcome back to the seventies, a land of mirror balls, party lights and a general ratio of 20% clothing to 80% flesh.

Perth Fringe Festival: La Soiree Is Back

The award-winning variety show LaSoiree returns to the Perth Fringe Festival for a third season with a fresh line-up of dazzling, jaw-dropping and gasp-worthy acts.

Theatre Review: The Sound of Music

This production of The Sound of Music in Perth totally nails it and I defy any audience member to not leave Crown Theatre singing Do-Ra-Me.

Little Shop of Horrors – Two Weeks Only!

Four years before Steve Martin and Rick Moranis put Frank Oz's 1986 cult classic movie on the map, Little Shop of Horrors opened off-Broadway as a quirky black...

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