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After school improv program. Process-driven Drama to build confidence, creativity and fun! Be present, flexible, playful, bold! Be yourself.
From the company that brought you the sell-out season of The Secret Garden Project, comes a brand new psychological drama set around an eco-disaster. The Trembling Giant is an explosive and emotional journey exploring the polarised issue of humanity versus the natural world in a race for survival.
Father Costello and his flock of nuns are back in the habit this August when their previous high spirits are dashed by a troublesome ghost. Written and directed by Noel O’Neill, Hail Mary 2: The Haunting comes to the Old Mill Theatre this August, presented in conjunction with Maverick Theatre Productions.
Small, delicate and ephemeral, this exhibition of works are a conversation in colour. Meticulously constructed out of paper, soft woods and metal foils rendered in gouache, they are infused with ideas of landscape and explore the relationship that develops between colour, form, structure and light.
Hundreds of primary school student’s respond to this year’s theme, Conserving Our Local Waterways. The most popular designs from this display will be translated into banners to adorn the Mundaring town centre for the coming year.
Heading to Perth for the first time after a sell-out season off Broadway, this hilarious musical will be just the antidote we need in the lead up to yet another US presidential election drama.
Melville Theatre is pleased to present Neil Simon's Barefoot in the Park. Paul and Corie Bratter are newlyweds in every sense of the word. He’s a straight-as-an-arrow lawyer and she’s a free spirit always looking for the latest kick.
Finlandisation is a series of landscape photographs that focus on the seemingly disparate landscapes of the Swan River hinterland and Lapland.
An interactive exhibition of sculpture and installations by West Australian artists which interpret Broome’s multicultural nature and the town’s links to Asia.
A Celebration of the Golden Era of Jazz. As the classic Duke Ellington song goes…“It Don’t Mean a Thing, If It Ain’t Got That Swing.”
Join the Australian Chamber Orchestra for a free three-hour string workshop in Perth on Thursday 20 October 2016. Applications due Friday 9 September.
This revival of Moliere's classic 17th Century satire is divine intervention gone mad!
Join illustrator, Gabriel Evans, in releasing his latest picture book from award winning publisher team, Walker Books.
Join the Broome arts community for this annual event which showcases the best artistic talent every year. The Shinju Matsuri Art Awards receives more that 80 entries across various categories.
Propel Youth Arts WA is looking for a Project Officer for National Youth Week WA, where the primary focus of the position will be to plan and coordinate the 2017 KickstART Festival.
The Robert Juniper Award for the Arts is an annual award offered to a young person under the age of 35 with a strong connection to the Shire of Mundaring who excels at their chosen art form, whether that be visual arts, craft, performing arts, literature, film or music. Entries are due by 30 September with up to $9,000 being offered.
The Midnite Youth Theatre Company supports new and emerging writers and is asking for submissions for the 2016 MYTC Playwright Commission. The commission offers a successful playwright (or writing team) $3,000 to develop a short (45 - 60 minute) script suitable to be performed by actors aged between 14 and 21.