Are you ready for bling! Building on the success of The Rise of Sneaker Culture and Heath Ledger: A Life in Pictures, AGWA presents the next exhibition in its Culture Juice program: Beyond Bling! celebrating, exploring and making jewellery and adornment.
Splashfest is set to come alive again on 11 March, ready to provide the best day of wet’n’wild fun under the sun. From 2pm to 5pm, Swanbourne Reserve is the best place to beat the heat for an afternoon of free, water-filled family fun with slides, rides, games, stalls and more.
Summer is set to sizzle across the City of Nedlands as the annual Summer Concerts in the Park series celebrates its 21st anniversary. Get into the groove every Sunday in February from 5.30pm to 7pm with some swingin’ soulful sounds at a free gig in one of the City’s many picturesque parks.
Get out those shoulder pads, big hair-dos and fluoro colours – a stage production of The Wedding Singer is about to transport you through time to the 1980s at Limelight Theatre. Based on the 1998 movie but with an original score, directors Jen Edwards and David Nelson are bringing the upbeat musical to life with more than 30 performers ready to deliver plenty of ’80s kitsch and retro clichés.
Disrupted Festival of Ideas is on again this year! Happening at the State Library of Western Australia 29 – 30 July, join leading big thinkers Tara Moss, Tiernan Brady , Kon Karapanagiotidis of Asylum Seeker Resource Centre (ASRC) and more than 20 other agents of change in over 30 FREE events.
- A woman dances with a puppet made from her underwear because no one else is watching.
- A woman tries to masturbate while wearing a corset and large skirts but can’t quite reach.
- A woman sets the table and waits and waits and waits for someone who never comes.
What happens when you grow up in a Mexican restaurant in the middle of Australia with dreams of Hollywood? Tel LA Novela is the story of how a guy with a love for burritos,latinos and cameos 'made it to LA' with all the scandal, drama and romance of a Mexican soap opera set to a bilingual pop soundtrack that could only be summed up as Enrique Iglesias meets Jimmy Barnes.
Check out some of WA’s freshest emerging artists, bringing you new music, modern theatre, contemporary dance, and an exciting interactive installation all in one place, all for FREE!
The indomitable spirit of Londoners at the height of the Blitz comes to the fore in a stirring musical at Limelight Theatre this November and December Written by Lionel Bart – best known as composer of Oliver! – Blitz! is a musical full of family feuds, fun and forbidden love, sprinkled with nostalgic wartime melodies and rich characters.
One of the longest-running off-Broadway shows of all time – an affectionate spoof of 1950s sci-fi movies and musical comedies – comes to Roleystone Theatre this November and December.
A love story with a dark side, Little Shop of Horrors follows florist shop assistant Seymour who becomes an overnight celebrity when he discovers an exotic plant with a craving for fresh blood.
Given she has been involved in music since the age of three, it’s little surprise Mel Kay chose to embark on a singing career. The now 22-year-old is set to release her latest singles Upside Down Town and Feel Alright at Jimmy’s Den in Northbridge on October 7
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.”
The WA Youth Jazz Orchestra Tuesday Night Orchestra will take you back to the 1960’s with this groovy program of music composed by Oliver Nelson and featuring local hip cat, Tom O’Halloran on Hammond organ.