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05 Jun 2017
To celebrate WA Day, The Bell Tower will host an Open Day on Monday 5 June, 2017. As we acknowledge the original custodians and inhabitants of this land, we also celebrate those who have settled here and made Western Australia their home.
Enjoy four concert sessions different historic churches in Fremantle, with a short heritage talk at each venue, on Monday 5 June, 2017. St John's Anglican Church (10.30am); Scot's Presbyterian Church (noon); Wesley Uniting Church (2pm) and The Basilica of St Patrick (3.30pm).
SOTA returns to Elizabeth Quay as part of the WA Day Festival on Monday 5 June, 2pm - 9pm. Rock out to WA's biggest free music festival, SOTA, showcasing some of WA's biggest and best home grown talent including headline acts, KoKarnivool and Drapht! Licensed and non-licensed areas will be available to watch the action on the main stage.
07 Jun 2017
A collision of comedy and music will leave people laughing in the aisles as Limelight Theatre's latest offering spends 24 hours in a dysfunctional supermarket. Three stories intertwine and collide over the course of one long day, exploring how our work family may not be the one we choose but is the family we grow to love and hate.
08 Jun 2017
'Poetry In Conversation' is a chance for you to listen to some of Perth's best poets in an interview format with Robert Wood at the Centre for Stories. The series continues on Thursday 8 June with Caitlin Maling.
09 Jun 2017
Western Australian wine comes to the city door step on 9 & 10 June where you can take in the tastes of WA in the pop up venue created at the Urban Orchard, part of the Perth Cultural Centre. Enjoy wine from some of WA's best boutique producers and joining with friends while being entertained and taking in a tapas styled meal.
Berlin Philharmonic Principal Horn Stefan Dohr and conductor Johannes Debus make their West Australian Symphony Orchestra debuts in Passions & Contrasts at the Perth Concert Hall on 10 & 9 June. Hailed by the New York Chronicle as "the king of his instrument", Dohr will perform Strauss' blazing Second Horn Concerto.
Crown Theatre Perth will come alive on June 9, as jazz royalty is celebrated in one special evening. Legendary Grammy award-winning vocalist Patti Austin and Australia's own trumpet maestro James Morrison come together with the West Australian Symphony Orchestra's Big Band Horns, to perform timeless hits from the Great American Songbook of Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong.
10 Jun 2017
Immerse yourself in one of the largest contemporary African art exhibitions to take place globally in 2017 and the first such exhibition to take place within Australia. The Another Antipodes: Urban Axis Exhibition promises to vigorously challenge preconceptions of Africa and nurture cross-cultural discovery.
Come along to this intimate BYO live music gig in a local Scarborough Art Gallery on Saturday 10 June. Art Space Collective is unique space for to get a little cosy on the Persian rugs. Bring a picnic and some wine and enjoy the live music.
The Wearable Art Mandurah Showcase presents the finest wearable art from across Australia and beyond through a highly entertaining stage performance at the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre on Saturday 10 June, 6.30pm and Sunday 11 June, 2.30pm.
Join Pan Pacific Perth for an evening of gastronomic indulgence, paired with a selection of elegant Australian Penfolds wines. Enjoy our five-course set menu, featuring a diverse selection of fresh Australian produce, envisioned by our Head Chef, Paul Gaspa and Executive Pastry Chef, Laurent Xavier.
11 Jun 2017
One Fine Day takes the hard work out of planning a fresh, creative and fun wedding day. Over 60 of the best wedding vendors in Perth have been handpicked so you can meet them all under one roof at the Robinson Pavilion at Claoremont Showgrounds on 11 June, 10am - 3.30pm.
13 Jun 2017
What do the hits 'Push It', 'Gangsta's Paradise', 'Ice Ice Baby', 'Funky Cold Medina', 'Bust a Move' and 'I Wanna Sex U Up' have in common? They are some of the most iconic songs of the 90s and this coming June, MJR gives you the artists behind the hits, together for one big party as the original 'I Love the 90s' tour hits Australia for the very first time.
14 Jun 2017
Machines will meet Mozart in this remarkable concert by the Perth Chamber Orchestra on Wednesday 14th June. Set in the industrial surrounds of the historic Midland Railway Workshops, Perth Chamber Orchestra will perform magical works by the master that is Mozart among the machinery, equipment and rail tracks that remain.
Bell Shakespeare's John Bell and acclaimed pianist Simon Tedeschi will join forces to put on a rare performance of Enoch Arden at His Majesty's Theatre on Wednesday 14 June. The melodrama, composed by Richard Strauss to the words of Lord Tennyson's 1864 poem, tells the tragic tale of a shipwrecked seaman who returns home after 10 years to find his wife, believing he is dead, has remarried and had a child with another man.
Perth’s most exciting performance makers Side Pony Productions and The Last Great Hunt have come together for the first time to create a deeply unsettling theatrical experience, due to premiere at the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA) from 14 to 24 June.
Featuring one of Australia's leading cabaret and music theatre performers, the irrepressible Naomi Price, Rumour Has It beings Adele's deliciously frank story to life and delivers the greatest hits from a mega-platinum catalogue, including Rolling in the Deep, Someone Like You, Turning Tables, Set Fire to the Rain and the Oscar-winning Skyfall.
15 Jun 2017
A unique pop-up play and discovery experience for toddlers is coming to Perth on 15, 16 & 17 June, with Toddler World set to delight children and look after parents too. Toddler World takes place at HBF Stadium from, exposing children aged six and under to a wide range of experiences in a safe and comfortable play environment.
The City of South Perth is proud to present a live Comedy Special featuring Matt Storer on Thursday 15 June, 7 - 8pm at the Perth Zoo Japanese Gardens. Matt uses his unique imagination to create refreshingly original comedy, both on his feet and behind a piano.