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20 Jul 2017
Join Luna Palace Cinemas for the Opening Night of The Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2017 featuring a pre-film reception with drinks, music by DJ Harvey Rae and Scandinavian smørrebrød by Miss Maud before talented Danish director Charlotte Sieling's stylish and star-studded comedy-drama The Man at Cinema Paradiso, Thursday 20 July.
Black Swan State Theatre Company in association with Performing Lines WA presents COMA LAND by Will O'Mahony from 20 July - 6 August, 2017 at the Studio Underground, State Theatre Centre of WA.
21 Jul 2017
National Pyjama Day, on Friday 21 July, is all about wearing your favourite PJ's or onesies to help The Pyjama Foundation raise much-needed awareness and funds for children in foster care. By wearing your favourite PJ’s (to school or work) and by making a donation, you'll be making a difference to the lives of children in Foster Care.
Japingka Gallery in Fremantle present two exciting exhibitions from 21 July - 29 August. Paintings that reflect the great sagas of Yam Dreaming and works that showcase the changing seasons of the West Australian Outback.
waster features a series of 'binstallations' at Grand Lane from 21 - 23 July and 28 - 30 July, 10am - 4pm as part of the City of Perth Winter Arts Season 2017. Increase your survival odds in a post-capitalist apocalypse. Gain the vital skills needed to exist in a world of catastrophic weather fluctuations.
Fremantle Arts Centre present the World Premier exhibition by Perth-raised, New York-based artist Ian Strange, opening Friday 21 July at 6.3pm and running through to Saturday 16 September. Continuing his investigations into architecture and the home ISLAND features large-scale photographs of three interventions on foreclosed suburban houses in Ohio's Rust Belt region.
In I WAS HERE seven artists turn conventional history on its head at the Fremantle Arts Centre from 21 July - 16 September. The world is flipped upside down, long held beliefs are disproved and fact replaces fiction as the artists grapple with what's real, imagined or forgotten over time.
22 Jul 2017
Colosoul-Con is an extension of the recent film festival transforming into a new miniature local pop culture convention on Saturday 22 July, 10am - 7pm at the ECU Sports Center in Joondalup. Colosoul-Con will feature local artists, cosplayers, live body painters, and graphic novelists and artists that want to be known in their industry.
The Good Market give you the opportunity of guilt-free shopping and fun activities for the whole family at UWA's Winthrop Hall Undercroft on Saturday 22 July, 11am - 3pm. With stallholders showcasing a wide selection of ethical products and services, along with delicious food.
The 2017 Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival centrepiece film, The King's Choice, is an absorbing true story of morality and honour set during World War II. Screens at Cinema Paradiso on 22 July, 29 July and 1 August. Based on extraordinary true events, and one of the eight shortlisted films for the 2017 Best Foreign Language Academy Award, Erik Poppe's is a superbly-realised box office hit.
Join bar chief James Connolly and learn the secrets of the Long Chim cocktail list in a Thai-Inspired Cocktail Masterclass on Saturday 22 July, 2 - 3.30pm. Can you taste the difference between Lemongrass and Thai Basil in your cocktails?
Enjoy a day of free community activities as the Bathers Beach Art Precinct comes to life for this winter warmer on Saturday 22 July for the whole family. A midwinters blaze. Participate in workshops, eat something delicious, grab a tasty drink and be a part of the sunset bonfire! (weather conditions permitting).
Talented young violinist Emily Leung performs one of the greatest violin concertos, Bruch's magic Violin Concerto 1 at the Perth Town Hall on 22 July and Fremantle Town Hall on 23 July. Emily is the first overseas student ever to receive the Wells Scholarship, Indiana University's most prestigious scholarship.
Get out the Christmas sweaters, Santa beards, elf ears and Christmas cheer and join Mandurah Cruises on Saturday 22 July for an Adults Only Christmas Party! Departing at 7pm and returning at 10pm, cruise into the night with the Christmas party music pumping.
Andrew McKinnon Presents Scotland the Brave at Perth Concert Hall on Saturday, 22 July at 2pm and 8pm. Perth will be treated to a good old highland fling when the international smash hit spectacular Scotland the Brave returns to wow audiences with the best of traditional Scottish music song and dance performed by almost 100 singers, dancers and musicians including pipers, drummers and fiddlers.
23 Jul 2017
Escape on an afternoon botanical adventure with The Beauty Mistress, Lisa Soon at Work-Shop Fremantle on Sunday 23 July. In this fully hands-on three hour workshop, you will create your own facial routine, by you, for you.
24 Jul 2017
Grammy-Award winning band,America, famous for their harmonies and unique sound, has announced they are returning to Australia in July with one night only in Perth's Crown Theatre on Monday 24 July! With a career spanning more than 47 years and counting, America has an extensive catalogue of hits including Ventura Highway, Tin Man, A Horse With No Name and many more.
25 Jul 2017
Enjoy A Tribute to the Genius of Ray Charles on Tuesday 25 July at Perth Blues Club, Charles Hotel in North Perth. Performed over two sets, the band will present a wide selection of Ray Charles songs from his huge repertoire.
Written by Phil Porter and Directed by Melissa Cantwell, Blink is a touch-ing play about love and outsiders performing Upstairs at 266 William Street, Northbridge from 25 - 29 July, 7.30. A quirky, fun love story, this is a bitter-sweet tale of two shy individuals who long for connection.
26 Jul 2017
We are all different. But together we colour our world amazing. The Story Place Gallery at the State Library of WA present Colour Me exhibition from 26 July - 16 August from 9am - 5pm. In the picture book Colour Me by Western Australia's Ezekiel Kwaymullina and Moira Court, a rainbow is used as a metaphor for our diversity and uniqueness.