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Dreams Of Place

Over 100 musicians join forces with local Noongar singers to deliver a concert exploding with evocative images of place.

  • Dates:Jul 23 & 25
  • Time(s):Fri 7:30pm & Sun 5:00pm
  • Venue:Perth Concert Hall

Details

  • Hosted By:Perth Festival and WASO
  • Ticket Price:From $35
  • Type:Aboriginal Art & Events,Youth Art / Performance
  • Festivals:Perth Festival
  • Music:Classical,Orchestral
  • Produced By:Perth Festival,WASO: WA Symphony Orchestra
  • Event Venue:Perth Concert Hall

Description

For thousands of years, music has been intrinsic to honouring country and ingraining a sense of place. Collaborating side-by-side the West Australian Symphony Orchestra and Western Australian Youth Orchestra will adventure across lands and through time, from Perth’s own spectacular Derbarl Yerrigan to Finland’s Kemijoki, the majestic Black Swan to the magical colours of the Firebird. 

With world premiere performances of works delivered by outstanding Noongar musicians and performers featuring the spellbinding Della Rae Morrison and Barry McGuire sitting alongside classics from Sibelius, Copland and Stravinsky, this magical night of orchestral colour, conducted by Thaddeus Huang, will bring you a renewed love for the sand beneath your feet.

Tickets on sale now!

Program includes:
Jean Sibelius Finlandia
Aaron Copland The Tender Land – Suite
Igor Stravinsky The Firebird – Suite

Thaddeus Huang conductor
Barry McGuire & Della Rae Morrison vocals
West Australian Youth Orchestra
West Australian Symphony Orchestra

 

Gecko Ensembles Subiaco – Weekly Drama Classes with Barking Gecko Theatre

Gecko Ensembles are Barking Gecko Theatre's weekly drama classes for children. It’s where self-expression leads to self-confidence, stretching their imaginations in exciting directions.

  • Dates:Jul 22- Sep 18
  • Time(s):Sat 9am-10.30am; Thu 4pm-5.30pm
  • Venue:Subiaco Arts Centre

Details

  • Hosted By:Barking Gecko Theatre
  • Type:For Kids,Workshops
  • Produced By:Barking Gecko
  • Event Venue:Subiaco Arts Centre

Description

Subiaco Gecko Ensembles are on sale for Term 3! Gecko Ensembles are Barking Gecko Theatre's weekly drama classes for children. It’s where self-expression leads to self-confidence, stretching their imaginations in exciting directions. Gecko Ensembles question, explore, imagine and create. Gecko Ensembles focus on the learning that comes from engaging with drama processes, rather than focussing on an end of term production. Through exploring some of life's big questions children develop collaboration and communication skills and build resilience and empathy. They challenge themselves, listen to each other, learn new skills and most importantly, have fun! Gecko Ensembles celebrate children’s diverse ideas, interests and imagination. Children act as our creative consultants, exploring the same content as Barking Gecko’s artistic teams are exploring in our rehearsal rooms. At Barking Gecko Theatre we believe when children’s creativity is nurtured, their potential is endless! Little Geckos (ages 5-7) 24 July – 18 September Saturdays 9am – 10.30am Junior Geckos (ages 8-12) 22 July – 16 September Thursdays 4pm – 5.30pm

Scandinavian Film Festival

Discover the culture, history and life of the Nordic region with the highly anticipated Scandinavian Film Festival.

  • Dates:Jul 14 - Aug 4
  • Venue:Palace Cinemas Raine Square

Details

  • Hosted By:Palace Cinemas
  • Other:Film Events,Film Festivals
  • Festivals:All Festivals

Description

Showcasing an impressive program of award-winning films from Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland and Denmark, the Scandinavian Film Festivals is the perfect event for film lovers.

York

Set in and around an abandoned hospital in the township of York, on Ballardong Nyoongar country, this epic piece of truth-telling blends humour and horror to uncover the buried histories.

  • Dates:Jul 17 - Aug 1
  • Venue:Heath Ledger Theatre

Details

  • Hosted By:Black Swan Theatre Company of WA
  • Ticket Price:Between $36 - $93
  • Type:Aboriginal Art & Events
  • Performing Arts:Theatre
  • Produced By:Black Swan State Theatre Company
  • Event Venue:State Theatre Centre of WA

Description

Slipping through time and genres, York unveils the pasts we invent and the pasts we fail to acknowledge. Inspired by 200 years of real accounts, this daring new work sheds light on how our stories are told – and who tells them. Neighbour, I’ve been having trouble sleeping. Perhaps it’s that we haven’t been here very long but… do you hear it? There’s a pulse. A voice. Underneath and around. I’ve stripped back the wall paper and lifted the carpet. I’ve pulled up the floorboards and stand with a sledgehammer above the foundations. The tension is climbing up the walls and through the beams. There’s something unsettled here. Something needing to be heard.

Music of the Spheres

Space: Our next frontier

  • Dates:Jul 31
  • Time(s):7.30pm
  • Venue:Perth Concert Hall

Details

  • Hosted By:West Coast Philharmonic Orchestra and WA Wind Symphony
  • Music:Orchestral
  • Event Venue:Perth Concert Hall

Description

Join us on a musical adventure as we warp to the four corners of a galaxy, far fay away ... Prepare yourselves for a musical journey through the cosmos as we unleash the award-winning sounds of the WA Wind Symphony along with the vibrant West Coast Philharmonic at Perth Concert Hall. Featuring all of your space favourites from Star Wars, The Mandalorian, Star Trek, 2001: A Space Odyssey. Holst's The Planets and more ... This is the way.

Youth Ballet WA Presents Charlesworth's 60th Anniversary Gala

Youth Ballet WA are celebrating their belated 60th Anniversary in style this year with a one show only Gala highlighting the future stars of the Australian dance world.

  • Dates:Jul 31
  • Time(s):7pm
  • Venue:Crown Theatre Perth

Details

  • Hosted By:Youth Ballet WA
  • Ticket Price:$20 Children, $50 Adult
  • Type:Youth Art / Performance
  • Performing Arts:Ballet,Dance

Description

After having to cancel last years celebrations due to COVID-19 Youth Ballet WA are excited to be able to grace the stage once again and perform a range of works that showcases the rich history of their programme. Audiences will be treated to not only classical favourites but a range of genres that highlights the diverse talent that young West Australian dancers have to offer. This show is not to miss and will take place on July 31st and the stunning Crown Theatre Perth.

10-day Happiness Challenge

Jump online for 10-days to find clarity and a shift in your attitude.

  • Dates:Jul 21-30
  • Venue:Virtual

Details

  • Hosted By:Happiness Co
  • Ticket Price:100.00
  • Type:Workshops

Description

Jump online for 10-days to find clarity and a shift in your attitude. Whether you are feeling sluggish, uninspired, flat or are dealing with issues weighing you down - our 10-day challenge aims to make you feel inspired, supported and motivated to take back control of your life and the way you feel.

In 10 days we cover:

10 Livestream Videos

Team of mentors to support and assist you

Daily homework tasks to keep you inspired

Private Facebook Group for communication

Daily Accountability

45 mins - 1 hour per day of content/activities

A Night in Council House (POSTPONED)

Join Tim Ross for an intimate evening in the iconic Council House, presenting a brand new live show that looks at design, memories and the Australian home

  • Venue:Council House

Details

  • Hosted By:Council House
  • Ticket Price:$85.00
  • Other:Homes and Design,Lectures & Talks

Description

The design of Council House resulted from a national architectural competition conducted by Perth City Council in 1960. Over 60 designs were submitted and the winning design was by Jeffrey Howlett and Don Bailey of Melbourne, who subsequently moved to Perth to set up practice for the design and construction of the building. The resulting building is recognised throughout Australian as one of the finest examples of 1960s ‘minimalist modern’ office buildings in the country and was officially opened by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, on 25 March 1963.

There were a number of details incorporated in the design that attracted particular attention at the time of construction. The area on which Council House, Perth stands is floored with local grey Mundaring granite and the building was designed so that natural and artificial lighting has maximum visual effect, both internally and externally.The uninterrupted floor to ceiling double glazing provides the building occupants with spectacular views of the city and the river, while the building has a unique appearance of transparency, particularly at night, prompting one journalist to write that ‘it has the effect of a glittering diamond in the city when night falls.’

Act-Belong-Commit MetSO Young Artists (MYA) Concert Series 2021 - Winter

Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra Young Artist 2021 – Zoe McGivern – performing the sparkling Arutiunian Trumpet Concerto. Conductor MetSO Artistic Director Burhan Güner. Plus more.

  • Dates:Jul 25
  • Time(s):2:30pm
  • Venue:Churchlands Concert Hall, Churchlands SHS

Details

  • Hosted By:The Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra
  • Ticket Price:$12-27
  • Type:Community
  • Music:Classical,Concerto,Orchestral

Description

Over the summer, the Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra (MetSO) expanded their highly successful MetSO Young Artist (MYA) program, by opening it up to State-wide application via online video-submission. The standard of all applicants was extremely high.

The MetSO Young Artists for 2021 are : Tina Algeri (Piano Soloist), Jesse Chester Browne (Soprano), Lachlan Higgins (Baritone), Zoe McGivern (Trumpet), and Kaining Wang (Piano Soloist). These exceptional young local artists will now go on to perform in the Act-Belong-Commit MetSO Young Artists (MYA) Concert Series 2021. The first of which is on Sunday July 25th 2:30pm, featuring Zoe McGivern playing the sparkling Arutiunian Trumpet Concerto, conducted by MetSO Artistic Director Burhan Güner. Also on the program, are two gems from the dawn of the Parisienne “Belle Époque”, Saint-Saëns - Suite Algérienne and Franck - Symphony in D minor. All concerts in this series will be held at the new Churchlands Concert Hall, located at Churchlands Senior High School.

Tickets from $12-$27 (online) and can be booked at metsoperth.org/tickets, or by Googling “metso tickets”.

Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors and Heroes

A captivating exhibition filled with some of the finest examples of Greek sculpture, armour, jewellery, vases and ancient sporting artefacts.

  • Dates:Jul 3- Nov 7
  • Venue:WA Museum Boola Bardip

Details

  • Other:History
  • Produced By:WA Museum
  • Event Venue:WA Museum Boola Bardip
  • Ticket Price:From $15

Description

From the sporting triumphs of the original Olympians to the conquests of Alexander the Great and the epic tales of Homer, Greek history is filled with the glorious deeds of athletes, warriors and heroes. The Ancient Greeks were renowned for their competitive spirit. It famously flourished in sporting and battle arenas but also in the performing arts, with contests in music, drama, sculpture and painting. Underpinning the quest for glory and honour was an emphasis on excellence. Physical training sculpted the body that would achieve sporting or military victory. Education, philosophy, science and the visual arts were equally important, shaping and sharpening the mind.

Babies Proms with the Philharmonic Orchestra

WA Youth Orchestras presents the ever so popular Babies Proms with the Philharmonic Orchestra. A wonderful live musical experience with a full 70-piece symphony orchestra for children aged 2 - 8.

  • Dates:Jul 24 & 25
  • Time(s):10am & 11:30am
  • Venue:Perth College

Details

  • Hosted By:WA Youth Orchestras
  • Ticket Price:$15 per person (unallocated seating). No booking fees. Children under 2 are free (ticket required) provided they do not require a seat.
  • Type:Community,For Kids
  • Music:Classical,Orchestral

Description

Philharmonic Orchestra, Peter Moore OAM: presenter and Jen Winley, conductor

The Babies Proms offer children aged 2 – 8 the wonderful opportunity to experience live music. With a full 70-piece symphony orchestra, learn about the instruments, be invited to conduct the orchestra in a fun, interactive musical program.

Tickets $15 per person (unallocated seating). No booking fees. Children under 2 are free (ticket required) provided they do not require a seat.

Proudly presented by St John of God Health Care, Community & Family Partner

Bilya Kaatijin

Bilya Kaatijin (which means “Fresh Water Knowledge” in Noongar) is the fourth and final story in Yirra Yaakin’s Kaatijin series for young people.

  • Dates:Metro Tour: Apr 27 - July 2, Aug 9 - Sep 3 | South West Tour: July 19 - Aug 6
  • Venue:Multiple Venues

Details

  • Hosted By:Yirra Yaakin
  • Type:Aboriginal Art & Events
  • Performing Arts:Theatre
  • Produced By:Yirra Yaakin

Description

Connecting stories from Noongar land (south-west Western Australia) to Wonguktha land (the northern Goldfields), Aotearoa (New Zealand) and the Kikuyu people of Kenya, Bilya Kaatijin teaches us about the importance of water to First Nations people around the world. Journeying through global Dreaming stories, the show teaches its audiences about the importance of accepting others, the power of empathy and the impact of climate change to the land and the Noongar seasons. This production continues Yirra Yaakin’s involvement in connecting young people & families with important cultural knowledge and stories about our region. We are committed to sharing important messages of caring for country, environmental sustainability and cultural awareness.

Borderline

“Borderline Personality Disorder. I had never heard of it but the doctor handed me a checklist and it felt like I was reading myself on a page.”

  • Dates:Jul 20 - 24; Jul 26 - 31
  • Time(s):7.00pm
  • Venue:The Blue Room Theatre

Details

  • Hosted By:Stumble and The Blue Room
  • Ticket Price:$25 - $30
  • Performing Arts:Theatre

Description

Evelyn is brave, funny, sad, vulnerable, colourful and utterly relatable. This tour-de-force solo performance is their deeply personal and lyrical exploration of growing up and living with mental illness. From struggling to make it to the next check-in text, to believing in tomorrow. Experience a life told as a story, chaotic and unfinished, filled with poetry, puppets and plenty of dance breaks. Accompanied by heartfelt live music from folk singer-songwriter Be Gosper, witness stories from the backyard, memories in the kitchen, hugs on the front porch and dancing in the driveway. Borderline is an ode to the nights we survive.

BREC International Film Festival – Winter 2021

Experience a unique program of diverse Australian and international films.

  • Dates:Jul 8 - 25

Details

  • Hosted By:Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre
  • Other:Film Festivals,Film Events
  • Event Venue:Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre
  • Festivals:All Festivals

Description

We’re bringing the world back to the City of Bunbury and invite all lovers of cinema to gather and immerse in the exciting array of films on offer.

Brickwrecks: Sunken Ships in LEGO Bricks

Discover the stories of 8 extraordinary shipwrecks, revealed in incredible LEGO model detail!

  • Dates:Jul 3- Jan 30
  • Venue:WA Maritime Museum

Details

  • Hosted By:WA Maritime Museum
  • Ticket Price:From $12.50, Museum Fees Apply
  • Type:For Kids
  • Produced By:WA Museum
  • Event Venue:WA Maritime Museum
  • Other:Museum events

Description

Ryan "The Brickman" McNaught and expert maritime archaeologists brings the stories of 8 astonishing shipwrecks in this immersive exhibition. Featuring large-scale LEGO® models of ships such as Western Australia’s famous Batavia, the “unsinkable” Titanic, the highly decorated Vasa and the ill-fated Terror and Erebus. Come and uncover the stories of the voyages, life aboard the ships, their watery demise and the shipwreck detectives who locate and document the wrecks.

Brookfield Place Announced as Perth's Main Capital City Live Site for the 2020 Olympics Game

Brookfield Place Perth is thrilled to announce it has been selected as Perth’s main live site for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, broadcasting all the Olympic events live.

  • Dates:Jul 23 - Aug 8
  • Venue:Brookfield Place Precinct

Details

  • Hosted By:Brookfield Place
  • Type:Free
  • Sports:International Comp,Spectator Sports

Description

Brookfield Place – off St Georges Terrace in the heart of the CBD - is one of a limited number of live sites across the country which have been selected by the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) to bring the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games to the people of Australia under the Olympics Live Presented by Westpac banner. The announcement coincides with Olympic Day, the day International Olympic Committee and the modern Olympic Movement was founded by Pierre de Coubertain in 1894. Today, Olympic Day is about encouraging people across the world to get moving and promote the benefits of being healthy and active, regardless of location, age or ability. Selected Olympians will make an appearance at the precinct to mark the event at Brookfield Place and meet their fans and share their own Olympic journeys. There is only a one-hour time difference between Japan and Australia, so fans will be able to catch the action at prime-time during the Olympics which will take place between 23 July and 8 August.

Cabin Fever Festival 2021

Put a hold on hibernation this winter with more than 30 unique events throughout the Margaret River Region in Western Australia, designed to help you break the boredom!

  • Dates:Jul 16-25
  • Venue:Margaret River

Details

  • Hosted By:Cabin Fever
  • Type:Community,Adults Only
  • Food & Drink:Beer,Coffee,Festival,Wine,Winery Events
  • Other:Travel
  • Festivals:All Festivals

Description

10 days of wintry goodness are coming your way this July 16-25. All your festival favourites are back with plenty of fire, food and fine tunes planned for your winter down south. Plus, a line-up of new and exciting events coming your way. More than 40 experiences dotted from Busselton to Margaret River and everywhere in between. Will feature chocolate and coffee appreciation, secret speakeasies, wine dinners, wine-fuelled crafts, bonfires, brews, live music and more. Tickets go on sale mid-April. Sign up to the newsletter below for updates, or follow along on social media.

CircusWA Term 3 Program!

We’re back to school, Term 3 2021! Keep yourself moving and stay warm during this cold, wet and wintery weather.

  • Dates:July 19th - September 26th
  • Time(s):9am - 8:45pm
  • Venue:The Freo Big Top

Details

  • Hosted By:CircusWA
  • Ticket Price:$19.80 - $319
  • Type:Community,For Kids,Youth Art / Performance
  • Performing Arts:Circus,Dance,Theatre,Comedy,Cabaret
  • Art Exhibitions:Youth
  • Sports:Other Sports & Fitness
  • Other:Well Being,Health

Description

Book yourself into CircusWA's 10 week term and experience circus classes in the iconic, Freo Big Top! We are excited to announce some NEW class additions that have been sprinkled into the circus mix this term. Come and discover new classes such as 'All things Circus', 'Street Circus' and 'Circus Tricks with Hula Hoops' just to mention a few... Also, don't miss out on the staple favourite classes such as 'Super Circus', 'Aerials' and 'Acro,' among many others. Being active, belonging to a community and having a purpose in life all contribute to good physical and mental health...Sounds like a circus! Head to our website to secure your place now!

Eco Beach Long Table Dinners 2021

Don't miss out on the famous Eco Beach Wilderness Retreat Long Tables

  • Dates:Jul 23, Aug 7, Sep 10
  • Venue:Eco Beach Resort

Details

  • Hosted By:Eco Beach Resort
  • Ticket Price:$185
  • Food & Drink:Restaurant Events

Description

Sink your toes in to the sand while enjoying a long table dinner made up of fresh local produce, single vineyard wines and views that will take your breath away. Bookings now available for the below dates. Wine selections for each night are currently under review and we will update as soon as confirmed. Eco Beach Resort is a multi award-winning eco resort set amongst the pristine and untouched Kimberley environment. Just over an hour’s drive south of Broome, accommodation at the eco resort provides guests with an unforgettable and unique wilderness experience whilst having minimal impact on the surrounding landscape. This eco friendly holiday accommodation near Broome is perfectly suited to every taste. The accommodation at our eco resort includes 25 superbly appointed Eco Villas interlinked by over 1km of elevated wooden boardwalks, and 30 luxurious safari style Eco Tents. For larger groups we also offer The Beach Houses, striking ocean front accommodation with amazing views of the Indian Ocean.

Fremantle Festival | 10 Nights in Port

As the weather cools and the winter months approach, Fremantle’s melting pot of arts, celebration, dancing and music - Fremantle Festival: 10 Nights in Port returns to the streets of our port city.

  • Dates:July 15-25
  • Time(s):Various events across various venues. Check the website for the full list of 'what's on'.
  • Venue:Multiple Venues

Details

  • Hosted By:City of Fremantle
  • Type:Aboriginal Art & Events,Community,For Kids,Pet-Friendly,Youth Art / Performance,Workshops,Free
  • Festivals:All Festivals
  • Music:Music Festival,Orchestral,Pop,Indie & Alternative,Electronic,Country & Folk
  • Performing Arts:Dance,Circus,Comedy
  • Art Exhibitions:Other Visual Arts
  • Other:Arts & Crafts

Description

Over 10 special nights and days in wintery July, Fremantle will come alive in a feast of culture and storytelling with the voices of Western Australian people, places, cultures and environments taking centre stage in the hidden nooks, crannies and behind the historical facades of the city. From large-scale participatory events to immersive experiences and the return of renowned winter music series Hidden Treasures, the program consists of a series of events each celebrating some of the very best talents in the state. Fremantle Festival: 10 Nights in Port is a celebration of Fremantle’s stories and culture that’ll coax you out of the house on a winters night and allow you to discover the port city you know and love in a brand-new way. Fremantle Festival: 10 Nights in Port will take place across Fremantle from Thursday 15 - Sunday 25 July 2021. For more information visit www.10nightsinport.com.au

French Friends and Aussie Mates at ANZAC Cottage

Come and join in the conversation around visiting France to follow in your ancestor's footsteps

  • Dates:Jul 25
  • Time(s):1:30 to 4:00pm (talk at 2:30pm)
  • Venue:ANZAC Cottage 38 Kalgoorlie St, Mt Hawthorn

Details

  • Hosted By:Friends of ANZAC Cottage Inc
  • Ticket Price:Entry by donation
  • Type:Community
  • Other:History,Lectures & Talks,Museum events,Military

Description

During World War I, a strong relationship grew between France and Australia as a lot of the fighting took place in that country. Many of our countrymen still lie in French cemeteries. On Sunday, July 25, the Friends of ANZAC Cottage are going to explore this bond that still remains strong to this day.

There will be a talk at 2:30pm describing an Aussie’s visit to France, following in his ancestor’s footsteps, as well as displays of photographs and documents. ANZAC Cottage is located at 38 Kalgoorlie Street, Mount Hawthorn. The Cottage will be open from 1:30-4:00pm. Entry is by donation and afternoon tea available for a gold coin donation.

For more information please contact Anne on 0411 44 55 82 or email [email protected]

The Friends of ANZAC Cottage acknowledge the support and encouragement of the National Trust of Western Australia. ANZAC Cottage is managed by the National Trust on behalf of the community and the Government of Western Australia.

Gecko Ensembles Bunbury – Weekly Drama Classes with Barking Gecko Theatre

Gecko Ensembles are Barking Gecko Theatre's weekly drama classes for children. It’s where self-expression leads to self-confidence, stretching their imaginations in exciting directions.

  • Dates:Jul 22 - Sep 29
  • Time(s):Tue 4pm-5.30pm; Thu 4pm-5.30pm
  • Venue:Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre

Details

  • Hosted By:Barking Gecko Theatre
  • Type:For Kids,Workshops
  • Produced By:Barking Gecko

Description

Bunbury Gecko Ensembles are on sale for Term 3! Gecko Ensembles are Barking Gecko Theatre's weekly drama classes for children. It’s where self-expression leads to self-confidence, stretching their imaginations in exciting directions. Gecko Ensembles question, explore, imagine and create. Gecko Ensembles focus on the learning that comes from engaging with drama processes, rather than focussing on an end of term production. Through exploring some of life's big questions children develop collaboration and communication skills and build resilience and empathy. They challenge themselves, listen to each other, learn new skills and most importantly, have fun! Gecko Ensembles celebrate children’s diverse ideas, interests and imagination. Children act as our creative consultants, exploring the same content as Barking Gecko’s artistic teams are exploring in our rehearsal rooms. At Barking Gecko Theatre we believe when children’s creativity is nurtured, their potential is endless! Junior Geckos (ages 8-12) 22 July – 16 September Thursdays 4pm – 5.30pm Senior Geckos (ages 13+) 27 July – 29 September Tuesdays 4pm – 5.30pm

Gecko Ensembles Kununurra – Weekly Drama Classes with Barking Gecko Theatre

Gecko Ensembles are Barking Gecko Theatre's weekly drama classes for children. It’s where self-expression leads to self-confidence, stretching their imaginations in exciting directions

  • Dates:Jul 23- Sep 17
  • Time(s):Fri 2.20pm-3.50pm
  • Venue:East Kimberley College

Details

  • Hosted By:Barking Gecko Theatre
  • Type:For Kids,Workshops
  • Produced By:Barking Gecko

Description

Kununurra Gecko Ensembles are on sale for Term 3! Gecko Ensembles are Barking Gecko Theatre's weekly drama classes for children. It’s where self-expression leads to self-confidence, stretching their imaginations in exciting directions. Gecko Ensembles question, explore, imagine and create. Gecko Ensembles focus on the learning that comes from engaging with drama processes, rather than focussing on an end of term production. Through exploring some of life's big questions children develop collaboration and communication skills and build resilience and empathy. They challenge themselves, listen to each other, learn new skills and most importantly, have fun! Gecko Ensembles celebrate children’s diverse ideas, interests and imagination. Children act as our creative consultants, exploring the same content as Barking Gecko’s artistic teams are exploring in our rehearsal rooms. At Barking Gecko Theatre we believe when children’s creativity is nurtured, their potential is endless! Junior Geckos (ages 8-12) 23 July – 17 September Fridays 2.20pm – 3.50pm

Gecko Ensembles Kwinana – Weekly Drama Classes with Barking Gecko Theatre

Gecko Ensembles are Barking Gecko Theatre's weekly drama classes for children. It’s where self-expression leads to self-confidence, stretching their imaginations in exciting directions.

  • Dates:Jul 24 - Sep 18
  • Time(s):Sat 10.30-12pm; Sat 12.30pm- 2pm
  • Venue:Koorliny Arts Centre

Details

  • Hosted By:Barking Gecko Theatre
  • Type:For Kids,Workshops
  • Produced By:Barking Gecko

Description

Kwinana Gecko Ensembles are on sale for Term 3! Gecko Ensembles are Barking Gecko Theatre's weekly drama classes for children. It’s where self-expression leads to self-confidence, stretching their imaginations in exciting directions. Gecko Ensembles question, explore, imagine and create. Gecko Ensembles focus on the learning that comes from engaging with drama processes, rather than focussing on an end of term production. Through exploring some of life's big questions children develop collaboration and communication skills and build resilience and empathy. They challenge themselves, listen to each other, learn new skills and most importantly, have fun! Gecko Ensembles celebrate children’s diverse ideas, interests and imagination. Children act as our creative consultants, exploring the same content as Barking Gecko’s artistic teams are exploring in our rehearsal rooms. At Barking Gecko Theatre we believe when children’s creativity is nurtured, their potential is endless! Junior Geckos (ages 8-12) 24 July – 18 September Saturdays 10.30am – 12pm Senior Geckos (ages 13+) 24 July – 18 September Saturdays 12.30pm – 2pm

Gecko Ensembles Midland – Weekly Drama Classes with Barking Gecko Theatre

Gecko Ensembles are Barking Gecko Theatre's weekly drama classes for children. It’s where self-expression leads to self-confidence, stretching their imaginations in exciting directions.

  • Dates:Jul 24 - Sep 18
  • Time(s):Saturdays 10.30am-12pm
  • Venue:Midland Junction Arts Centre

Details

  • Hosted By:Barking Gecko Theatre
  • Type:For Kids,Workshops
  • Produced By:Barking Gecko

Description

Midland Gecko Ensembles are on sale for Term 3! Gecko Ensembles are Barking Gecko Theatre's weekly drama classes for children. It’s where self-expression leads to self-confidence, stretching their imaginations in exciting directions. Gecko Ensembles question, explore, imagine and create. Gecko Ensembles focus on the learning that comes from engaging with drama processes, rather than focussing on an end of term production. Through exploring some of life's big questions children develop collaboration and communication skills and build resilience and empathy. They challenge themselves, listen to each other, learn new skills and most importantly, have fun! Gecko Ensembles celebrate children’s diverse ideas, interests and imagination. Children act as our creative consultants, exploring the same content as Barking Gecko’s artistic teams are exploring in our rehearsal rooms. At Barking Gecko Theatre we believe when children’s creativity is nurtured, their potential is endless! Junior Geckos (ages 8-12) 24 July – 18 September Saturdays 10.30am – 12pm