If this year has taught us anything, it’s that being able to come together to share in live performance and events is invaluable. Give the gift of an experience this Christmas and buy tickets to an event you can enjoy together, while showing your support for the local arts industry after an incredibly challenging year. Here are some of our favourites for 2021!

Black Swan State Theatre Company of WA New Season Packages

Heralding the start of an awesome 2021 season, Black Swan State Theatre Company of WA has a range of membership options available to those who purchase a ticket package to three or more plays. Members receive tonnes of benefits, including 25% off ticket prices, the best seats in the house, free exchanges, priority access and invitations to exclusive events. Grab season passes here.

On Cloud Wine

From the organisers of UnWined Subiaco comes the ultimate Labour Day long weekend event. Overlooking the harbour at the B Shed in Fremantle, On Cloud Wine offers WA’s best wines, tasty tapas and live music to complete a beautiful summer’s day. Tickets available here.

Yirra Yaakin’s The Sum Of Us

Presented by Perth Festival and Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company, The Sum of Us is an exciting revisioning of the much-loved story from the off-Broadway hit and award-winning film, with an all First Nations cast. Tickets can be purchased here.

Taste Great Southern

With 30+ culinary experiences taking place over 11 days from March 18 – 28, Taste Great Southern is set to take guests on a foodie adventure through this incredible region. Led by over 20 star chefs, the annual festival celebrates award-winning wine, delicious fresh produce and the amazing flavours of the Great Southern. Get tickets here.

Barking Gecko’s HOUSE

WA’s longest running professional theatre company, Barking Gecko Theatre creates first-class theatre for families that leaves behind a lasting residue of hope and imagination on young audiences and adults alike. Running 6-13 Feb as part of the Perth Festival, HOUSE is a heart-felt and hilarious tale of loneliness and friendship that is part fairy tale, part adventure story. Tickets are selling now – get them here.

PICA’s Donor Program

Making a donation on behalf of a loved one gets them access to tonnes of awesome perks, including sneak previews to new exhibitions, access to Art Hours to speak directly with artists, plus invitations to exclusive donor events including their annual donor gala and Perth’s signature art event, the Salon Vernissage. Make a donation in their name here.

WAAPA’s General Fund

As the state’s leading performing arts academy, WAAPA gives rise to the stars of tomorrow. To show your support, you can give a one-off gift, opt in for regular monthly donations or talk to a fundraiser who can help you shape a scholarship, a gift in memory or a prize to recognise outstanding talent. Join the WAAPA ensemble here.


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