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Author: Jessica De Freitas Cardoso

From musicals, concerts and puppet shows to festivals for lovers of food and horticulture – April is jam packed with events! Check out some of our top finds below.



Presented by Spare Parts Puppet Theatre, Blueback is a WA-born tale from Tim Winton that follows the life of an old fish living under WA’s endangered coastline. There’ll be several sessions of this touching show about protecting our natural environment throughout April – making for the perfect school holiday outing.


MIMMA: A Musical of War and Friendship

When fascism was at the height of Italy’s fears and WWII was inevitable, a young Italian journalist takes refuge in her uncle’s club in London. Opening at the Regal Theatre on April 9th, MIMMA’s moving story follows her friendships whilst everyone she loves faces Mussolini’s terror and Hitler’s Blitz – making for one unforgettable original musical.

Post Malone

Tickets are still available for this history-making, multi-platinum megastar’s return to Perth! In the past three years, Post Malone has climbed to become one of the most well-known artists in the world and charted as one of the top 3 artists in Spotify history. So why not head to his show on the 26th April and feel like a Rockstar?


Perth Garden Festival

Long regarded as WA’s most prestigious and successful showcase for all things nature and plants, the Perth Garden Festival, from April 11th– 14th, is an annual delight for horticultural lovers. Expect gardening seminars, plant markets and landscape show gardens.


Night Noodle Markets

This huge open-air market will feature a range of exciting Asian hawker food stalls, including bites from Bao Brothers, Twistto and Waffleland. There’ll be everything from gluten-free delights to vegan treats and Insta-worthy desserts at Elizabeth Quay from April 5th – 14th.


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