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WAAPA Open Day

ECU's Open Day at the Mount Lawley campus gives you the perfect opportunity to see our talented students in action in rehearsals, classes and short concerts.

  • Dates:Aug 21
  • Time(s):9am
  • Venue:ECU Mount Lawley Campus

Details

  • Ticket Price:Free
  • Produced By:Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA)

Description

You're invited to come behind the scenes at WAAPA. Speak with staff members about course options and learn about auditions. Marvel at the design work, costumes and props on display. Check out the superbly equipped lighting and sound studios, the music technology labs and the scenery construction workshops. Explore the campus, take a backstage tour and attend information sessions.

Cinematic

Join WASO for epic soundtracks of the silver screen with conductor Benjamin Northey and violinist Baiba Skride violin.

  • Dates:Aug 26- 27
  • Time(s):7.30pm Fri 26 Aug, 7.30pm Sat 27 Aug
  • Venue:Perth Concert Hall

Details

  • Music:Orchestral,Classical
  • Hosted By:WASO
  • Ticket Price:$30- $98
  • Event Venue:Perth Concert Hall
  • Produced By:West Australian Symphony Orchestra

Description

There is nothing quite like the power of a full live orchestra to transport us across space and time via Hollywood. From 2001: A Space Odyssey through to The Prince and the Pauper and Australian film Paper Planes, we explore the extraordinary sophistication and romantic energy of music made for the screen. Let your curiosity run wild, as you hit the red carpet of Perth Concert Hall. Nigel WESTLAKE Flying Dream: Suite for orchestra from the movie Paper Planes Erich Wolfgang KORNGOLD Violin Concerto Richard STRAUSS Also sprach Zarathustra

Behind The Scenes Workshop Series

In recognition of the severe lack of First Nations technicians, designers and arts administrators across Australia, Yirra Yaakin are piloting the ‘Behind the Scenes Workshop Series.’

  • Dates:Aug 27; Sept 3, 10 & 17
  • Venue:Subiaco Arts Centre

Details

  • Produced By:Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company
  • Event Venue:Subiaco Arts Centre
  • Type:Aboriginal,Workshops

Description

Over 4 consecutive Saturdays Yirra Yaakin will expose up to 20 workshop participants to industry professionals from all facets of theatre making including Set Design, Lighting, Sound, Workshop (building), Dramaturgy, Producing Directing and Stage Management. The ‘Behind the Scenes Workshop Series’ is for Perth-based First Nations artists of all ages.

Geoffrey Robertson QC - It's No Longer Hypothetical

One of the world’s great minds challenges Australians and explains what is happening in and to the world.

  • Dates:Aug 27
  • Venue:Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre

Details

  • Event Venue:Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre
  • Hosted By:Lateral Events
  • Ticket Price:Various
  • Other:Lectures & Talking

Description

This current affair show, live on stage, is a provocative, insightful, and witty evening with international human rights judge and barrister Geoffrey Robertson QC. Geoffrey Robertson will analyse the current Australian and global politics, the current international turmoil, explain how fake news distorts democracy, what is really happening to the royal family, and his calls for Australian constitutional regeneration. He will explain what is happening to Julian Assange, how to stop the rich from inheriting the world, and the thinking behind ‘Bad People – and How to Be Rid of Them.’ The show will give an insight into his life and famous cases and his crusade to restore cultural property from museums around the world to the people from whom it was stolen.

2022 Top Dog Film Festival

Celebrate the canine connection through this carefully curated collection of heartwarming stories about dogs and their people at the 2022 Top Dog Film Festival.

  • Dates:Aug 19 - 20
  • Time(s):Fri, 19 Aug at 7pm OR Sat, 20 Aug at 2pm
  • Venue:State Theatre Centre of WA, Heath Ledger Theatre

Details

  • Event Venue:State Theatre Centre
  • Movies:Film festivals
  • Accessibility:Wheelchair access
  • Hosted By:Top Dog Film Festival
  • Ticket Price:From $21

Description

Meet dogs from all walks of life on the big screen at the 2022 Top Dog Film Festival. Meet 4 legged heroes, unbreakable bonds and canine companions that enrich the lives of all those they encounter. Experience heartfelt stories of people who dedicate their lives to improving the outcomes for man’s best friend and take a look at the lighter side of the pet-owner relationship. The 2022 Top Dog Film Festival presents a 2-hour cinematic celebration honouring the bond between dogs and their people. Filled with delightfully doggy moments of joy and celebration of our beloved canine companions.

Amanda Westley Colours of Ngarrindjeri Country

Amanda Westley returns for her second exhibition at Japingka Gallery.

  • Dates:Aug 19 - Sept 30
  • Time(s):Weekdays 10 AM -5 PM ; Weekends 12 - 5 PM

Details

  • Type:Aboriginal,Free
  • Art Exhibitions:Aboriginal,Painting
  • Hosted By:Japingka Gallery
  • Ticket Price:FREE

Description

Amanda's paintings evoke the coastal landscapes around her home country around Victor Harbor, the Fleurieu Peninsula and the Coorong in South Australia. Amanda’s family are Ngarrindjeri people and Amanda credits her maternal grandfather with her natural inclination towards art and the cultural background of her family. Amanda Westley creates artworks filled with the flow and energy of life along the coast. There are the rhythms of the waves and the sea, the falling away of the cliffs down towards the sea. The colours are of both land and sea, showing the interaction between the two along the land’s edge

Bad Weather

Boorloo/Perth-based alt-pop act Bad Weather have returned with a sparkling new single ‘Flowers In Your Room’ and are ready to showcase this at YMCA HQ, Leederville.

  • Dates:Aug 20
  • Time(s):6pm
  • Venue:YMCA HQ

Details

  • Music:Pop,Indie & Alternative,Gig Guide

Description

In the live arena, Bad Weather have sold out a headline show and shared the stage with the likes of End of Fashion, Death By Denim, Young Robin, and Boat Show. Previous singles were widely embraced by the likes of Australian radio stations Triple J Unearthed, RTR FM as well as blog support from Pilerats and X-Press Magazine.

Barman's Lunch - Winter Edition

Let’s talk about what a Barman would eat & drink during winter, COMFORT FOOD of course! Don’t miss the Winter edition of our Barman’s Lunch. Serving 5 different drinks with 5 matching snacks.

  • Dates:Aug 20
  • Time(s):1pm
  • Venue:Bar Therapy

Details

  • Food & Drink:Cocktail,Restaurant,Food Event
  • Hosted By:Bar Therapy
  • Ticket Price:$55

Description

BLOOM: Celebrating ALL women, multicultural unity & budding talent

A unique, inspiring global gala & dinner celebrating ALL women, multicultural unity & budding talent, presented by Canning Show & CAHRS.

  • Dates:Aug 20
  • Time(s):6.00pm - 10.00pm
  • Venue:Cannington Exhibition Centre

Details

  • Type:Festivals
  • Hosted By:Cannington Exhibition Centre
  • Ticket Price:$25.00 + Booking Fee

Description

# About this event Debuting with an incredible sold-out event last year, BLOOM returns for a uniquely inspiring, entertaining, joyous, insightful, delicious & empowering global gala event, celebrating all womxn, diverse cultural communities, multicultural unity, and budding female talent. No matter your geographic, social, cultural, or ethnic background, ALL WOMEN 18+ are invited to unite for an inclusive, value-packed, and memorable evening, presented by Canning Show & CAHRS. Expect a rare night filled with opportunities to learn, be inspired, enjoy, and share everything that makes females and diverse communities so blooming brilliant! BLOOM reflects the commitment of not-for-profit organisation Canning Agricultural, Horticultural & Recreational Society and Canning Show’s commitment to respect, inclusivity, diversity, fairness, compassion, generosity, social connection, supporting local businesses and organisations, and promoting a greater sense of belonging and empowerment for ALL people – and, in this case, focusing solely on womxn. The night promises to be equal parts enlightening, exciting, social, surprising and FUN, featuring talented women of all backgrounds showcasing everything from world performances to continent-roaming cuisines, traditional fashions, and global goods. # ENTERTAINMENT: • Cockburn Chinese Community Association: Performing Xing Jiang and Qipao style dances. • Indonesian Peacock Kids & Adult Dance Group (Diana Williams): Angklung Peacock dance. • Torc Ceili Club: Interactive, high-energy traditional Irish dance performance. • Alexandra Thomson (professional clarinetist, London's Royal Academy of Music Masters): Playing Penderecki (1933); Prelude for solo clarinet Widmann (1973); Fantasie. • RumbaFit Perth; Colombian Zumba Dance. • MC Kim MacIsaac (Fashion Stylist, Founder of Op Styling) guides the night to help us discover more about the many cultures represented, and have fun whilst doing it! # FOOD & DRINKS: • Dinner included in tickets! Enjoy a sit-down buffet taking your tastebuds on a global journey, presented by United in Diversity’s Kitchen of Diversity • Coffee, tea and water included in tickets. • Other non-alcoholic drinks available for purchase from Sisterhood Iqro WA • Otherwise, you are welcome to BYO Beer or Wine. Cooling bags for beverages are fine, but you will need to bring your own keep cup. # MARKET STALLS: Gifts galore, things for you to adore, and services the world could do with more, these aren’t your usual markets, featuring pop-up shops from a range of female-run artisan and local businesses worth supporting or connecting to, including: • The Op Style Boutique • The Speckled Mermaid • Dewtiful Natural Skincare • Consumer Credit Legal Service WA • Rockingham Creative Crafts • Donya’s Machine Knitting • Umbrella Multicultural Community Service • Hen House Crafts + More TBC # Q&A PANEL: “Overcoming Adversity”- A panel Q&A with inspiring women, featuring: • Clare Nott - Wheelchair Basketball Paralympian multi-medallist, Legal Secretary, Road Injury Prevention Schools Speaker for PBF Australia and RAC, Mum • Saschveen Singh – Indian/Croatian heritage, Emergency Room Doctor and General Practitioner, Tropical Infectious Diseases Advisor at Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders) • Dianne Begg - Scottish immigrant, Chief Executive Officer CAHRS, Mum PLUS enjoy a few words of womanly wisdom from special speakers: Community-supporter Hon. Kate Doust MLC, 2021 WA Rural Ambassador Award Runner-Up Elyse Hudson, and CAHRS President Maxine Wylie throughout the night. # FLASHES OF FASHION: We encourage you to dress and impress in traditional garments or clothing inspired by different cultures. If you are willing on the night then we would love you to share any descriptions or stories attached to it, and we will also award 2 x $50 vouchers to spend on anything at Westfield Carousel to some of the best or most interestingly dressed on the night! # CANNING SHOW EXHIBITION: This event also coincides with the release of the LiveLighter Canning Show Exhibition Schedule Of Entries, meaning you’ll be amongst the first to receive your freshly printed free handbook to channel your night’s inspiration into creative wins!

Bosch and Rockit

In the late summer along the Australian coast, Bosch, a young father goes on the run for drug dealing with his surf gang. In tow is his son, Rockit, who believes he is on a magical holiday.

  • Dates:In Cinemas Aug 18
  • Time(s):Multiple Sessions
  • Venue:Various Cinemas

Details

  • Movies:Movies

Description

Britten’s War Requiem

Most successful modern-time composer Benjamin Britten's performs War Requiem, conducted by Asher Fisch.

  • Dates:Aug 19 - 20
  • Time(s):7.30pm Fri 19 Aug, 7.30pm Sat 20 Aug
  • Venue:Perth Concert Hall

Details

  • Music:Orchestral,Classical
  • Hosted By:WASO
  • Ticket Price:$30- $98
  • Event Venue:Perth Concert Hall
  • Produced By:West Australian Symphony Orchestra

Description

Furious, tender, harrowing and harmonious, Britten’s anti-war anthem decries the senselessness of the battlefield. Interweaving the poignant words of celebrated war poet Wilfred Owen with the Latin text of the Requiem mass, Britten laments the collective bloodshed and sorrow with a vital and visceral oratorio on the hell of war.

Celebrating the Tracks We Share

A three-day celebration of the art of the Pilbara.

  • Dates:Aug 19-21
  • Venue:The Art Gallery of Western Australia
  • Time(s):10am-5pm

Details

  • Type:Aboriginal,Free
  • Art Exhibitions:Aboriginal,Painting,Photography,Sculpture,Other Visual Arts,Drawing
  • Produced By:The Art Gallery of Western Australia | AGWA
  • Event Venue:The Art Gallery of Western Australia | AGWA
  • Hosted By:The Art Gallery of Western Australia
  • Ticket Price:Free Admission

Description

Join us as we welcome Pilbara artists and art centres to AGWA for a three-day program of talks, tours, sharing, and workshops to celebrate the final weeks of the expansive Tracks We Share: Contemporary Art of the Pilbara exhibition. Tracks We Share: Contemporary Art of the Pilbara brings together more than 70 artists and over 190 artworks. This extraordinary body of work features the most exciting contemporary art coming out of the region while paying homage to the legacy that has informed it, offering a rare and broad-reaching insight into the region’s artistic output over the years. The exhibition closes on Sunday 28 August, so join us on 19-21 August for an unmissable celebration of Pilbara culture with artist talks, art demonstrations and family activities. Visit the website for the full weekend program.

Confidence Man

With ponytails higher than the heavens and moxie turned up to the max, Confidence Man are touring around Australia to celebrate the release of their sophomore album TILT.

  • Venue:Metropolis Fremantle
  • Dates:Aug 20
  • Time(s):7pm

Details

  • Music:Gig Guide

Description

C.O.O.L. people, take note - this is Confidence Man’s only Australian tour for 2022, before they jet off to tour UK and Europe for a run of shows with Oasis legend Noel Gallagher, major festivals including Glastonbury, and a slew of headline club shows. It’s safe to say recent singles ‘Holiday’, ‘Feels Like A Different Thing’ and album opener ‘Woman’ show Confidence Man are ready to go large. With bigger beats and even bigger attitudes, it’s nuanced pop stardom in glorious supersaturation.

Doctor Who 'spin-off' Author Book Signing

Perth Doctor Who spin-off author Chris Thomas will be at the first annual Perth Horror Film Festival from August 19 to 21 to sign copies of his latest novel.

  • Dates:August 19, 20, 21
  • Time(s):6pm August 19 & 20; 1pm August 21
  • Venue:The Backlot, West Perth

Details

  • Other:Artist & Author Book,Literature
  • Movies:Film festivals
  • Hosted By:Perth Horror Fans
  • Ticket Price:Books $20; Friday film night tix $17.50; Sat & Sun film tix $15

Description

Using characters from Doctor Who’s classic era, Lethbridge-Stewart: Blue Blood is an action-packed thriller best described as “sci-fi horror”. Bodies of missing people around the world start turning up, as if ripped apart by wild animals, seemingly linked to an experiment gone wrong 30 years ago in World War II. “Given the horror elements in my novel, the Perth Horror Film Festival seemed an ideal place to do a book signing,” Thomas said. “Many Doctor Who stories themselves have drawn on horror classics such as Frankenstein, Dracula and The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde or styles of horror, including Nordic noir. “They all have a broody atmosphere that draws you in but add a science-fiction twist along the way. “On August 20, the Perth Horror Film Festival is having its own night of sci-fi horror with several local short films evoking the theme and the main feature, The Day the Earth Caught Fire.” Thomas will be signing copies of his novel, available for $20 cash, from 6pm August 19 and 20 and 1pm August 21.

Dr George Tjapaltjarri Ngangkari - Clever Man

Dr George's paintings reflect Tingari and Snake Dreaming stories from his traditional country at Karrinwara.

  • Dates:Aug 19 - Sept 30
  • Time(s):Weekdays 10 AM -5 PM ; Weekends 12 - 5 PM

Details

  • Type:Aboriginal,Free
  • Art Exhibitions:Aboriginal,Painting
  • Hosted By:Japingka Gallery
  • Ticket Price:FREE

Description

The artworks by Dr George possess a wonderful rawness and boldness, conveying his strong continuous association with traditional country and its ceremonies and body painting rituals. Dr George was a traditional Aboriginal medicine man, a Ngangkari or Clever Man, and has worked with Kintore and Tjukurla medical clinics. His paintings reflect Tingari stories from his traditional country at Karrinwara, west of Kintore and Kilingya west of Jupiter Well.

Eternal MMA 68

There’s no better way to watch MMA fights other than live at Eternal.

  • Dates:Aug 20
  • Time(s):3pm
  • Venue:HBF Stadium

Details

  • Event Venue:HBF Stadium
  • Sports:Martial Arts

Description

Eternal MMA is an Australian Mixed Martial Arts organisation that provides Australian and New Zealand fighters the opportunity to compete against the region's very best fighters as they rise through the ranks. Eternal MMA was formed in 2012 on Australia’s Gold Coast and is now the most active and respected MMA organisation in the Oceania region.

Fairy Queen - An exciting collaboration with UWA's Conservatorium

In this nautical adaptation of a timeless tale, the Athenian woods are replaced with a mystical ocean setting - fairies become sirens, and the “rustics” perform at Mermaid’s Cove.

  • Time(s):3pm & 7:30pm
  • Venue:Albany Entertainment Centre
  • Dates:Aug 20

Details

  • Event Venue:Albany Entertainment Centre
  • Music:Orchestral,Choral
  • Performing Arts:Theatre,Other
  • Ticket Price:From $5

Description

In an exciting collaboration with the University of Western Australia’s Conservatorium of Music, Breaksea presents a new, fully staged production of Fairy Queen - a stunning reinvention of William Shakespeare's play A Midsummer Night's Dream and Henry Purcell's baroque opera Fairy Queen directed by Matt Ward. Fairy Queen features a massed cast of actors, choirs and Breaksea youth mentorship participants performing alongside the University of Western Australia’s Conservatorium of Music Orchestra led by Shaun Lee Chen and world renowned sopranos Sara Macliver and Pia Adriana Harris. Fairy Queen is the final performance of the Shadows - A Youth Mentorship Program which engages with hundreds of regional youth between March and August 2022. Shadows - A Youth Mentorship Program is supported by the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, Lotterywest, University of Western Australia Conservatorium of Music & Albany Entertainment Centre.

First Annual Perth Horror Film Festival

Do you love horror films? Maybe it’s the adrenalin rush or perhaps it’s the alternative realities such as zombie outbreaks or alien infestations?

  • Dates:August 19, 20, 21
  • Time(s):6.30pm August 19 & 20; 1.30pm August 21
  • Venue:The Backlot

Details

  • Type:Festivals
  • Movies:Film festivals
  • Hosted By:Perth Horror Fans
  • Ticket Price:$15-$17.50

Description

Whatever the reason, fans of the genre are in for some good news – the first annual Perth Horror Film Festival is ready to engage you in plenty of fear, suspense and terror with a variety of popular movies and independent shorts. From August 19 to 21, the Perth Horror Fans are taking over The Backlot Perth for three days of terrifying chills, bloody deaths and audience screams. Perth Horror Fans director Vanessa Gudgeon said the festival had been curated by genre fans – for genre fans. “The program showcases the incredible talents of local horror and science-fiction short filmmakers, paired with classic feature films that are rarely screened in Australia,” she said. “There are lots of prizes being given away across the three days. Audience members are able to have their say by voting for their pick of best short film. “The goal is to inspire filmmakers to uphold the standards of genre filmmaking in WA, while still being given the freedom to make the films they want.”

Froth Town

A carnival weekend celebrating beer, booze, food and all the good times that roll with it.

  • Dates:Aug 19 - 20
  • Time(s):Multiple times
  • Venue:Claremont Showgrounds

Details

  • Type:Festivals
  • Food & Drink:Beer

Description

Born and bred in our home city, Perth Craft Beer Festival has always been about enjoying quality produce and supporting locals, as well as revealing new and exciting things to try from near and far. The new decade has seen the event transform and expands into Froth Town, showcasing 75+ local and international breweries plus an epic range of quality food offerings, special guest DJs, live music, plus an abundance of activities for the whole family to enjoy. If the beer doesn’t tickle your fancy, check out some of the wineries, distilleries and cideries that will be showcasing other quality drops. Froth Town has cemented itself as a highlight in any city’s winter calendar. F*YEAH FRIDAY - Aug 19 // 5pm - 11pm SATURDAY-FOR-IT - Aug 20 // 10am - 4pm SUPER SATURDAY - Aug 20 // 5pm 11pm

Garrett Kato

Singer, songwriter, and platinum-award winning producer Garrett Kato delivers his new sonically striking indie-folk album, Small Town Rituals.

  • Dates:Aug 20
  • Time(s):7pm
  • Venue:Sonar Room

Details

  • Music:Indie & Alternative

Description

Small Town Rituals sees Garrett harnessing an organic approach to the writing process, allowing his emotions to come to the forefront to deliver his most vulnerable piece of work to date. The 9 tracks explore various subconscious narratives that provided Garrett “a chance to look forward and back upon my life and gain new perspectives on things.”

Good Luck to You, Leo Grande

Nancy Stokes, a 55-year-old widow, is yearning for some adventure, human connection, and some sex--some good sex.

  • Dates:In Cinemas Aug 18
  • Time(s):Multiple Sessions
  • Venue:Various Venues

Details

  • Movies:Movies

Description

In GOOD LUCK TO YOU, LEO GRANDE, two-time Academy Award winner Emma Thompson (Love, Actually) embodies the candor and apprehension of retired teacher Nancy Stokes, and newcomer Daryl McCormack (Peaky Blinders) personifies the charisma and compassion of sex worker Leo Grande. As Nancy embarks on a post-marital sexual awakening and Leo draws on his skills and charm, together they find a surprising human connection.

Green Day's American Idiot

The Midnite Youth Theatre Company’s performers come together to perform Green Day’s American Idiot, a rock musical encompassing songs from Green Day’s 2004 Grammy Award-winning, multi-platinum album.

  • Dates:Aug 18-20
  • Time(s):Aug 18-19 7pm; Aug 20 2pm
  • Venue:Subiaco Arts Centre

Details

  • Music:Rock
  • Performing Arts:Musicals
  • Hosted By:The Midnite Youth Theatre Company

Description

Green Day were heavily involved in the musical’s development from its first iteration at the Berkeley Repertory and to Broadway and beyond – Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong also stepped into the critical role of St. Jimmy on Broadway a few times during its run. The musical made it’s debut on Broadway in 2010 and features the hits “Boulevard of Broken Dreams,” “21 Guns,” “Wake Me Up When September Ends,” “Holiday” and the blockbuster title track “American Idiot”. Also included in the score are several songs from Green Day’s 2009 release “21st Century Breakdown,” and an unreleased love song, “When It’s Time.” It tells the story of three friends, Johnny, Will and Tunny - each searching for meaning in a post 9/11 America, discovering love, loss, drugs, sex and rock and roll along the way. American Idiot will be directed by Artistic Director of Midnite, Gregory Jones, with musical direction by Jarrod Van Dort conducting an eight-person live band. "We are excited to bring this explosive rock opera to life", says Midnite's Director, Gregory Jones. “It’s a high-octane show with strong social messages that are relevant today, providing an opportunity for young people to challenge their decision making and express themselves.” The production brings together a talented ensemble of year 11 and 12 students from a range of schools throughout WA. Based at Christ Church Grammar School, Midnite has a reputation for producing outstanding productions and nurturing young and upcoming WA talent. Note: the show contains coarse language and mature themes.

Harrison Storm

Over the course of a few short years, Storm has moved from strength to strength, evolving and changing in the way that all truly great artists do. And there, at the heart of it all, is his music.

  • Dates:Aug 20
  • Time(s):8pm
  • Venue:Mojo's Bar

Details

  • Music:Indie & Alternative

Description

With a charismatic presence on stage, Storm made a name for himself on the road, sharing stages across the world with acts like Snow Patrol, Gregory Alan Isakov, SYML, Ziggy Alberts and Hollow Coves. His music also received widespread support courtesy of radio tastemakers KCRW, Triple J and BBC Radio 2, as well as appearing on high profile tv shows such as The Blacklist, The Fosters, God Friended Me, Degrassi: Next Class, Love Victor, All American, This Is Us & Cold Justice.

In Hearts Wake | 'Green Is The New Black'

Australian heavy music act In Hearts Wake are stoked to announce a massive national tour in celebration of their new feature length documentary, GREEN IS THE NEW BLACK.

  • Venue:Freo.Social
  • Dates:Aug 20
  • Time(s):7.30pm

Details

  • Event Venue:Freo. Social
  • Music:Gig Guide

Description

GREEN IS THE NEW BLACK examines the music industry’s relationship to the environment. While the film chronicles the making of In Hearts Wake’s 100% carbon offset 2020 album Kaliyuga and their journey to becoming the first band to be a certified Carbon Neutral Organisation, it is more than a film about one band and one album. As In Hearts Wake examine their processes and search for more environmentally sustainable options, inspiring new possibilities for an entire industry begin to emerge. In Hearts Wake’s GREEN IS THE NEW BLACK Tour will see the band perform brand new songs written and produced especially for the new film, along with fan favourites from the outfit’s impressive five album discography.

It's Madeley Plaza's 1st Birthday!

We want to thank you for your support! Bring the family along for a free sausage sizzle, face painting and icecreams

  • Dates:Aug 20
  • Time(s):11:00am t0 1:00pm
  • Venue:Madeley Plaza

Details

  • Type:Community,Kids,Charity and Fundraising,Free
  • Accessibility:Wheelchair Access
  • Hosted By:Madeley Plaza Business Owners
  • Ticket Price:Free

Description

It's Madeley Plaza's 1st Birthday and we would like to thank you for your support! Bring the family along and check out what's on offer. FREE face painting, FREE icecreams and gold coin donation for sausage sizzle with proceeds going to a local charity- The Pantry. # Revenant Coffee Company- > Buy a coffee and go in the draw for a $50 voucher # Mango Bay Giftware- > Meet the Maker- come along and meet some of the local creatives in our area. >Discounts in store! # Singing Bowl Yoga- > Free 30 minute yoga sessions (book via the link) > Check out the studio and meet the instructors # Margaret Quirk MLA- Member for Landsdale- > Meet your local member in an open office > Pick up 5 free RAT tests for your household > Learn more about how our state office can support you Madeley Family Practise