Events in Perth Hills
Events in Perth Hills Region
Darlington Theatre Players will proudly present Don Zolidis' 'An Unspeakable Triumph of Supreme Brilliance'.
- Dates:Apr 30 - May 15
- Time(s):Evening Shows 7:30pm; Sun Matinee 2pm
- Venue:Marloo Theatre
- Hosted By:Darlington Theatre Players Inc.
- Ticket Price:$22-25
- Performing Arts:Theatre
In the proud tradition of the 'play within a play' style of 'The Play That Goes Wrong' and 'Noises Off', the Darlington Theatre Players will proudly present Don Zolidis' 'An Unspeakable Triumph of Supreme Brilliance' as its second season of 2021. This madcap comedy is set in a Minnesotan Community Theatre where the ragtag Moss River Players get offered the chance to win ten million dollars. The catch? They must write a smash hit play in 12 hours. The pressure is on as their playwright begins to lose the plot, the actors go to war against…well, each other, the stage manager throws a hissy fit and the director attempts to hold the whole show together. With a rival theatre company breathing down their necks and a millionaire’s wife holding their fate in her hands, it is up to the Moss River Players to present ‘An Unspeakable Triumph of Supreme Brilliance’ at all costs. Playing 30 April to 15 May 2021.
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Escape the daily grind and grind some gravel instead! Join us for an epic 5 day MTB ride from Kalgoorlie to Perth for youth homelessness.
- Dates:May 1-5
- Venue:Kalgoorlie to Perth
- Sports:Cycling,Endurance,Other Sports & Fitness
- Type:For Charity / Fundraising
The Office Solutions IT Pipeline Challenge is an epic five day mountain biking adventure that traces WA’s iconic Golden Pipeline from the red dirt of Kalgoorlie to the green hills of Perth. All for a great cause – supporting Youth Futures and their work supporting young parents escaping homelessness and domestic violence.
The ride, while challenging, isn’t overly technical. With some training, the Office Solutions IT Pipeline Challenge can be conquered by anyone with a MTB and a reasonable level of fitness. We encourage you to participate as a relay-style team of 2-5 riders BUT for those up for riding the whole 600 km we also accept a number of soloists each year. Each night we'll enjoy a feast and swap stories under the stars as we camp at Coolgardie, Southern Cross, Merredin and Northam.
Acclaimed gypsy jazz group Sassafras return to Kalamunda on Sunday May 30th. If Gypsy Jazz and French Swing is your thing... this is the show for you!
- Dates:May 30
- Time(s):Doors open 1.30pm, Concert begins 2pm
- Venue:The Kalamunda Performing Arts Centre
- Hosted By:Kalamunda Performing Arts Centre
Featuring Jessie Gordon (voice), Aaron Deacon & Lachlan Gear (acoustic guitars), Adrian Galante (clarinet) and Pete Jeavons (bass) Sassafras combines toe-tapping swing, breakneck gypsy classics, wistful french ballads and re-worked jazz standards in a vibrant and engaging mix of acoustic music, all performed with the dazzling virtuosity and passion that is intrinsic to the gypsy jazz tradition. Featuring music from composers such as Django Reinhardt, Edith Piaf, Cole Porter, Serge Gainsbourg and Jacques Brel (to name only a few), Sassafras has recently completed their debut album set for official release later in the year. The band has a strong connection with Perth's eastern suburbs as all-but-one of the groups regular members grew up in the Perth hills. Having already performed sold out shows in Darlington ('Live at the Hall' and Juniper Studio), Guildford (The Stirling Arms) and Mundaring (The Mundaring Weir Hotel) Sassafras are very happy to return to the Kalamunda Performing Arts Centre after their debut performance there in October 2020. Doors open 1.30pm, Concert begins at 2pm.