Events in Southern Suburbs
Events in Perth Southern Suburbs
Get your Gin fix at Cockburn Gateway’s Pop-Up Gin Bar
- Dates:May 13 & 20
- Time(s):5.00pm - 8.00pm
- Venue:Cockburn Gateway Shopping Centre
- Hosted By:Cockburn Gateway
- Type:Adults Only,Community
- Food & Drink:Cocktails,Spirits
Cockburn Gateway is excited to announce a pop-up Gin Bar in the shopping centre throughout the month of May! Customers will be treated to a late-night shopping experience like no other, complete with a bougie set up, specially curated Gin, Ginger Beer and an Elderflower Fizz cocktails and Cottesloe Beach Hotel's DJ Eclipse spinning tunes for all to enjoy. The lavish experience is a part of Cockburn Gateway's 'Fashion Living House', which features a series of creative workshops customers can immerse themselves in. To gain access to this exclusive experience, simply spend $50 or more in the centre and present a receipt on entry. The Gin Bar is set to leave taste buds tingling, so be sure to get down to Cockburn Gateway for this exciting and lush experience! Conditions: Simply spend $50 in select specialty stores to receive your complimentary drink (18+ only and limited to one drink per qualifying shopper). Shoppers with a creative flair can book into additional creative workshops via Cockburn Gateway's website.
Put your thinking caps on and get ready for a real brainteaser as four actors play 21 characters in three interconnected stories.
- Dates:May 7-22
- Time(s):8pm May 7, 8, 13, 14, 15, 20, 21 & 22; 2pm matinee May 16
- Venue:Melville Theatre
- Hosted By:Melville Theatre
- Ticket Price:$23, $18 concession
- Performing Arts:Theatre
Written by Nick Payne and directed by Brendan Ellis at Melville Theatre, Incognito explores the brain, memory and self and asks if our brains play games, tricking us to believe different things at various times. Three mysterious storylines involve the theft of Albert Einstein’s brain, a man who has lived the same day for 60 years and a modern woman who has come to a crossroads in the middle of her life. Incognito plays at 8pm May 7, 8, 13, 14, 15, 20, 21 and 22 with a 2pm matinee May 16. Tickets are $23, $18 concession – book at www.TAZTix.com.au. Melville Theatre is at 393A Canning Highway (corner of Stock Road), Palmyra.
The official stage adaptation of The Vicar of Dibley makes its West Australian debut at the Koorliny Arts Centre this May.
- Dates:May 14-22
- Time(s):7.30pm May 14, 15, 21 & 22; 2pm May 15 & 22
- Venue:Koorliny Arts Centre
- Hosted By:Laughing Horse Productions
- Ticket Price:$25, $23 concession
- Performing Arts:Theatre
The official stage adaptation of The Vicar of Dibley makes its West Australian debut at the Koorliny Arts Centre this May. Adapted by Ian Gower and Paul Carpenter from the original 1990s TV series by Richard Curtis and Paul Mayhew-Archer, the script spans the first two seasons with some later references thrown in. The story follows the arrival and adventures of a new female vicar in a small English country town, finishing with the wedding of Hugo and Alice. Kelly Salathiel is directing the show for Laughing Horse Productions. The Vicar of Dibley plays 7.30pm May 14, 15, 21 and 22 with 2pm matinees May 15 and 22. Tickets are $25, $23 concession – book at https://koorliny.com.au/the-vicar-of-dibley/ The Koorliny Arts Centre is at 10 Hutchins Way, Kwinana.
Join us for Dinner at Dusk Point Walter!
- Dates:Every 2nd Sunday; Mar 28, Apr 11, 25, May 16, 30
- Time(s):4.30pm to 8.30pm
- Venue:Point Walter
- Hosted By:Dinner at Dusk & Barefoot Entertainment and Events
- Food & Drink:Food Market Events
- Ticket Price:Free
Enjoy a night under the stars with the best range of food trucks, live music and an ambience you will love. Bring a blanket and set up with family and friends on the grass, or take up a seat at one of our complimentary tables and chairs.
Hansal challenges the feminine constructs and the psychological conditions tied to the female human body.
- Dates:Oct 17 - Nov 22
- Venue:Heathcote Cultural Precinct
- Hosted By:Heathcote Cultural Precinct
- Art Exhibitions:Other Visual Arts,Sculpture,Video
Some kinda fantasy is an exhibition about the idea of the female body. Artist Luisa Hansal presents sculpture and video that explores the experience of the body as a changing, temporal, and corporeal being. The project employs dough as a sculptural material, its ephemeral properties acting as a metaphor for the human body and also an expression of indulgence or gluttony.