Not sure what to do this weekend? Check out Scoop Events’ full guide to what’s on in Perth this weekend, or get to these highlight events:
Noodle Palace launches at new location – Elizabeth Quay. There will be live tunes, bars, pop up eats, Fringe World shows and more. Get in before 8pm Friday night for free entry and see Sydney act, Besenji.
Check out Fringe World Show Djuki Mala. This high-energy dance act has cleaned up with awards at Fringe shows around the world.
It’s the final week to see the Art Gallery of WA’s free exhibition Heath Ledger: A Life in Pictures, head to the Gallery on Sunday at 1pm for a free talk, Creating Heath Ledger with CEO Alec Coles OBE and Curator Allison Holland as they reflect on Ledger’s legacy.
The Foo Fighters are in town! In fact, they are kicking off the Australian leg of their new Concrete and Gold world tour in Perth. Tickets still available at Ticketek.
Down South? Get to BREC Summer Film Festival showing amazing films from around the globe. (Flicks showing 3pm, 5.30pm and 8pm). Also, check out abstract/contemporary artist David Spencer’s exhibition “Long Days / Fast Years” at Robert Oatley winery.
In the Know
The arts and events news dominating Perth this week:
Sam Smith is coming back to Perth Nov 20. Tickets go on sale 2pm Monday Jan 22, via Ticketek.
Perth’s picture-perfect beachside pool is opening at Scarborough Beach on Monday, Jan 22. Discover the Scarborough Beach Pool.
Are you in a local band and bursting to get on tour? Otherside Brewing Co. has announced $15,000 grant for WA bands – get the details.
The full line up for Perth Writer’s Week has been announced. View our guide to Perth Festival.
Finally, don’t miss your chance to win tickets to Mrs. Brown’s Boys, who are live on stage in February with their show For the Love of Mrs. Brown. Enter Here.
Featured Image: Noodle Palace, by OKMG.