Wed 11 Jul 2018
Rug up and embrace the winter weather because there's so much to do in the city this weekend!
Friday the 13th is National Fries Day which means that Lord of the Fries are giving away FREE fries!! Get in quick, this offer is only available from 1 - 2pm.
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Looking for things to do this weekend? Look no further because there are FREE tickets available for the evening shows at Winter Fest Theatre. Two great shows will be on Friday and Saturday night, details below;
The Improvisation Station – Doors open 5.45pm, show starts 6pm
Join with members of the Big Hoo Haa for some highly entertaining and interactive improvisation comedy. Performers will use audience suggestions to create improvised sketches or will get the audience to do the creating. Loads of fun.
Cabaret Moonstruck – Doors open 7pm, show starts at 7.15pm
A deluxe, variety cabaret featuring acrobatic feats and tantalising acts to delight. A choice serve of spectacle, circus and comedy. The perfect way to warm up on a Perth Winter's night
For more information and to reserve your FREE tickets click here.
An unforgettable gastronomic experience not to be missed. The Beef and Beer Masterclasses have become so popular that The Old Brewery are running one every month!
The gourmet’s guide to the best of beef and beer, how to choose cuts of beef, how to season, how to cook. “To turn or not to turn” now that’s a question!
The Old Brewery Beef and Beer Masterclasses aren’t just for fancy foodies. They’re for anyone who loves a good steak, a great brew and wants to know more.
If you’ve ever been told that wine and chocolate don’t mix - then think again!
Perth’s coolest new bar/nightclub and live music venue The Sewing Room is hosting a series of masterclasses that will show you just how well they can complement each other.
WA’s iconic The Margaret River Chocolate Company has matched six of its mouth-watering chocolates with six wines from award-winning boutique Margaret River winery Coward & Black Vineyards and the results are amazing.
To reserve your spot in the masterclass email firstname.lastname@example.org
We're celebrating NAIDOC Week at Yagan Square and the theme - 'Because of her, we can'.
There'll be music performances, dance, face-painting, basket weaving and more.
Join us to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, culture and achievements.
Learn more here.
Toast My Curry has created the world's first and only Naan Curry Toasties A.K.A NAASTIES.
Enjoy a curry of your choice in their Naan Toasties along with a dessert and drink all for $20 during Winter Fest Perth,
Visit the Hay Street Mall (west end) to be delighted by the wonders of make believe snow.
Visit the Snow Mall every Friday in July:
5pm - 8pm
Every Saturday and Sunday in July:
2pm - 5pm
The snow will fall in 10 minutes intervals, with three sessions per hour.
The #heartofgold Discovery Trail will take you on an interactive gold adventure through Perth city, with augmented reality, fun widgets, timeless photos, and remarkable audio and video stories via the free Heart of Gold Australia app.
Starting at the famous Golden Eagle Nugget replica in Elizabeth Quay, discover Perth's golden secrets as you go back in time - from today's world class mining operations to the early gold rushes of the 1890's - visiting 12 significant locations on your journey to The Perth Mint.
Click here to learn more.
In celebration of NAIDOC Week, hear from First Nation Badimaya artist, Julie Dowling, for an insight into her artistic practice and her WA Now – Babanyu (Friends for life) display.
The exhibition takes a step back in time to a period (1993–2005) when First Nation Badimaya artist, Julie Dowling, emerged as one of the most important artists in Western Australia and the country.
In this period, the real-life stories she shared about First Nations peoples’ experience in this country were abrupt, brutal and challenging. Many of the stories she shared were, and still are, largely unknown or acknowledged in mainstream Australian society.
Learn more here.