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calendar of events: perth + fremantle


Here's all the news on events, shows, concerts, festivals and anything else you should see if you're in town. There's always something on, whether it be concerts, theatre, sport or something for the kids that you're interested in. Click on the individual event for more information. Details are subject to change, check the organisers' websites for the latest information.



continuing Everyone Has A History Part One: Plain Speak Exhibitions|Displays

Some artists just have to speak. Some stories need to be told. Plain Speak has launched a new annual series at AGWA, Everyone has a history, presenting compelling personal stories told through art. The inaugural show puts Indigenous artists in the spotlight. Featuring 50 powerfully personal works, presented through a range of media; including video work, paintings, photography, sculpture and textiles. These are personal stories that demand to be told. Whether it’s a grand tale or something intimate as a diary, these are stories and histories that will provoke a response and resonate with the audience. The Indigenous voice, the Indigenous sensibility as you’ve never encountered it before. Up close and personal.
Art Gallery of WA, Perth Cultural Centre, Northbridge

to 25 Jun Luminous: Tom Malone Prize 2003-2017 Exhibitions|Displays

Glass is one of the most exciting and dynamic art forms in this country. It is a uniquely captivating medium, capable of almost endless transformation. Glass provides a perfect vehicle for the exploration of a range of themes, from the personal to the observational, and Australian makers are some of the world leaders in the medium. Now in its fifteenth year, the Tom Malone Prize is a highly respected and eagerly anticipated event for contemporary Australian glass artists.
Art Gallery of WA, Perth Cultural Centre, Northbridge

to 11 Jun Cirque du Soleil: Kooza Theatre|Dance|Film

A sparkling homage to the traditions of circus, KOOZA springs open like a bejeweled toy box to capture your imagination and set your pulse racing. A return to the intimate and fundamental human elements of circus, KOOZA combines thrilling acrobatic performance with the art of clowning. We follow The Innocent as he takes a journey of self-discovery through a comic kingdom of eccentric characters, electrifying thrills and out-of-the-box surprises. The international cast of 50 acrobats, musicians, singers and actors present heart-stopping feats and laugh-out-loud antics to a live soundtrack fusion of jazz, funk and Bollywood beats.
Belmont Racecourse, Belmont Ph: 1300 795 012

to 18 Jun HATCHED: National Graduate Show 2017 Exhibitions|Displays

The Hatched: National Graduate Show features work by recent arts graduates of the highest calibre from art schools all over the country. With work by 35 graduates carefully selected from 3 tertiary institutions in each of Australia’s states and territories, Hatched 2017 will once again test the pulse of the nation’s emerging arts practices while acting as an important springboard for artistic careers.
PICA, Perth Cultural Centre, Northbridge Ph: 9228 6300

continuing The Rise of Sneaker Culture Exhibitions|Displays

The Rise of Sneaker Culture is the first museum exhibition in North America, and now in Australia, to examine the sneaker's complex and fascinating social history, from its origins in the mid-nineteenth century to its role in the present day as a status symbol of urban culture. Originating at the Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto and organised by the American Federation of Arts, the international travelling exhibition has had popular showings in Toronto, Brooklyn, Atlanta and Oakland, and now heads to AGWA for its only Australian presentation. On display are shoes from the archives of Adidas, Converse, Nike and Puma, as well as private collectors such as legendary hip-hop group Run-DMC, sneaker guru Bobbito Garcia (Kool Bob Love) and Dee Wells of Obsessive Sneaker Disorder. Also featured are sneaker collaborations between celebrities, artists and high-end fashion houses, including Rihanna, Kanye West, Sophia Chang, Tom Sachs, Damien Hirst, Prada, and Lanvin.
Art Gallery of WA, Perth Cultural Centre, Northbridge

to 5 Jun Fremantle Heritage Festival Festivals|Celebrations

Quirky and feisty, intriguing and surprising, Fremantle captures the hearts of Western Australians like nowhere else, Fremantle Heritage Festival delves into the past to find out what makes Fremantle cool. The battles fought for workers rights, the feats and follies of eccentric characters, the art, the music, the culture, vintage fashion, motorcycles, fishing and pub crawls. All the colour and intrigue that makes Fremantle special. Fremantle comes alive with music, events, workshops, tours, activities and awards that connect locals and visitors to the city through its rich history. Discover, reacquaint and immerse yourself in the heritage of this unique port city.
Assorted venues Ph: 9432 9999

to 11 Jun Black Swan State Theatre Company: Endgame Theatre|Dance|Film

Four characters locked up in a refuge. Is it the end? Much is at stake. The relationship between Hamm, the blind and cantankerous master unable to stand, and Clov, his long suffering servant son who cannot sit, is beginning to strain. Nagg and Nell, Hamm’s decrepit parents living in garbage cans, are not helping matters. They too seem stuck between light and dark, life and death. Ruminating on past deeds and actions that, at their core, are meaningless. This tragicomedy reveals the constant duel between tyranny and submission and the need and desire to break free of the cycle. Confusion reigns – is it the beginning of the end or the end of the beginning? Beckett (awarded the 1969 Nobel Prize in Literature) considered this his favourite play, even over Waiting for Godot. As the chess game reference implies, Endgame is about how or why one bothers to move at all, when all moves lead to death.
State Theatre Centre, Cnr William and Roe Sts, Perth Ph: 1300 795 012

to 11 Jun The Play That Goes Wrong Comedy

The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society are putting on a 1920s murder mystery, but as the title suggests, everything that can go wrong…does! The accident-prone thespians battle on against all the odds to get to their final curtain call with hilarious consequences!
His Majesty’s Theatre, 825 Hay St, Perth Ph: 1300 795 012

to 10 Jun The Advisors Theatre|Dance|Film

We all need a little advice from time to time. When it’s all too hard; when love’s getting you down; when you wish you knew how to dispose of a body. But who can you turn to when the chips are down? Meet The Advisors, for great guidance and first-rate recommendations. You need it, they have it. Advice for parents, advice on sex, advice for robots trying to pass as human.
State Theatre Centre, Cnr William and Roe Sts, Perth Ph: 1300 795 012

1 Jun Todrick Hall: Straight Outta Oz Tour Theatre|Dance|Film

Broadway actor and Streamy award winner Todrick Hall announced his hit musical Straight Outta Oz is coming to Perth in June. Todrick and his talented crew tell the tale of Hall’s adventures from his small town in Texas, to the big Emerald City lights of ‘Oz Angeles’. The musical shows how a Hollywood hopeful succeeds in the business while dodging falling houses, wicked witches and the infamous ‘Poppyrazzi’. This show is great for the family with powerful musical numbers, innovative sets, sensational choreography, dazzling costumes and a great social message.
Astor Theatre, Beaufort St, Mt Lawley

2–3 Jun WASO Masters Series: Stravinsky's Firebird Music|Concerts

Sibelius’ multi-faceted, expressive tone poem and Stravinsky’s richly folkloric ballet suite provide lavishly carved bookends to Bartók’s Third Piano Concerto and Debussy’s dreamlike and seductive Prelude to the Afternoon of a faun.
Perth Concert Hall, 5 St Georges Tce, Perth

2–5 Jun Disney on Ice Presents Frozen Music|Concerts

Be magically whisked away to wintry Arendelle by dazzling special effects and astonishing skating as you sing and dance along to inspiring songs including Let It Go. Join royal sisters Anna and Elsa, the hilarious snowman Olaf, Kristoff, and Sven as they journey to discover that true love is the most magical power of all. Hosted by Mickey and Minnie, with special appearances by beloved Disney Princesses and characters from favourites like Disney Pixar’s Toy Story, Finding Nemo and Disney’s The Lion King, this unforgettable celebration of love and friendship will leave your family with memories to last a lifetime. 
Perth Arena, 700 Wellington St, Perth Ph: 1300 795 012

2 Jun Nikos Vertis Live Music|Concerts

Nikos Vertis is bringing his 24-person entourage from Greece. With special guests singers Malou Kyriakopoulou and Thomai Apergi, the multi-platinum Greek artist will captivate the Perth audience with his unmistakable style.
HBF Stadium, Mt Claremont Ph: 13 61 00

3 Jun Super Rugby Sport

Western Force v Hurricanes
nib Stadium, 310 Pier St, Perth Ph: 13 61 00

3 Jun Bloom Sings The Adele Songbook Music|Concerts

Bloom, Australia’s brightest new singing star, brings to you the songs of one amazing artist, Adele. Backed by an all star band, the show is not a tribute act, it’s a celebration of amazing songs, bought to you with an audio visual presentation, and a superstar band.
Astor Theatre, Beaufort St, Mt Lawley

3–5 Jun Living Well in WA Exhibitions|Displays

Perth’s Wellness Event of the Year. This 3-day festival is packed with over 50 inspirational seminars, talks and experiences to improve health, fitness and happiness. Educational and fun for the whole family. Exhibitors showcasing natural health products and therapies, bestselling authors Dr Peter Dingle, Dr Sandra Cabot, Lee Holmes, Maggie Hamilton and Darrell Brown. Kid's Earth play activities, parenting panel, daily door prizes, healthy food demonstrations, mindfulness, meditations, sound healing, health checks and healing sessions.
Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre, Mounts Bay Rd, Perth

3–4 Jun Pinjarra Festival Festivals|Celebrations

Live entertainment, childrens’ art and craft activities, street food vendors, vintage cars, sand sculpting workshops, cooking demonstrations, laser tag, market stalls and amusements.
Edenvale Homestead, Pinjarra Ph: 9531 1439

4 Jun Australian Football League Sport

Fremantle Dockers v Collingwood
Domain Stadium, Roberts Rd, Subiaco Ph: 13 61 00

4 Jun Dr Hook Starring Dennis Locorriere Music|Concerts

Dr Hook is back and celebrating forty years since their huge 1977 hit Walk Right In topped the Australian charts. The Australian leg of the 2015 ‘Timeless’ World Tour sold out, so by popular demand the band are delighted announce they are returning with their ‘Walk Right In 2017’ tour.
Crown Theatre, Great Eastern Hwy, Burswood Ph: 13 61 00

4 Jun Horrorshow: Bardo State Tour Music|Concerts

Horrorshow are a hip hop duo from Sydney. In eight years they’ve released four studio albums, sold-out numerous tours and cultivated one of the most loyal and dedicated fan bases.
Astor Theatre, Beaufort St, Mt Lawley

5 Jun SOTA Festival Music|Concerts

State Of The Art Music Festival returns with a 100% Western Australian line-up designed for music lovers of all ages, with both under 18 and licensed areas. Best of all, it’s free! The sixth annual SOTA showcase will be held at Elizabeth Quay as part of the WA Day long weekend festivities.  Headliners span everything from heavy rock to Aussie hip hop, including Karnivool, Drapht and Gyroscope.
Elizabeth Quay, Perth

7 Jun Ultimate Eagles Music|Concerts

Ultimate Eagles are an international phenomenon. They have become a brand name in their own right who are revered by their peers, respected by the music industry and dearly loved by their massive and expanding fan base. In just four short years, they have performed to over 500,000 fans worldwide, clocking up 5 million YouTube hits along the way. The legendary sounds of The Eagles are faithfully and brilliantly recreated by six world class musicians in an unmissable concert.
Crown Theatre, Great Eastern Hwy, Burswood Ph: 13 61 00

7 Jun to 1 Jul Subiaco Theatre Festival Theatre|Dance|Film

Escape the winter gloom and head to Subiaco Arts Centre to see some of Perth’s most exciting independent theatre companies light up the stage. Perth Theatre Trust is proud to present an eclectic program of quality productions from Whiskey & Boots, Umbrella Works Inc., the Strawboat Collective and The Last Great Hunt.
Subiaco Arts Centre, 180 Hamersley Rd, Subiaco Ph: 1300 795 012

9–10 Jun WASO Classics Series: Passions & Contrasts Music|Concerts

Berlin Philharmonic Principal Horn Stefan Dohr and conductor Johannes Debus make their WASO debuts. Inspired by Botticelli’s painting Primavera, Debussy’s early symphonic suite Printemps already shows his predilection for ‘impressionist’ harmonies. By contrast, Richard Strauss’ Second Horn Concerto blazes with late-style brilliance.
Perth Concert Hall, 5 St Georges Tce, Perth

9 Jun James Morrison & Patti Austin: Celebration of Ella & Louis Music|Concerts

Legendary Grammy award-winning vocalist Patti Austin and Australia’s own trumpet maestro James Morrison come together with the West Australian Symphony Orchestra’s Big Band Horns, to perform timeless hits from the Great American Songbook of Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong.
Crown Theatre, Great Eastern Hwy, Burswood Ph: 13 61 00

9–10 Jun City Wine Festivals|Celebrations

Take time to taste and enjoy wines, share a tapas style meal with friends while overlooking the Perth skyline at Urban Orchard. The exhibitor line-up features some of the state’s leading boutique wine producers, a range of Perth’s favourite food vendors along with a selection of craft brewers, ciders and spirits.
Perth Cultural Centre, Northbridge

9 Jun An Evening With Dr Jane Goodall Exhibitions|Displays

A byword for primatology and conservation, Jane Goodall brought us closer to our nearest relatives with her studies on the chimpanzees of the Gombe Stream National Park in Tanzania. Through her iconoclastic research, she showed the world their capacity for tool making, their complex family relationships, both their intimate friendships and their dark and violent nature. Enjoy a rare opportunity to meet her in person.
Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre, Mounts Bay Rd, Perth Ph: 1300 795 012

10 Jun 100% Kylie Music|Concerts

2017 marks Kylie Minogue’s 30th anniversary as a recording artist. To celebrate this milestone 100% Kylie, the world's number one Kylie Minogue tribute show, is staging their very own Greatest Hits Tour, a two-hour concert spectacular. Don’t miss this breathtaking mix of glitz and glam, incredible replica costumes, phenomenal dancers and live band.
Crown Theatre, Great Eastern Hwy, Burswood Ph: 13 61 00

10 Jun Baby Animals and the Screaming Jets Music|Concerts

Baby Animals and Screaming Jets, two of Australia’s finest rock bands, will hit the road together for the rock event of the year.
Astor Theatre, Beaufort St, Mt Lawley

11 Jun Pacifica Quartet Music|Concerts

Exhilarating, exuberant, virtuosic: the Pacifica Quartet has won hearts around the world for its passionate performances. Treading that miraculous line between naked emotion and scrupulous musicianship, a concert with the Pacificas becomes an engrossing sensory experience for the audience. Such intensity throws a brilliant light onto the pure, architectural beauty of a cherished Haydn quartet. Mendelssohn’s magnificent first string quartet shows its teenage composer’s obsession with Beethoven. The heart-on-sleeve, melodic riches of these two early Romantic geniuses are natural territory for these performers. Nigel Westlake fits perfectly in this context, offering players and listeners an enticing palette of lyricism and rhythm. The Pacifica Quartet perform works that they are known best for; music that leaves no listener unmoved.
Perth Concert Hall, 5 St Georges Tce, Perth

13 Jun I Love The 90s Music|Concerts

After selling out arenas across America, I Love the 90s invites Australia to reminisce about the trendsetting decade with some of the most iconic, indelible names in rap, hip hop and R&B. With live sets from Vanilla Ice, Salt N Pepa, Color Me Badd, Tone Loc, Coolio and Young MC, I Love the 90s is set to be the year’s biggest party with Perth Arena’s dancefloor ready for move busting.
Perth Arena, 700 Wellington St, Perth Ph: 1300 795 012

13 Jun Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs Comedy

This is unmissable comedy cabaret, get ready for a bewitching night of Vaudevillian showbiz, mischief-making, show tunes, and life-affirming laughs.
Astor Theatre, Beaufort St, Mt Lawley

14 Jun Enoch Arden Theatre|Dance|Film

Bell Shakespeare founder John Bell AO OBE and internationally acclaimed pianist Simon Tedeschi take to the stage for a rare performance of Enoch Arden: a melodrama composed by Richard Strauss to the words of Alfred, Lord Tennyson’s 1864 poem of the same name. The poem tells the heartrending tale of a shipwrecked sailor who returns home after 10 years to find his beloved wife, believing him dead, remarried and with a new child. He makes the decision to sacrifice his own happiness in his love for her, never revealing that he has returned.
His Majesty’s Theatre, 825 Hay St, Perth Ph: 1300 795 012

15 Jun Australian Football League Sport

West Coast Eagles v Geelong
Domain Stadium, Roberts Rd, Subiaco Ph: 13 61 00

15–17 Jun Toddler World Exhibitions|Displays

Toddler World is a unique child’s pop up, play and discovery event experience, catering to children aged between 1-6 years of age. Providing a safe and comfortable event to experience a variety of different activities with a focus on safety and comfort for children and creating an enjoyable experience for parents. There will be a range of experiences on offer for kids including sport, dance, gymnastics, bouncy castle, painting and more.
HBF Stadium, Mt Claremont Ph: 13 61 00

16–17 Jun WASO Pops Series: Swing On This Music|Concerts

Some of Australia’s leading stage and screen stars come together for Swing on This. Michael Falzon (We Will Rock You, The War of the Worlds Arena Tour), Luke Kennedy (The Voice, The Ten Tenors), Rob Mills (Wicked, Ghost the Musical) and Ben Mingay (Wonderland, House of Bond) deliver a modern and audacious take on all-time swing classics from Sinatra to Bublé and featuring well-swung interpretations of hits from Oasis, John Farnham and The Proclaimers.
Perth Concert Hall, 5 St Georges Tce, Perth

16–17 Jun Rumour Has It Music|Concerts

Rumour Has It charts the incredible rise of the blockbuster soul sensation of the modern age live on stage in story and song, with all the upfront British wit and heart-stopping tunes that have made Adele the highest-selling recording artist of the 21st Century. Smouldering soul powerhouse Naomi Price tells the story of the London tearaway with a voice that woke up the world with 19, then conquered it with the 30-million selling masterpiece, 21.
His Majesty’s Theatre, 825 Hay St, Perth Ph: 1300 795 012

16–17 Jun Icehouse Music|Concerts

With a career spanning over 35 years Icehouse is one of the country’s most loved and highly accomplished bands.
Crown Theatre, Great Eastern Hwy, Burswood Ph: 13 61 00

16–18 Jun EveryWoman Expo Exhibitions|Displays

Shop until you drop at the 2017 Mundella EveryWoman Expo! With over 250 exhibitors including health, beauty, fashion, food, lifestyle, fitness and spiritual solutions the Expo is an action packed weekend for all to enjoy. Favourite Expo Features: Friday Night Bubbles, fashion shows, cooking demonstrations, empowering workshops, food sampling, beauty make overs, wine tasting and more.
Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre, Mounts Bay Rd, Perth

17-24 Jun 42nd Street Theatre|Dance|Film

Broadway’s most famous song-and-dance fable comes to WAAPA! Get ready for a dazzling entertainment of scintillating tap routines and catchy show tunes – gems such as We’re in the Money, Lullaby of Broadway and the show-stopping title song. This Tony Award-winning musical follows the fortunes of ingénue Peggy Sawyer on her meteoric rise from chorus girl to overnight Broadway sensation during the Great Depression. This production, with its cast of rising music theatre stars, promises to be full of energy and heart.
Regal Theatre, 474 Hay St, Subiaco Ph: 1300 795 012

17 Jun Thundamentals Music|Concerts

Thundamentals have well and truly earned their mantle as one of Australia’s most exciting and dynamic live acts.
Astor Theatre, Beaufort St, Mt Lawley

19 Jun The Pink Floyd Experience Music|Concerts

Leaving a constant trail of sell-out shows in their wake, The Pink Floyd Experience are set to tour with another outstanding concert event. With each tour bigger and bolder than the last and having toured four completely different Pink Floyd-based shows over the last decade, The Experience are seeking to ‘push the envelope’ yet again as they prepare for their biggest show yet, a recreation of Pink Floyd’s landmark stadium show The Division Bell Tour.
Crown Theatre, Great Eastern Hwy, Burswood Ph: 13 61 00

19–24 Jun Banff Mountain Film Festival 2017 Theatre|Dance|Film

More than 300 of the world’s best mountain sport, culture, environment, adventure, and exploration films are shown during a week-long event in Canada. A selection of award winners and audience favourites then tours the globe, visiting 390 communities and 35 countries as part of the festival’s official world tour.
State Theatre Centre, Cnr William and Roe Sts, Perth Ph: 1300 795 012

22 Jun Lewis Watson Music|Concerts

One of UK’s hottest singer/songwriters Lewis Watson is returning to Australia in support of his sensational as yet unreleased second album Midnight.
Astor Theatre, Beaufort St, Mt Lawley

22–24 Jun Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow Festivals|Celebrations

Buckle up Perth, the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow is hitting the road to home deliver the freshest and funniest from Australia’s largest comedy festival to Perth. With an all-killer, no-filler cast of Australian stars, talented newcomers and international performers we’ve got all your comedy bases covered. Featuring everything from stand-up to sketch, slapstick to song, each individual line-up presents the best of the Festival in one hilarious show.
His Majesty’s Theatre, 825 Hay St, Perth Ph: 1300 795 012

23–24 Jun Joel Creasey: Poser Comedy

Make sure you book early to see the immeasurable, unstoppable, comedic force that is Joe Creasey, Australia’s Crown Prince of Comedy. This show is sure to sell out!
Astor Theatre, Beaufort St, Mt Lawley

23 Jun to 23 Jul Lights by Dreamworks Families|Children

Shrek and Kung-Fu Panda light up the Crown Pyramid. This is an exhibition style event with some of DreamWorks Animation’s best known characters in a large-scale lantern experience. Lights by DreamWorks is an interactive, walkthrough experience for people all ages, who will marvel at more than 100 of DreamWorks’ characters brought to life. Modelled on the traditional Chinese Lantern Festival, Lights by DreamWorks features huge illuminated figures familiar to the fans of the Shrek, Kung Fu Panda, How to Train Your Dragon and Madagascar movies. Visitors to the exhibition will also meet the stars and be treated to a variety of scenographic pieces, LED furnishings, themed technology and learning zones, children’s rides and an animatronic dragon.
Crown Pyramid, Great Eastern Hwy, Burswood Ph: 13 61 00

23 Jun Chris Rock Comedy

Grammy and Emmy Award winning comedian, actor, director, writer and producer, Chris Rock, will kick off the Australian leg of his highly anticipated all-new tour at Perth Arena. The Total Blackout Tour is the acclaimed comedian’s first tour in over 9 years. Lauded by peers and critics alike, Chris Rock is one of our generation’s strongest comedic voices. As an actor, director, producer and writer he has created many memorable moments. Don’t miss your chance to see this comedic genius live in Perth.
Perth Arena, 700 Wellington St, Perth Ph: 13 61 00

24 Jun Australian Football League Sport

West Coast Eagles v Melbourne
Domain Stadium, Roberts Rd, Subiaco Ph: 13 61 00

24 Jun WASO: The Rusty Orchestra Music|Concerts

Active community musicians aged 25 years and over from all over Western Australia are invited to sit side-by-side WASO musicians to create our Rusty Orchestra. In 2017, musicians will attend sectional and full orchestra rehearsals to prepare a free one hour performance for the general public.  Join us for this larger than life symphony as part of Education Week.
Perth Concert Hall, 5 St Georges Tce, Perth

24 Jun I Am Playing Me Theatre|Dance|Film

A humorous exploration of the uncanny knack that musical theatre numbers have in crossing over into our real lives. The concept began as a conversation over coffee, which then ran away with itself and became a hilarious, engaging, charming and highly entertaining little show!
Downstairs at the Maj, 825 Hay St, Perth Ph: 1300 795 012

25 Jun WASO Family Series: The Beat Of Your Feet Music|Concerts

A music-loving dog and cat go on an amazing musical adventure to find the Greatest Orchestra in the World. Join WASO for an irresistible musical adventure based on the book Stan and Mabel by Jason Chapman. This highly interactive performance will captivate young children and families, with its mix of music, illustrated projections and audience participation. Featuring award winning British composer and music educationist Paul Rissmann plus additional great orchestral repertoire, The Beat of Your Feet promises to excite, energise and inspire!
Perth Concert Hall, 5 St Georges Tce, Perth

27 Jun Faith & Freedon: The Music of George Michael Music|Concerts

Perth Symphony Orchestra and the WAAPA Gospel Choir perform the music of George Michael.
Astor Theatre, Beaufort St, Mt Lawley

27 Jun Divialicious: Licence to Trill Music|Concerts

Get up close and personal with Penny Shaw and Fiona Cooper Smyth as they tell their tale of friendship and rivalry through hits of opera, musical theatre and Hollywood movies.
Perth Concert Hall, 5 St Georges Tce, Perth

28 Jun Australian Chamber Orchestra: Intimate Mozart Music|Concerts

One of the world’s leading performers of Mozart, pianist Kristian Bezuidenhout, joins Richard Tognetti and an intimate ACO ensemble.
Perth Concert Hall, 5 St Georges Tce, Perth Ph: 13 61 00

29 Jun D.D. Dumbo Music|Concerts

D.D Dumbo, aka Castlemaine’s own Oliver Hugh Perry, has announced a national tour in support of his excellent debut album in his first headline run with a full band.
Astor Theatre, Beaufort St, Mt Lawley

30 Jun to 1 Jul WASO Classics Series: Louis Lortie Plays Chopin Music|Concerts

Experience the artistry of one of the world’s most poetic pianists.  Acclaimed French-Canadian pianist Louis Lortie’s teacher was a pupil of Chopin specialist Alfred Cortot, whose teacher was a student of Chopin himself. Lortie performs with elegant subtlety, sophistication and spontaneity - perfect qualities for Chopin’s lyrical First Piano Concerto. Christoph König frames Chopin with the muscularly romantic music of Dvořák: the seldom heard but delightful tone poem The Water Goblin and his passionate Seventh Symphony.
Perth Concert Hall, 5 St Georges Tce, Perth

30 Jun Nazeem Hussain: Public Frenemy Comedy

Nazeem Hussain has a love/not-so-love relationship with Australia that is fraught with mistrust. And given the state of the world, the feeling’s mutual. Public Frenemy is the latest show to come from one of the most in demand TV and radio personalities in Australia. After selling out tours around the world in 2015 and 2016 Hussain capped off last year at the prestigious Edinburgh Fringe Festival with a sell out debut solo show.
Regal Theatre, 474 Hay St, Subiaco Ph: 1300 795 012

30 Jun to 1 Jul Jazz @ the Maj: Roger Garrood Music|Concerts

Roger and his alto sax will join the Monday Night Orchestra in a concert that will remind you that the wealth of talent resident right here in Perth is world class in its depth and that the next generation of musicians are in the best of hands.
Downstairs at the Maj, 825 Hay St, Perth Ph: 1300 795 012