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Wet and Wild: Frogs of the Kimberley

Presented by Dr Paul Doughty, Curator of Herpetology, Western Australian Museum The Kimberley region of Western Australia receives summer rains during its 'wet season'. Given the many environments of the region, from savannah plains to rugged sandstone outcrops, this has resulted in a great diversity of frog species, resulting in the most frog-rich area of the state. The main types of frogs in the area are the conspicuous tree frogs, several species of rockhole frogs, burrowing frogs, sedge frogs and an especially rich group of ground-dwelling species. Join Dr Paul Doughty, Curator of Herpetology, Western Australian Museum, as he presents a 'who's who' of these species, and highlights recent discoveries with more species to be described. Part of the WA Museum's 2014 In the Wild West Lecture Series. Photography Credit: Claire Stevenson

The Fremantle Comedy Factory

The Fremantle Comedy Factory is a developmental room for new and experienced comedians. The aim is to give acts an opportunity to perform, try out new material, or polish off their favourite bits. Each week will feature 10 difference comedians (Don't worry, there's a break after 5 acts so you can catch your breath after laughing so hard), plus a professional MC. Each week we pack the Red Room upstairs at the Sail and Anchor full of great entertainment that is guaranteed to make you laugh, plus there's weekly mystery prizes to be won. Whether you're an experience performer, want to give it a crack for the first time, or just love comedy, we'd love to see you there as a punter, participant, or to support your local comedians. Entry by stairs only


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Fremantle Bakehouse

The Fremantle Bakehouse is local, simple, fresh and friendly. The aroma of freshly baked croissants oozes from the cafe down the iconic Fremantle Cappuccino Strip, blended with the richness of their Premium 5 senses coffee and the bustle of the cultural clientele and friendly face of the Fremantle locals. An all day breakfast, famous fluffy pancakes, homemade chunky steak pies and sausages rolls, range of sandwiches filled with local fresh product and tempting rolls are just a few items on offer. Renowned for their tempting array of bakery items, gluten free cakes, friands and biscuits, no one can resist a pastry accompanied with a roasted coffee, range of teas or freshly squeeze juice.

The Newport Hotel Record Club

The Newport and Steve Parkin are excited to announce the launch of the Record Club, a new weekly night that will see some on WA's most beloved and recognizable musicians pay homage to the artists that inspired them and the albums that never left their turntable. Kicking off on Thursday 5 June, blues rock exponents The Date will play Lou Reed's Rock 'N' Roll Animal in its entirety followed by a selection of the late iconoclast's greatest hits. In the weeks to follow The Wesley Goodlet Jamboree Scouts will take on David Bowie's The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust, Her Majesty's (Kenji Kitahara & Special Guests) will tackle The Beatles' Abby Road and Ruby Boots will perform the songs from Lucinda Williams' Car Wheels On A Gravel Road. The series will continue throughout July and August with members of Eskimo Joe, The Chemist, End Of Fashion, Sleepy Jackson, Timothy Nelson & The Infidels, The Basement Birds and more joining forces in super-tributes such as Fleetwood Rack (Fleetwood Mac), Pink Eye Town (Weezer), Kim Deal Or Bo Deal (The Pixies) and culminating in an audio visual performance of Pink Floyd's The Wall. For all those list making record obsessives there will be album giveaways courtesy of Mills Records and a special package offer on tickets available via Oztix. Don't miss this incredible chance to see much loved musicians play the songs that launched a thousand riffs. Every thursday from the 5th of June until august DJs and Hosts:Steve Parkin (Basement Birds)Malcolm Clark (Sleepy Jackson) Tickets are $10 onlineTickets will be available at the door for $15If you buy 3 or more tickets online at oztix, you will receive one free ticket for the show.*


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Artsource is the peak membership body for visual artists in Western Australia. We have over 1,000 members and provide them with professional services, opportunities and represent their interests. In addition to promoting our members and their work, Artsource champions the value of the visual arts to a growing audience across Western Australia, our nation and internationally. We are not-for-profit and supported by Government, businesses and many committed individual donors and Patrons.

The Hidden Sound

The Hidden Sound - a series of intimate concerts in secret spaces around Perth. Jarrad Seng has teamed up with some of his favourite local creatives to put this all together. The first one will be on the 31st of July in Fremantle. The venue and the artist(s) remain a mystery until the very last minute. It could be the busker you walk past every day on the street, it could be your favourite local band... it could be me playing the melodica? It could be pop or hip hop or folk music - who knows. It doesn't matter - it's all about taking a little time to *really* listen to good music, without pre-conceptions or expectations... and being a part of something that exists only for one night... Tickets are only $25 and available tomorrow morning at 9am from www.thehiddensound.com.au. Only 100 tickets available - hope to see you there

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