Fremantle is a unique place in the world; it is also home to Australia's longest running festival. Now in its 109th year, the Fremantle Festival is packed with special events and happenings bursting with verve, colour and Freo-style. Each year the community brings the Fremantle Festival to fruition by contributing to the program with over 100 different cultural events that run alongside annual festival events. To check out the online version of the Festival program please click here http://bit.ly/ZBJTwg To download the PDF please see the attachment below: Fremantle Festival Program. The PDF is packed with lots of amazing events so please be warned it's quite a large file.
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The Japanese Film Festival showcases the best in contemporary Japanese cinema, offering a selection of titles in a wide variety of genres - from anime to internationally acclaimed drama, and everything in between! The festival is presented and run by the Japan Foundation Sydney, and is the world's largest Japanese Film Festival outside of Japan.
Your suburb is alive with drama hilarity and controversy; so why should theatre be restricted to the centre of town?This festival, performers are escaping the Fremantle City centre and bringing their shows home, to a tiny place right around the corner. North Fremantle Bowling Club 30th October6pm SHOW CANCELLED - Macbeth (ish)7.30pm The Dummies Guide to Opera 31st October6pm Sweet-and-Twenty7.30pm Absolutely Opening at PCYC - 34 Paget Street Hilton is opening the Round the Corner Theatre with a huge PCYC open night! Join us for a Halloween disco, music, food and catch performances of gymnastics, cheerleaders, circus, martial arts and a fashion parade. Plus try shooting air rifles, dancing and join in a game of street ball. Progress Hall, 34 Paget st (Fremantle PCYC) 1st November7.30pm "They've got huge talent" – replacing Macbeth(ish) GOLD COIN DONATION 2nd November6pm Absolutely7.30pm Sweet-and-Twenty
WA Beer Week: Craft beer and tapas breaky from 9-11 am Saturday 1 November. Grab a six beer tasing paddle and matched tapas breaky for $30. A great way to start your day of beery adventures in Freo, the home of craft beer.
Fremantle's favourite farmers market Growers Green is celebrating Fremantle Festival with a whole bunch of extra stalls featuring local artisans, craft stalls and performances from local primary and high school musicians! Following the success of last year's Freo Schools Fiesta, students from Fremantle's local government schools will once again demonstrate the power of music to bring people together and build communities with a collaborative celebration of music making featuring student bands, ensembles and a massed choir.
Vocalist and songwriter Shameem enchants her audiences with her heartfelt, personal stories and spiritual influences in her songs. Born in Australia to a Chinese-Malaysian father and an Iranian mother has influenced Shameem's distinctive eclectic approach to music. Her unique fusion of 90s R&B grooves with the melodic sensibility of 70s soul and a subtle twist of jazz has seen her frequently compared to such artists as Alicia Keys, Sade and Michael Jackson. This is a free event, so bring a picnic and enjoy! Sponsored by Smokefree WA and Healthway.
Big screens around the venue, an on course bookie, sweepstakes, fried mice eating competitions, hobby horse racing and massive Melbourne cup platters. All the fun of the Spring Festival right here Freo.
Celebrate Melbourne Cup at The National Hotel. Tuesday 4 Nov 11am-3pm Inclusions - Chambord Cocktail on arrival, mystery cup bet, 3 hours of delicious canapes, prizes for the best dressed and live music from Gypsy Minions. $49 per ticket.