Join us at Creatures NextDoor every Thursday from 6pm for live music! Wrap up the day (or kick off the evening) with some eclectic sounds, a meal or nibbles, one of our own craft beers or a wine. Located just around the corner from the brewery, Creatures NextDoor is a cosy, relaxed lounge with a little bit of spunk. It boasts some serious views of the Fishing Boat Harbour – a perfect location for sunsets. Our menu is a sharing style menu and is accompanied by Little Creatures beers, ciders and a great selection of Australian wines. Love your music? We also host live Jazz every Sunday from 4:30-7:30. All the makings for a great Sunday in Freo.
Want the perfect way to finish off the day? Then relax and unwind with the jazz/pop sounds of Perth songstress Minky G and guitarist Rosco Dwyer. The duo has been playing their brand of chilled acoustic music both nationally and internationally, with catchy originals, and a few well chosen covers. Minky G is making her mark as a quality local singer-songwriter. She’s studied jazz guitar at WAAPA, has played for UK artist Passenger, and once for the American ambassador! Rosco Dwyer compliments her work with his considerable skill as a guitarist, completing the WAAPA Jazz Bachelor course in 2003 and working as a professional musician ever since, including being involved in various national and state tours as well as playing on cruise ships overseas. Minky G & Rosco played their first music tour of the UK (including London) during 2012, and even played some tunes at the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Celebrations on the Thames!
Love a bit of '90's tunes? The White Tree Band are bringing you nothin' but 90's bangers at Guildhall. Expect to hear awesome renditions of Will Smith, Salt n Peppa, Snow, Oasis, Spice Girls, Montell Jordan, Ace Of Base, Shaggy, No Doubt...the list goes on and on 😱 😂 Bring your slap bands, scrunchies and hyper colour tee's and get involved for a bit of light hearted '90's fun. * 90s dress code not compulsory Free entry!
The Left Bank Wine Club, established in 2015, is a monthly club in our upstairs River Bar that brings together people from all over town who have one thing in common – they love wine! They’re keen to learn more about it and drink more of it… Join us for the March edition of The Left Bank Wine Club of 2017, presented by Howard Park Wines on Thursday 30th March 2017 at 7pm in our upstairs River Bar. Tickets are $20 and include:– presentation and Q&A by the representative of Howard Park– six generous wine tastings (Sparkling, White and Red Wine)– light nibbles– a Riedel Wine Glass (to take home to collect) To book your tickets, please contact our Events Manager Julia – email firstname.lastname@example.org To get an impression from our Wine Clubs in 2016, check out The Wine Club Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qvjyBoNxkc
Nyoongar artist Rod Collard's exquisite paintings of his "Hotham Valley Boodja" (Country) opens this eve at 6pm and runs to 23 March and Resumes 31st April - 12th April (11am - 4pm). Rod is a very well known artist and has been painting and exhibiting for 17 years, but this is his first "Solo Show". Paintings range in price from $100 to $3,900.
Grab the girls and have some fun to the start of the weekend! Listen & dance to live music and watch the sun go down.. Enjoy a bottle of Risky Business Prosecco together with a Tasting Plate for only $43 from midday - every Friday!
We love having West Oz Wildlife, one of Perth’s leading wildlife petting zoos, at Fremantle Markets. They provide a rare opportunity to get up close and personal with native Australian animals such as koalas, snakes & dingoes. You can usually only glimpse such animals amidst big crowds in larger reserves or zoos. Our Wildlife Zoo offers a more intimate approach, allowing both children and adults to experience these animals in a smaller and more relaxed setting. Entry by Gold Coin Donation. Don't forget your camera!
Choose between a Margarita or Salami Special pizza – and enjoy it with a pint of Heineken for $15 every Friday from 5pm! Enjoy it together with live music in the Beer Garden - perfect way to start the weekend.
Paul Gamblin (DJ) grew up in the 70s on a musical 'diet' of punk rock and roots / dub reggae in the UK. Skip to some 25 plus years later and a life in Australia and Paul's DJ sets not only continue to reflect those earlier influences from his vast record collection but now embrace many international flavours. Joining the Little Creatures family in 2000 and spinning alternate Fridays at Creatures Next Door, Paul is an ‘old school’ and a vinyl only DJ, always expect to hear the ‘unexpected’ in his selections.
Direct from the US Erynn Marshall & Carl Jones. Southern song-duets and soaring fiddle, guitar, mandolin and banjo tunes from the heart of America’s Old Timey music tradition, Galax Virginia in concert with Perth’s own Bluegrass Parkway. Erynn Marshall and Carl Jones are old-time musicians and inspired tunesmiths. They are married – in life and music. When they play, their instruments and voices blend like two forks of the same river. Southern song-duets and soaring fiddle, guitar, mandolin, banjo tunes comprise their diverse concert sets. They play with ease, spontaneity and vitality. While rooted in the traditional sounds of older players, this duo stays true to their own muse. Carl’s honest songs can make your heart ache. Erynn’s spirited fiddling can enthrall. Together Carl & Erynn’s expressive, musical meanderings can transport the soul. Carl Jones is an American songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. He is widely respected for his instrumental talents and original songs about the joys and tribulations of day-to-day life in the South. Carl’s songs have been recorded by The Nashville Bluegrass Band, Kate Campbell, Rickie Simpkins with Tony Rice, and others. His song Last Time On The Road was on the grammy-award-winning album Unleased by the Nashville Bluegrass Band. Originally born in Macon, Georgia, Carl currently lives in Galax, Virginia with wife and musical partner – fiddler, Erynn Marshall. In the 1980’s he played mandolin with James Bryan, Norman and Nancy Blake as part of the Rising Fawn String Ensemble and during the same period won 3rd place and a guitar in the fingerpick-guitar category at Winfield, KS. Carl has recorded many CD’s including Traveling Star featuring his original songs and a 2015 duet album Sweet Memories Never Leave with Marshall which has received great reviews. Carl is known for his fine musicianship on many stringed instruments, keen sense of humor, evocative songwriting, and as a charismatic teacher. Carl has performed or taught all over the United States, Canada and Europe. For more information please visit: www.dittyville.com Erynn Marshall has carved out a niche for herself as an old-time fiddler in North America and abroad. She has played for thirty-five years, performed and taught at many music camps in the US, Canada and Europe. Erynn learned the nuances of old-time fiddling from visiting 80-95 year-old southern fiddlers and singers for many years. Her fieldwork culminated in the book, Music in the Air Somewhere about West Virginia fiddle and song traditions (WVU Press). Erynn has also appeared in three films, recorded a DVD and five CDs including Sweet Memories Never Leave – a 2015 duet release with Carl Jones. She has won many awards including first place in fiddle at “Clifftop” – The Appalachian Stringband Festival – in West Virginia (the first woman and person from outside the US to do so). Erynn lives in Galax, Virginia, tours with Carl Jones and the Bowbenders stringband.
A fierce femme-fatale foursome who explode with quirky, indi-punkin’ songs and a penchant for sharing toothbrushes and tinnies, The Tommyhawks, release new single ‘Bedroom’ and head out on tour, hitting up Mojo’s Friday March 31. ‘Bedroom’ is the first single from the band’s forthcoming This Is Not A Desert Island EP. The track explores the vulnerability of the mind. It is about finding the place between childhood and adulthood that certain things might have broken, and other things have healed. Together for barely three years The Tommyhawks have played over 20 festivals across the country and are renowned for their thrilling and explosive live performances. There’s a sweet spot between rollicking folk melodies and punk- infused blues; and The Tommyhawks have found it. Lead singer, Addison Axe is a rare mythical creature with the voice of a unicorn; combine that with dark sax harmonies, home-made electric mandolin, super-tight rhythm and a contagious on- stage presence and you’ll be mesmerised from the word go.The band sold out of both pressings of their 2015 debut EP We’re All Meat and We’re Gonna Get Eat and released their second EP Hurling Stones and Sticks in 2016 to a sold out Perth launch, and single ‘Hollow’ was nominated for the West Australian Music Awards’ Song of The Year 2016. Full of more collective energy than a bunch of year ones on excursion to the zoo; be prepared to come away with a full heart and big crush. Plus supporting on the night are Timothy Nelson, Bells Rapids and Leoh.
Clancy's resident band for the last 20 odd years, The Zydecats play the last Friday of each month! Lead by the great Lucky Oceans, this Louisiana-inspired band of legends still produce one of the best live shows you’ll ever see. Fish Pub Friday is on again! Kids stuff from 4.30pm, traditional jam session from 5.30pm and live music from 8pm!