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Happy Hour Fremantle

The best hotel bars for happy hour in Fremantle (Western Australia) Whether it's the amount of work we need to do, conflicting priorities, or just too many... stepping into a bar that offers HAPPY HOUR EVERYDAY, 5-6pm, is just what you need to relax after a long day trying to multitask.  The choice is yours! Esplanade Hotel Fremantle by Rydges introduces happy hour with a variety of drinks on special at Marine Lounge Bar and Ball & Chain to cater for whatever mood you're in.  Marine Lounge Bar Happy Hour Fremantle Selected wines & draught beers $4; standard spirits $5; cocktail of the week $10.  If you're into jazz music and prefer to hide away from the crowd, open a bottle of wine, uncover all the exuberance of musical tornado while you sit back and relax in a comfortable armchair... then the Marine Lounge Bar should be your pick to enjoy the genre over a few drinks. Ball & Chain Happy Hour Fremantle Matilda Bay Craft Beer on tap $7; selected wines & spirits $5. On the other hand, the Ball & Chain offers a more casual backyard hipster hangout atmosphere along with the widest range of Matilda Bay Craft beer on Tap and one of the most geographically extensive, epic whiskey menus in Fremantle. For a casual afternoon or evening we recommend you head to the historic pub – Ball & Chain.  The Poolside Bar $7 pints, $5 glass of wine, buy one cocktail get the second half price. It’s twice as nice at The Poolside Bar with great offers Happy Hour Thursday to Saturday, 1pm to 2pm & 6pm to 7pm throughout summer.   Want more? As you know the silly season is just around the corner... we are giving away great prizes at the Marine Lounge Bar including your chance to WIN AN OFFICE PARTY and/or WIN A COMPLIMENTARY DINNER ON US at The Harbour Master! Simply drop your business card at the bar to be in the draw to win these great prizes, valid for redemption Monday - Thursday. 

America's Cup 30th Anniversary Dinner

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED.  To mark this momentous event, that changed Fremantle and indeed, the entire Perth region forever, we will be hosting a night of yachting fun and history at the prestigious WA Maritime Museum. Join us in this magnificent setting overlooking Fremantle Harbour for a fun filled evening. Dress code – ‘Formal with a nautical twist’. Tickets include: Three course dinner Wine and drinks with the meal Be taken back in time with talks from local identities and raconteurs Live band and dancing to the finest hits of the eighties featuring “Some Like it Yacht”.  Speakers on the night include Brian Burke (1987 WA Premier), John Longley (Australia II crew member and Bond team representative), Peter Gilmour (Kookaburra III starting helmsman and tactician, WA sportsman of the year 1987) and more to be announced. A collaboration between The National Hotel and the WA Maritime Museum. Photo: Roger Garwood/WA Museum

Sacred Earth - Music for inner peace

Sacred Earth are one of Australia’s  musical success stories. Having sold more than a quarter of a million albums, they’re Australia’s top selling artists in the sacred music music genre and the second you hear their sound, it’s easy to see why. Sacred Earth’s music is nothing short of spellbinding. Prem’s captivating vocals have an other-worldly quality, encapsulating the depths of human emotion with striking clarity as she sings sacred mantras and heartfelt lyrics that resonate with people of all ages and from all walks of life. While Prem plays her keyboard with a gentle touch, Jethro adds vocal harmonies and soothing instrumental melodies, playing shakuhachi (Japanese flute), Indian Bansuri, Irish tin and low whistles and acoustic guitar. Prem and Jethro enthusiastically embrace the opportunity to tour regularly in order share there life work  and touch the hearts of as many people as possible with their uplifting music. They play at community halls, theatre’s, churches, yoga retreats and festivals around the world, performing their distinctive, deeply emotive soundscapes for a loyal tribe of fans. Anyone who’s ever experienced Sacred Earth perform live knows it’s more than just a sacred music concert – it’s an exceptionally moving event. Tears flow, smiles spread and a profound sense of peace pervades the entire space. It’s a rare occurrence in today’s stressful society, which is why Sacred Earth’s concerts are often sold out. People return again and again to be transported back to that place of tranquillity, to feel a connectedness with the deepest aspects of the self and all things through the expansive nature of the music. Sacred Earth’s music truly is like balm for the spirit. In February 2017, Sacred Earth will again embark on a National &  International tour and are excited to be taking their live concert to the UK, Europe and Asia as well as Fremantle , Western Australia for the first time in several years. Sacred Earth events offer the simple intention of raising the spirits of all who come before them. Bring those you love.

Another Murder at the Esplanade

Someone’s at it again… join us for another Esplanade Hotel Fremantle Murder Mystery Dinner in the heritage listed Island Suite. Book now for a 3-course dinner including beverages and a thrilling 1920’s themed murder mystery to solve. Will you be the killer, the victim or a not so innocent bystander? Just $99 per person or $760 for a team of 8. Conditions apply. For bookings and enquiries, visit www.fcec.com.au/occasions  or call 9432 4801 or email functions_esplanadefremantle@evt.com 

Farm toTable Dinner with Freehand Wine

Moore and Moore in conjunction with Freehand Natural Wine invite you to share a Farm to Table dinner with them.Join us and treat yourself to a exclusively Farm to Table dinner complimented with wines from Freehand Wines for only $94pp.-canapes on arrival-2015 Freehand Semillon Sauvignon Blanc -emu carpaccio with Lemon Verbena and wild leaves - 2015 Freehand Shiraz-bower spinach, rosella and wattle seed-gold band snapper with Aniseed myrtle and sandalwood nut - 2015 Freehand Semillon-goats cheese, Samphire and sweet rainbow beet - 2014 Freehand Merlot-VitAli You’s Warm quandong and pear cake, macadamia caramel, wild lime and roasted sandalwood nut icecream - 2002 Freehand Pedro XimenezExpect surprises, with Simon foraging for delicious locally sourced ingredients!!!Paleo & vegetarian options available. Please email us your dietary requirements or any other queries to events@mooreandmoorecafe.comTickets are available now from https://goo.gl/9KY90SSimon Naber Owner of Moore and Moore has been a chef for 20 years. He began working in a commercial environment and was drawn to working with whole foods. Through constant improvement and experimentation he became a strong advocate for farm to table fresh produce. He understands the health benefits of eating quality well sourced whole foods, biodynamic, wild harvested and foraged where possible, and that everything we put into our stomachs and onto our bodies influences our health. He knows where to source the best in natural foods and products to support inner and outer health and beauty.Ali Glowing has been in the health industry for more than 10 years and has a passion for seeing people change their lives by improving their health. She knows that good health begins in the gut and works holistically to guide her clients to create change not only through diet, but also through movement and exploring emotional issues which are preventing optimum satisfaction in life. She has been an active health coach since graduating from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition and helps people to understand that there are many other factors affecting gut health other than the food they consume, which when addressed, can turn their lives around.Working and collaborating together, Simon and Ali’s individual strengths is a positive influence towards helping people to make lasting changes in their lives by improving their health. Freehand Natural Wine is an eco agri business committed to producing organic/biodynamic, small batch, hand crafted, premium quality wine without chemical additives both in the vineyard and winery. The creation of this company is due to the collaboration of Matt Eastwell & Danni Paviour-Smith who have combined their knowledge and passion to produce the best quality preservative free wines, representing variety, region and process.The grapes are grown on our unique, north facing vineyard west of Mount Barker which has been converted to biodynamics since 2007. The first Freehand wines were produced in 2010 at a unique small scale winery situated in the heart of the Porongorup mountain range. Since then Freehand has continued to develop its range to include Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc and for sweets, port. Reverting back to a ‘european’ style of winemaking means employing concrete wax lined tanks, a 60 year old hand operated Italian basket press,100% barrel aged reds (18 month minimum) and going to bottle unfiltered and unfined. Wines made and grown in this way stand out. Cool climate viticulture, full bodied smooth tannins and flavours that will surprise and delight the pallete with every sip.  

Jailhouse Ba-Roque: Rediscovering Fremantle Prison’s Crown Theatre

Did you know the Fremantle Prison once had an active theatre? Neither did we! So, please join us in rediscovering the musical legacy of the Fremantle Prison's Crown Theatre on 27 May 2017 for a student and family-friendly concert and on 4 June 2017 for an evening concert. These interactive concerts will feature discoveries made by an interdisciplinary team, including Historian Dr Jeremy Martens, Archaeologist Dr Martin Porr, Architect Dr Tijana Vujosevic, Musicians Dr Georg Corall and Patricia Alessi, Conservation and Preservation Specialist Christine Porr and PhD Architecture Scholar Jennifer Scott, with heritage analyses by TPG + Place Match (Nerida Moredoundt, Principal Heritage Architect and Flavia Kiperman, Associate) and acoustical analyses by Herring Storer Acoustics. These discoveries will be musically presented by the New Holland Consort (formerly Perth Baroque), via a new composition by Dr Georg Corall and Ms Patricia Alessi. We look forward to exploring this fascinating theatre's musical history and creating a bit of our own! Support provided by: The Fremantle Prison, The Fremantle Heritage Festival, New Holland Consort, The University of Western Australia (Research Impact Grant) and the Paul Iles Bequest (The Society for Theatre Research, UK). Bookings for 27 May concert: https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=269220 Bookings for 4 June lecture-recital: https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=269223

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Zorbas Autumn Dance Party

Colourful & awesome Autumn is here!Let’s celebrate this glorious time of year!Get your body & feet joyfully movin’To the beats and rhythms blissfully groovin.’Gather together for dance music heaven!Zorbas Autumn dance party on May 27

Little Comedy

Little Comedy Lounge at Little Creatures Next Door brings you three of the finest things in life at its highest quality. Comedy, expertly brewed beer and the beautiful sea-side city of Fremantle have never gone so well together and the best thing is you can experience it every Saturday night! Get more info including comedian line-ups.

Get Your Groove On Party

GET YOUR GROOVE ON PARTY! Charlie-Moon Meader and his band bring you a throw back to the 90s and early 2000s for a night of pop, hip hop and R&B hits to getyour body movin’. WHEN:    27 May TIME:      9.00pm - 11.00pmWHERE: Papa King Restaurant (formerly X-Wray Cafe, opposite Luna On SX Cinema)                4/13 Essex St, Fremantle WA 6160COST:     $15.00BOOKING: www.papakings.com.au/ Online: Book PapaKingsTelephone: (08) 6219 5671Email: Bookings@PapaKings.com.au

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Breakfast in the Brewery

Join us every Saturday and Sunday from 9am-11am for brekkie overlooking the Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour!  Perfect for the family, big groups or to cure that pesty hangover, Little Creature's has got your morning needs covered with hearty breakfasts,  tasty pastries,  fresh coffee and of course- beer!  Large groups are welcome.  No reservations needed.    

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