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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.    

Finding your feet: The art of yoga and drawing

Finding your feet is a one day workshop to establish intentions, free the hand and set the course for a journey of creative exploration. Working with simple drawing techniques, yoga postures and guided visual meditation, participants will experience intuitive creative flow to enhance a fresh and inspiring outlook. Join Madeline on this special day of creative expression through yoga, art and meditation. Schedule: 10.00 – 10.30 Opening song and meditation 10.30 – 12.30 Yoga Asana for grounding feet 12.30 – 13.00 Light vegan lunch provided 13.00 – 15.00 Drawing the feet 15.00 – 16.00 Restorative visualisation Investment: $125 per person early bird – payment by Sunday 26 March / $145 per person after this date We keep our workshop participant numbers low to allow for personal attention and interaction.

Photography Classes

We run photography classes on Sunday afternoons, if interested please call in and make a booking. It's a half day workshop from 1 pm to 5 pm, which includes catering, photography theory and practical walkabout tour in Fremantle. It is $180 per person, must bring your own DLSR Camera and tripod (also a spare battery and card if necessary).  We do have a special and a tag along person without a camera can join in for free, catering for tag alongs is $12 per head.

Fremantle High Tea

Indulge in a leisurely afternoon of sweets and savouries, tea and tipples with a traditional high tea at the Harbour Master in Esplanade Hotel Fremantle by Rydges. Available every Sunday between 3-5pm, pick one of four packages and treat yourself to an assortment of ribbon sandwiches, freshly baked scones accompanied with jam and double cream, and a selection of cakes or tarts accompanied by a selection of teas by T2.  Classic High Tea - $38 per person Includes T2 teas and coffee Sparkling High Tea - $44 per person Includes glass of sparkling or upgrade for $10pp to receive "flowing sparkling" throughout your high tea experience.  Chandon Sparkling High Tea - $48 per person Includes a glass of Chandon Sparkling. Champagne High Tea - $54 per person Includes a glass of MUMM Champagne.  Hen's High Tea Party A spot on farewell to your single days with all your favourite ladies, young and old! Call 9432 4881 or email dining_esplanadefremantle@evt.com for more information or to book your Hen’s High Tea in our private dining venue, The Calista Room.

Fremantle Sunday Jazz

Settle into your armchair every Sunday, 4-7pm, at Marine Lounge Bar for great tunes from some of the best Jazz singers in Perth and complete the experience with a glass of Shiraz. The spicy bite, the smooth silky fruit flavours and that warming feeling in your throat is just what you need on some of the colder nights. Wine Tastings:  January 8th & 22nd - Jane Brook Estate Wines, Swan River & Margaret River WA

Therapeutic Restorative Yoga

Therapeutic yoga combines restorative poses that are soothing and supporting, offering the chance to be still and quiet, leaving us rested, nourished and nurtured. When we relax, we have the opportunity to go deeper without tension or strain , the immune and digestive systems improve, nervous system is calmed, the body and energy channels can open up so that the whole body can receive more goodness and full energy. It is also a wonderful time for emotional healing. Busy lives can become hectic and we can find ourselves spending most of our time rushing and doing, rather than stilling and resting.Movements and postures will be soft but challenging. Also, challenging to have a quiet mind with a still body. Once the mind can mirror the pose, inner peace can be take place.bookings essential ** please note for cancellations, a refund is forfeited if less than 1 week's notice is given. 

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Sunday Jazz Sessions at Creatures NextDoor

Wrap up your week with live jazz from 4:30-7:30 every Sunday at Creatures NextDoor. Enjoy our sharing styled menu, one of our beers and ciders or a great Aussie wine, put your feet up and soak up a sunset.   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.    Love your music?  We also host live local bands every Thursday from 6pm. Come join us for some eclectic beats, drinks, nibbles, and a great evening soaking up the best Fremantle has to offer! 

Dorsal Fins

Dorsal Fins have released a new video for ‘High Low,’ the latest single from their album Digital Zodiac out now through Dot Dash / Captured Tracks in North America and Dot Dash / Remote Control Records for the rest of the world. This comes on top of the announcement of the band’s Digital Zodiac album tour, kicking off in March 2017. Of the single, co-frontwoman Ella Thompson explains “High Low is a meditation on the extremes of the world. Ups and downs, love and war and our connection to one another.” The video was directed by Tim Hillier and features the band exploring the Warburton Redwood Forest in a hyper-pixelated dreamstate. Watch it via the image below. Formed in 2014, Dorsal Fins is helmed by Liam McGorry, whose face and trumpet timbre will be recognisable to fans of Melbourne collectives Eagle & The Worm and Saskwatch. Dorsal Fins was born when McGorry began sharing demos with vocalists and songwriters Ella Thompson and Jarrad Brown. This trio, who after almost a decade each of music-making are mainstays of Melbourne stages, are Dorsal Fins’ pillars: demos and ideas sent back and forth between them are the genesis of each song, as McGorry’s original songwriting ideas build and morph. Complete only after input from the six other musicians that currently comprise Dorsal Fins, the songs on Digital Zodiac feel born of the kind of musical collaboration that can only be described as joyous: at turns frenetic, laconic, overblown and understated. For a band that is adored for its eclecticism, finding a characteristic that unites each song from Digital Zodiac might seem difficult, but there is no doubt that what defines this record is its sense of wholeness. To say it sounds like a well-maintained machine denies the album of its visceral, human flourishes, but the moving parts within Digital Zodiac function so harmoniously that there’s something stunning about their mechanics — it truly sounds like nine moving as one. Dorsal Fins is Jarrad Brown, Ella Thompson, Richard Bradbeer, Sam Raines, Rob Muinos, Olaf Scott, Ross Beaton, Lachlan O’Kane and Liam McGorry. Plus supporting on the night are Segue Safari and Demon Days

Kids Night at The Left Bank

Enjoy some free kids entertainment and our ‘Kids Eat Free’ special every Tuesday evening! We’re offering free kids entertainment downstairs in our Conservatory Deck – kids can get creative with some arts and crafts, enjoy some face painting or dance around to our live music. We might not have the Wiggles, but our acoustic music is kids friendly too. Kids also eat free with every main meal purchased. To get an impression of the night – check out our kids night video on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5E1QWicefNg Every Tuesday Night 5pm-8pm

Therapeutic Restorative Yoga 4 weeks Tuesdays

Therapeutic yoga combines restorative poses that are soothing and supporting, offering the chance to be still and quiet, leaving us rested, nourished and nurtured. When we relax, we have the opportunity to go deeper without tension or strain , the immune and digestive systems improve, nervous system is calmed, the body and energy channels can open up so that the whole body can receive more goodness and full energy. It is also a wonderful time for emotional healing. Busy lives can become hectic and we can find ourselves spending most of our time rushing and doing, rather than stilling and resting.Movements and postures will be soft but challenging. Also, challenging to have a quiet mind with a still body. Once the mind can mirror the pose, inner peace can be take place.

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