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Angus & Julia Stone

Fresh from playing to full houses in the US and sold out tours in Europe and the UK, Angus & Julia Stone return home to Australia in 2018. Touring their latest album Snow, join the siblings for a night of their signature harmonies and ethereal song craft. They’ll be joined on the road by powerhouse Melbourne singer-songwriter Angie McMahon, with her bold vocals and beautiful guitar tones.

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PP Arnold

PP Arnold is a legend! The Los Angeles teenager, who became London’s First Lady of Soul after hitting town in 1966 with Ike & Tina Turner and coming to the attention of Mick Jagger, is still going strong. And she’s once again at the right place in the right time, as she has been so often in a that’s lasted over 50 years. Best known for her beautiful and classic mid-to-late ‘60s hits including “The First Cut Is The Deepest”, “(If You Think You’re) Groovy” and “Angel of the Morning”, as well as the power chorus of the Small Faces’ iconic hit “Tin Soldier”, PP is set to undertake her first ever concert tour of Australian and New Zealand. She’ll be backed by a super group of super fans: Tim Rogers, Rusty Hopkinson, Andy Kent, Talei Wolfgramm and James Black. PP’s tour down under follows the release last year of “The Turning Tide”, an album of unreleased recordings from the late ‘60s and early ‘70s, produced by both Barry Gibb and Eric Clapton. It cracked the UK Top 30 upon release, recently made the NZ iTunes Top 20, and has been the subject of many accolades and much airplay since its release. Although this will be PP’s be first concert tour of these parts, she has previously performed here as a featured singer with Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters in 2002 and 2008. In recent times she has also recorded with Primal Scream, Oasis, Ocean Colour Scene and Paul Weller. She has a voice that other artists love to work with; her first duet was with Rod Stewart on a single produced by Mick Jagger, way back in ’67. Her timeless work has earned PP an ardent following amongst fans of ‘60s British rock and pop in addition to lovers of classic soul, and some of her early dance numbers are considered Northern Soul classics. Her status as an icon of her era when she starred alongside old friend Marianne Faithful in the final episode of the original series of “Absolutely Fabulous” in 1996 (for which she and Marianne especially recorded a new version of the program’s theme song “This Wheel’s On Fire”). With her memoir soon due for publication and a new album in the can, co-written and produced by the Ocean Colour Scene’s Steve Craddock and including a couple of duets with long-time supporter and fan Paul Weller, 2018 promises to be a big year for PP Arnold. Join PP and her dream Australian band for what will undoubtedly be among the most talked about tours of the year. Tickets on sale 2 March 2018

Kangaroo A LoveHate Story Fremantle Premiere

This ground breaking film reveals the truth surrounding Australia’s love-hate relationship with its beloved icon. The kangaroo ‘image’ is proudly used by top companies, sports teams and tourist souvenirs, yet as they hop across the vast continent many consider them pests to be shot and sold for profit. KANGAROO unpacks a national paradigm where the relationship with kangaroos is examined. Special community screening of KANGAROO A Love-Hate Story at Luna on SX.  Date: Mon 28th May  Time: 6:30pm - 9:00pm  Buy tickets at Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/kangaroo-a-love-hate-story-fremantle-premiere-screening-tickets-44874982280?aff=efbeventtix https://www.facebook.com/events/159220148236951/ https://www.facebook.com/kangaroothemovie/http://kangaroothemovie.com

Wizards Fantastic Feast

As an immersive theatre/Dinner experience - Patrons will enter a truly magical ' Harry Potter' inspired great hall in which they will interact with a host of magical characters. All Patrons are invited to express their Wizarding Fantasy identity: Be it – Wizard, Witch, sorcerer or Druid Patrons will be allocated a House, enjoy wizard lessons and exams; enjoy dangerous acts of sorcery and learn and make an unforgetable Magical Elixir for their own consumption! - All can be guaranteed a 'hearty' feast and  highly interactive/Immersive entertainment. Wizards Fantastic Feast AT Oxleigh Hall Wizard School a once in a Millenia ‘Fantastic Feast’ awaits wizened sorcerers and Fledgling Wizards and witches alike. Everything is not as it seems in the Wizard world; the bell in the tower, the potions and spells; why is the divination professor looking in my tea? Oxleigh Hall Professors have very exacting standards of their students and expect you will score highly in your wizarding exams or you may end up with some extra homework or detention! Oxleigh Hall has all the magical qualities you would expect of a Wizarding Academy including an Enchanted Floating Candle ceiling, self-typing typewriters, books that write by themselves, levitating objects, dark and dangerous things lurking in the shadows and Professors that will protect their students by using magical forces (and a little pyrotechnics!)  Wizards Fantastic Feast banquet style in the great Hall including lashings of Buttered Beer Special effects including floating candle ceiling Immersive Theatre -  OWL, Spells and potion exams Special effects - levitation, animatronics and pyrotechnics Adult only Experience Highly interactive and lots of Humor Students to attend with appropriate attire for a Magical Academy for Witches/Wizards/Druids/Sorcerers 

Minky G Rosco

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!

Gypsys Open Mic Performers Night

Now in our 5th year, this has become one of Freo’s much loved hubs for local musos. This week it’s a fully packed evening of great songwriters and performers. Al fresco live music with tasty tapas, organic wines, home brewed beers and amazing local music … that’s the Freo Style at Gypsys. Starts 7 pm and its FREE !

Agelink - Between the Wind and Water Performance

A celebration of Fremantle life and times, funny, poignant, informative and joyful, Between Wind and Water brings to the iconic Town Hall during the 2018 Fremantle Heritage Festival a large cast of professional and local community performers, including musical theatre students from John Curtin College of the Arts. The shows are based on the history of Fremantle and the stories and memories of those with a connection to it. The performance will run for 1.5 hours. Dont Miss out, only four performance will be showing!! This project has been funded by the Western Australian Government through the Department of Culture and the Arts. BETWEEN WIND AND WATER by Polly Low and Directed by Stuart Halusz

Make Your Own Ceramic Mugs with Sarana Haeata

Learn to hand build and glaze your very own ceramic mugs with artist Sarana Haeata across two-weekend sessions. In the first session, students will learn a slab technique to create the unique shape of their mugs. By the end of this session each student will have at least four cups ready for firing. In the second session, Sarana will guide the group through glazing techniques that will best achieve each participant’s individual design. Collect your mugs from Stackwood the following week ready for you to sip your morning coffee out of. This skill is easily transferable to your home space so you can keep creating! Bring All tools, materials and light morning tea will be provided. Participants are welcome to bring along their own aprons or borrow one of ours. This class gets messy!  Date and time Sunday 3rd June 10:00am - 2:00pm + Sunday 10th June 10:00am - 12:30pm You must be able to attend both sessions to complete your creations. Collect your work a week after your session during store hours.  About Sarana Sarana is a ceramicist and illustrator who lives in the summery lands of Fremantle, WA. In 2014 she began her label Hang With Me Ceramics through which she creates handmade, bespoke planters and hanging pots. Her unique style focuses on the mark of the craftsman and how the imperfections in an object are actually what make it personal, connective and perfect. She works from a train carriage in her backyard and now has boutiques stocking her wares all over Australia. Images by Rae Fallon.  * Tickets are non-refundable, but you are more than welcome to send a friend in your place if you cannot attend. You can find more details in our Terms and Conditions.

Songs of land and sea

‘Songs of land and sea’ is an integrated exhibition of sculptural clay objects and paintings inspired by the oceans and landscape.The exhibition features a small group of local artists includingRobyn Varpins (www.robynvarpins-artist.com)Jillian Kurz (www.jilliankurz.weebly.com)Kate Stevens (www.ceramicsnippets.com) andLucy Henry (www.lucyhenry.com.au)whose work ranges from abstract through to realistic.‘Songs of land and sea’Open and staffed: Daily 8th - 24th June 2018Venue: Moores Contemporary Art Gallery, 46 Henry Street, FremantleOpening night event: 8th June, 6pm onwards, full details on the event facebook page.EFTPOS available onsite. Questions regarding exhibition details or media enquiries are welcomed and can be directed to Kate Stevens at ceramicsnippets@gmail.com.

Make Your Own Woven Vessel with Sian Boucherd

Explore the ancient craft of basket weaving and take home your own functional work of art. Weaving is a wonderfully meditative practice that allows you to unplug, slow down and craft something with your own hands. In this workshop you will learn techniques to build and shape your own unique vessel to take home. We will be using ethically sourced raffia and other natural fibres such as cotton, wool and feathers allowing you to personalise your vessel. This workshop is perfect for those just starting out as well as those with some experience who want to expand on their skills in a constructive and creative community environment. All tools, materials and morning tea will be provided. Date and time: Saturday 16th of June, 10am - 1pm Sunday 2nd of September, 10am - 1pm  About Siân: Siân Boucherd is a fibre artist specialising in basket weaving. Following the completion of her Art and Design Degree 2007, Sian has worked across many aspects of the arts, including a stint curating Land Art projects in ancient woodlands of Kent, UK.  Sian continues to explore the natural environment through her studio practice and the delivery of weaving workshops. Images by Lyndley Mill * Tickets are non-refundable, but you are more than welcome to send a friend in your place if you cannot attend. You can find more details in our Terms and Conditions.

Liquidbred Beer Education Appreciation

Our 3 hour Masterclass is specifically intended for those wishing to expand their knowledge of what we have generally come to refer to as ‘craft beer’, while not excluding those who perhaps are coming to ‘craft’ beer as a potential novice. We will aim to demystify the primary differences between ale and lager and thereafter highlight the range of various expressions of both these major beer ‘families’. In a nutshell, this course is for those who have had their curiosity aroused and want to learn more. As with any course we offer, discussing and elaborating on what we are tasting is critical; the intention is not so much to judge what we are tasting as good or bad, but understand why it tastes the way it does. Within this process, discovering new, interesting and captivating flavours becomes a real possibility. Therefore, roughly the first third of the session will provide background and insight, the remaining time dedicated to tasting through a select range of beers that reflect and reinforce our exploration of traditional brewing and artisanal/craft beer. It goes without saying that our main aim is to enhance an appreciation for beer styles beyond the norm, highlighting beer can be as complex and diverse as wine (if not moreso) and thus hopefully generate an excitement and desire to seek out more interesting, challenging and tasty beers. MOST importantly, the course will aim to be FUN, ENGAGING, INTERACTIVE & AFFORDABLE and tinged with a touch of irreverence...... so as not to get too serious!   The Masterclass runs for 3 hours and includes 12 beer tastings, Complementary Liquidbred beer glass and Complementary charcuterie platters & tacos courtesy of Don Tapa.

Make Your Own Woven Wall Hanging with Sunday Weaves

Create a beautiful woven wall hanging for your home on a simple handloom.  Learn about the weaving process and various simple techniques. Define your colour palette, incorporating natural and recycled fibres into your design. This class is suitable for those with no experience weaving, to those with an intermediate level understanding who want to expand their knowledge. Each participant will take home their own wooden handloom.  All tools, materials and morning tea will be provided. Dates and times: Sunday 24th of June, 10:00am - 2:30pmSaturday 8th of September, 10:00am - 2:30pmSunday 7th of October, 10:00am - 2:30pm About Phoebe: Phoebe Phillips was introduced to weaving by her mother who led a women’s craft group. She loves the meditative quality of weaving. She fits her craft practice around training to be a yoga teacher and working in a gallery. Sunday Weaves is her idea of a perfect Sunday; it’s a space where she can slow down, drink good coffee, have a great conversation and immerse herself in a creative project. Photos by Rae Fallon * Tickets are non-refundable, but you are more than welcome to send a friend in your place if you cannot attend. You can find more details in our Terms and Conditions.