Fremantle’s Hidden Treasures Winter Music Series returns this July with a mix of ripe new bands, well-seasoned cult heroes, perfectly-cured venues and… a musical tram. For the past six years the City of Fremantle has presented Hidden Treasures, which has given WA music fans a rare peak inside the tucked away, incredibly evocative old venues that dot Fremantle’s West End such as the Buffalo and Navy Clubs. Now a staple of the local music calendar, ‘Treasures has developed a reputation as a taste-making showcase of WA’s hottest young acts while also celebrating specially-reformed cult bands from the state’s rich musical past. It’s the unusual audience this creates – crusty rock dogs rubbing shoulders with 19 year-old hipsters – that makes Hidden Treasures such an unpredictable delight. In 2017 Hidden Treasures will also welcome its first ever roving, ever-changing, venue – the Fremantle Tram. The local tourist shuttle will regularly pick up punters before stopping at picturesque locations such as the North Mole Lighthouse for stripped-back acoustic concerts by artists including Lucy Peach, Timothy Nelson and Steve Parkin. Tickets to Hidden Treasures are $20 on the night only. Tickets gain you entry to all venues: The Navy Club, Buffalo Club, Packenham St Art Space, The Orient and National Hotel. Hidden Treasures Winter Music Series is a City of Fremantle festival
A series of wildly creative and beautifully realised puppetry works inspired by the classic fairy tale, Sleeping Beauty, devised and performed by the final year Performance Making students at theWestern Australia Academy of Performing Arts. WAAPA Students will work with Spare Parts Puppet Theatre’s Associate Director, Michael Barlow. This magical show of edgy adult puppetry poses questions about suppressed sensuality, vengeance for social exclusion and the occasional murderous instinct! A night of strange figures, objects and dreams – go to Sleep. This show was developed as part of Spare Parts’ Tertiary Partnerships program.
Join us for this one night only performance of 'A Road To Nowhere’, the play inspired by the true story of the campaign that many of us were part of. Written and directed by Anina Coco Burns, highlights include Ewan Buckley performing ‘No to Roe’ and ‘Sit Down For Your Rights’, Shona Hunter returning as the scorned Pauline Hanson bride, and Ted Griffin’s debut as the ever out-of-touch Colin Barnett. The play has two acts with an intermission and refreshments in between. Tickets are $20. Cast and crew: Alyssia Jodie - CameraAndrew Hazar - MusicianAnina Coco Burns - Director, scriptwriter, and actorCaroline Kirk - ActorChris Clark - MusicianDamian Brennan - CateringEwan Buckley - Musician and actorFiona Bonds - ActorGinny Webb - MusicianJesse Williamson - ActorJessica Williams - ActorKohdi Lee - ActorLouise Hall - ActorMel Arc - Manager and actorNick Turner - MusicianPetrina Harley - ActorPhoebe Cork - MusicianRachel Armstrong - MusicianSarah George - Scriptwriter and actorSajni Gudka - AccountsShona Hunter - ActorTed Griffin - Actor Victor Hoisington - Actor
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.
Voicebox Monday 29 May @ Fremantle Fibonacci Centre, special guests Glen Phillips, Julie Watts & Ross Donlon + open mic, vegan menu by Roark & Co (byo welcome), doors open 6.30 pm for 7pm start. $10/$6 cash only, bring your VOICE!!
This broadway smash sizzles on stage when two marines are charged with the brutal murder of a young soldier. In this high stakes courtroom thriller, the young 'Harvard-mouth' lawyer in charge of their defence starts to look for the truth. Conspiracy murder, corruption and the US Code of Military "honour" -in a courtroom all lies and sins will be laid. Come and support your local Fremantle talent.
Adapted from the award winning book by Shaun Tan Follow Aki as he starts life amidst the extraordinary inhabitants of this new land. Will he find a place to live? Will he find a job and make friends? Most of all, will Aki ever see his family again? The absence of words not only makes this story perfect for puppetry but also emphasises the isolation experienced by many people arriving in a new place. The Arrival is a fusion of Tan’s beautiful and surreal illustrations with exquisite puppetry, haunting music and fine acting. This ground-breaking production blurs the boundaries of performance,…
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