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Eat No Evil is a catering business redefining event food. We believe food is so much more than a necessity. It's a way for us to connect with each other and to celebrate and we believe life is worth celebrating.Eat No Evil is committed to serving up incredible food, creating good vibes and making extraordinary experiences. Eat No Evil is Eating Amplified. We’ve created our own unique cuisine we like to call ‘Coastal Food’. Taking inspiration from South American and South East Asian food and using local and seasonal produce our food is super fresh, colourful and herbaceous. We know the recipe for a good party. Eat No Evil can provide all the elements to make a celebration spectacular. Our focus is on a whole sensory experience. From serving tacos at the beach, to private dinners, festival catering and wedding feast’s, we are super adaptable and love delivering a personal experience for our clients. 

2018 Lavazza Italian Film Festival Perth

With over 30 of the latest and greatest from Italy’s best filmmakers, there is no shortage of Italian passion, drama, romance and style for film lovers to enjoy! The 19th Lavazza Italian Film Festival comes to Luna SX, Fremantle 27 Sept - 17 Oct Strong dramas are aplenty with films from much-loved directors featuring famous faces straight from the international circuit. Actress and director Valeria Golino (Rain Man), returns with EUPHORIA, a riveting drama about two brothers forced back into each other’s lives, starring Riccardo Scamarcio (Dalida LIFF17) and Valerio Mastandrea (Perfect Strangers LIFF16 Opening Night). Acclaimed crime-drama BOYS CRY in which two boys who have always existed on the fringes of Rome’s underworld are suddenly pulled into it, is directed by the D’Innocenzo Brothers and co-stars Luca Zingaretti (LIFF guest 2016) as the mafia boss. THE GIRL IN THE FOG, based on the eponymous bestselling novel, is a gripping thriller set amid a close-knit mountain village which follows the enigmatic Detective Vogel (Toni Servillo, Let Yourself Go! LIFF17 Opening Night) as he investigates the sudden disappearance of a young girl. And a huge hit in Italy, singer Luciano Ligabue’s multi award-winning dramedy based on his album of the same name, MADE IN ITALY, stars Stefano Accorsi (Italian Race LIFF16) and Kasia Smutniak (Perfect Strangers LIFF16 Opening Night). Plus FERRANTE FEVER, a documentary about the mysterious author whose “Neapolitan Quartet” novels have attracted legions of fans worldwide. This in-depth investigation attempts to uncover not the mystery of Elena Ferrante’s identity, but what it is about her Neapolitan novels that have so captivated the world.  Italy is not only known for world-class drama and high-end filmmaking, but also for their love of outrageous comedies! This year we bring you the biggest hit comedies of the last 12 months including, MY BIG GAY ITALIAN WEDDING – based on the hit off-Broadway play, this is a chaotic, heart-warming trip to the altar as a young man travels to his conservative hometown to marry his fiancé. From the writer of Welcome to the North (LIFF12), PUT NONNA IN THE FREEZERstars Fabio De Luigi as the Tax Police’s most incorruptible officer whose world is upended when he falls for an unlikely scammer. Winner of Best Comedy at the Nastri d’Argento awards, LIKE A CAT ON A HIGHWAY sees two parents from different worlds suddenly united by a common cause: to stop their teenage children from dating one another! And LOVE & BULLETS, a 17-time international award-winner including Best Film at the Italian Academy Awards (David di Donatello), this hugely entertaining mafia musical follows a family of schemers whose latest plan is threatened by true love.  This year the Lavazza Italian Film Festival will celebrate the work of renowned and much lauded Turkish- Italian director and scriptwriter FERZAN ÖZPETEK with a special spotlight on his work including: the lush, Naples-set mystery NAPLES IN VEILS in which a medical examiner has a carnal affair with a man who later ends up at her examining table, starring Giovanna Mezzogiorno and Alessandro (I Was a Dreamer LIFF17); winner of Best Film at the 2003 Italian Academy Awards FACING WINDOWS in which Giovanna Mezzogiorno and Raoul Bova star in this tale of a woman stuck in a failing marriage and the Holocaust survivor she cares for; the 2001 Italian Golden Globe winner IGNORANT FAIRIES which follows a woman who befriends her husband’s lover after she finds out about his affair (starring Margherita Buy and Stefano Accorsi); and LOOSE CANNONS, one of Ferzan Özpetek’s most awarded films, Riccardo Scamarcio stars in this amiable comedy about a son’s journey home to southern Italy, to finally come out to his family.  The Lavazza Italian Film Festival presented by Palace Cinemas and Luna Palace Cinemas comes to Perth from Sept 27 to Oct 17 at Cinema Paradiso and Luna on SX.  Tickets are on sale now.  Facebook #ItalianFF  For more information visit: www.italianfilmfestival.com.au 

$2 Small Coffee Lunch Deal

$2 coffee with the purchase of any toastie from our menu (vegan options available)  Offer is available all day Monday - Saturday. Not a coffee drinker? Alternate drinks also available including: hot choc, chai, tea, water or soft drink can.  P.s. We're always busy creating new menu items, including toasties, stay up to date with our latest via our socials! 

Eleven Sons

A performative installation comprising eleven of Dale HIckey's discarded paintings based on Kafka's unpublished manuscripts provide the set and context in which the happening takes place. Recited by eleven males of various ages, backgrounds and ethnic provenance during the rising of the full moon, de Clario occupies a central position and embodies the father figure. Transporting the audience to an unknown place, Eleven Sons will shed unforgiving light on Kafka's work. De Clario presented his first iteration of Eleven Sons at the Muranushi Lederman Gallery in New York in september 1991 and consisted of eleven transparent large plastic rubbish bags filled with abandoned objects found in the streets around the gallery’s location. EXHIBITION12-26 October 2018Tue-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat & Sun 10am-2pm PERFORMANCEWednesday 24 October, 6.10pm-7.50pm (rising of full moon)RSVP Essential ELEVEN SONSDomenico de Clario

Female only boxing sessions

Learn the fundamentals of boxing, in a fun and supportive environment. All ability and body types welcomed. All gear provided. All you need is clothes you can move in, a towel and a water bottle.  FREMANTLE PCYC  34 Paget St, Hilton  Wednesday  Ages: 10 - 15 4:30 - 5:30pm Ages: 16 - 24 5:30 - 7:00  

French Explorers in WA

You are invited to view two exquisite exhibitions that celebrate Western Australia’s French connections. The Art of Science: Baudin's Voyagers 1800-1804 For the first time since they were completed over 200 years ago this exhibition brings original paintings and drawings from the Museum of Natural History in Le Havre, France to Australia. Baudin’s ships, Géographe and Naturaliste embarked from Le Havre in October 1800 carrying an impressive group of scientists. Lavishly funded by Napoléon Bonaparte, their agenda was the discovery and study of natural sciences, underpinned by the emergence of new ideas and philosophies of reason. Never seen before in Australia, items include Baudin’s chronometer, beautiful coastal profiles, hand drawn maps, and Baudin’s personal journal from France’s National Archives. Paintings and drawings by Baudin’s artists were created on the shores and off the coasts of Australia capturing some of the first European views of Australian animals, landscapes and very first portraits of Aboriginal people. Return to Australia: Freycinet 1818 Discover the science and stories behind this amazing journey as we commemorate the 200th anniversary of Freycinet’s expedition to Western Australia in the Uranie. As Commander of a scientific expedition taking him across the world, Louis de Freycinet arrived in Shark Bay on 12 September 1818.  Other than his official obligations, he had a secret motive — to retrieve the historically significant pewter plate erected there in 1697 by Dutch mariner Willem de Vlamingh. With her husband Louis’ assistance,  Rose de Freycinet smuggled herself aboard the expedition and became the second woman to circumnavigate the globe, and the first to write a full account of her journey. Her diary survives today and presents a unique and genuine perspective about this long and eventful expedition. Entry to French Explorers in Western Australia is free. Museum entry fees apply.

Ikuntji Artists

Ikuntji paintings are highly recognizable for their broad planes of bold colour, often incorporating traditional motifs and figures. The experimentation and innovation for which the painting from Ikuntji is known has been received enthusiastically by collectors and galleries alike. The combination of rich cultural heritage and highly developed sense of artistic freedom has produced work that stands strongly in the context of international contemporary painting.

Insider Art Spring 2018

Insider Art: Spring 2018 showcases the creative achievements of incarcerated prisoners from across Western Australia.  The collection of new works exhibited represents a diverse array of traditional and contemporary approaches to art making. Pieces exhibited include those from traditional Aboriginal artists with 50,000 years of culture to draw upon; those created by prisoners engaged in tertiary courses in contemporary art practice; and everything in between. Across Western Australia participation in creative processes and formal art classes play an important role in rehabilitation, personal development and complement existing educational programs. Moreover for many of the Aboriginal artists featured painting provides a way to connect with family, culture and country by drawing upon a long history of shared visual languages. Participation in the creative process offers prisoners more than simple education and recreation.  The production of artworks can be an important component in their rehabilitation as it allows them space for creativity and personal development.  This can help prisoners to re-frame their identity in positive ways. An ongoing initiative between the Department of Justice and Fremantle Prison ensures that entry to this exhibition is free and that many of the works will be available for purchase with proceeds going back to the artists and the exhibition program.

Painting on Country Utopia Artists

A mesmerising exhibition of fine dot work by artists from Utopia. The artists have asserted their artistic and cultural credentials since the 1980s when the elaborate stories and ceremonies of Alyawarr and Anmatyerre language groups were first painted on canvas. The use of finely dotted designs and detailed stories have bought Utopia artists into prominence in the Aboriginal art world. The shimmering and expansive paintings that are made of fine dots, reflect the desert homelands and the stories that give deep meaning to all elements of the land and its resources  

Pub Choir

Well it’s time for YOU to perform at Clancy’s! Join our conductors Jim Fisher and Natalie Gillespie as they unite a pub full of punters in a joyful bar room chorus. Warm up with some fun classics and then work up a number with our conductors to perform at the end of the session and we shall film it for prosperity. Come and join the PUB CHOIR. 3rd Wednesday of every month. Gold coin donation.

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