An event for the whole family, the creative space of Elizabeth Quay will be transformed into a festival of fun for kids aged from 2-12 (With some stuff thrown in there for the adults.)
Have some interesting or entertaining stories about the City of Vincent? Enjoy creating films and documentaries? Then look no further, this event is for you!
There’s a lot going on down in Fremantle! Over the next few months, the Fremantle Arts Centre will be lit up with events, ranging from interactive art exhibitions for kids, to concerts and markets. So, if you’re after an artistic and engaging day out, look no further!
No, you’re not reading wrong. It’s a play about vibrators. The Black Swan Theatre Company are putting on a fresh and new production of Sarah Ruhl’s masterful play about pleasure and the power of electricity and women, and more importantly, the invention of the vibrator.
YMCA HQ is determined to bring together new and passionate young Hip Hop artists with their latest project. On Saturday October 6th, the Drug Aware YMCA HQ Leadership Group will hold IMPACT, the latest project to include culturally diverse in the culture of Hip Hop in Perth.
Have some political opinions you want heard? This contest is for you! If you’ve turned on a television in the past month, you’ll know our political climate is a little up-and-down at the moment. But imagine if you could make your voice heard on the big stage. Parliament House, to be exact.
The 19th Lavazza Italian Film Festival is just a few weeks away and a special opening-night screening of Loro has been announced at Cinema Paradiso in Northbridge and Luna SX in Fremantle!
Calling all kids! Kmart Australia has put out a call for some mini-toy testers this weekend in Melbourne! Kids, this could be your chance to get a look at the new and upcoming range of toys!
Domestic abuse can exist as a silent killer no longer. Abuse within homes affects men, women and children all over the world, and the taboo surrounding it needs to be removed.
Home means very different things to different people. If you asked me, home means comfortable living with both my parents and my brother under a roof with four walls. Others might say it’s living in a little apartment in the city, or out on a farm in the Wheatbelt. But there are some, more than we may like to think, that think of home as…nothing. If they’re lucky, they might have an overpass to shield themselves from the weather. But some don’t even have that.