With a star-studded line-up, including famous names like Kylie Minogue, Bryan Adams, and the recently announced Hot Chili Peppers, there will be music for everyone no matter what state you live in!
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!
The Show Days included a full scheduled sixteen-hour show. The night will have music, sideshow alley, delicious food, and impressive exhibits, on trend market stalls, animals and great showbags, as well as the famous fireworks on Friday night. Enjoy the amazing ZAP Circus, have fun at Sideshow Alley and enjoy the roving entertainment!
The Digital Writers’ Festival of 2018 is underway and people are getting in the swing of things! Colosoul chatted with Artistic Director Izzy Roberts-Orr and digital artist Hien Pham to showcase what an amazing event this truly is!
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!
Development of a feature film about Strickland is under way – but it will be more than just a sporting ‘biopic.’ That’s because extensive research undertaken by Strickland’s son Matthew de la Hunty has revealed a web of intrigue which goes way beyond her athletic career.
On Saturday October 6, Vinnies, Red Cross Shops, Salvos Stores and DoSomething launched the first national ‘Big Spring Clean’ clothing drive. Organisers encouraged people to take good-quality unwanted clothing down to their local op shop on the day.
Popular cast members of the Emmy nominated comedy show Whose Line Is It Anyway? Colin Mochrie, Brad Sherwood and Greg Proops are coming to Perth for their new show Whose Live Anyway? an evening of extraordinary improvisational comedy.
Act-Belong-Commit Zig Zag Festival Community Arts Festival is set to return to Kalamunda on Sunday October 28. The festival is new and improved, and bigger and better than before!