Your Ultimate Guide to What's On in Perth   scoop.com.au   #278   28/11/2018   View Online   Send to Friend
 Your Week in WA 
Garden parties, folk festivities and bayside boogying. Say goodbye to the colder weather and hello to balmy summer celebrations.
8pm Fri 30 Nov & 2pm Sat 1 Dec, Perth Concert Hall
 
All remaining tickets to WASO’s mesmerizing collaboration with Circus Oz this weekend are just $40!
A spectacular fusion of classical concert and circus that sparks a playful dialogue between art forms, and consistently entertains.” - The Age, Melbourne

Dec 8, Churchlands Concert Hall


Celebrate the magic of the season with uplifting music performed by WA Charity Orchestra and NHarmonic Chorale. Get into the Christmas spirit next Saturday evening with songs by Pentatonix and the King’s Singers amongst other festive favourites.

Dec 1 - Feb 24,
Museum of the Great Southern


Get an insight into the rich and complex experiences of the migrants and refugees who have settled here, in this fascinating exhibition that examines the diversity of Australian immigrants and the government’s ambitious plans after World War II to encourage mass migration.

Jan 29 – Feb 7, Rigby’s Bar

Missed out on Faulty Towers The Dining Experience recently? Don't worry! Basil, Sybil and Manuel are back in 2019 to serve a 3-course meal along with plenty of laughs and audience participation, in this 5-star immersive show. It’s the perfect Christmas present for comedy and theatre fans, use the discount code below to get $5 off until Xmas eve.
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Pack a picnic and gather your loved ones for a cinematic night out under the stars
Dec 1 – Mar 31, May Drive Parkland, Kings Park & Botanic Garden
Australia’s biggest outdoor cinema, Moonlight Cinema, returns to Perth's stunning inner city parkland this weekend. Catch the summer’s biggest blockbusters, new releases, advanced screenings and cult classic films under a starlit cinema screen.
Combining their classical roots with Neapolitan songs and their own blend of Italian pop, the Italian Tenors entertain audiences with flair and virtuosity. Together with their live band, the evening promises to be an incredible musical montage of vocal passion and entertainment excellence.
3 days of crafty retail heaven
Nov 28 - Dec 1, Fremantle Arts Centre
Featuring 50 of WA’s most talented designers and makers, Bazaar opens this Friday evening. Get down early, grab some dinner and a drink and get the first pick of this year’s amazing stalls while you browse under the stars. The market continues all day Saturday and Sunday, 9am–5pm.
Celebrate a decade of talented local artists
Nov 30 - Dec 2, Heathcote Museum & Gallery
The Tilt program is part of the annual exhibition schedule that has been developed to support local art practice. Join Heathcote gallery on their opening night event showcasing a milestone display of work from Tilt artists that have exhibited over the past 10 years.
Go retro with Revolution by Decibel
Dec 3, Subiaco Arts Centre
Revolution is a concert dedicated to the vinyl record as a sound source, musical instrument and score. Curated by Cat Hope and performed by leading WA new music ensemble Decibel, the 70-minute performance features three world premieres as well as established works.
3 comedy gigs you don't want to miss this week!
Coming Up
WA Maritime Museum         Dec 6
FAC                            Dec 14 - 15
Langley Park                       Dec 8
Fremantle Arts Centre       Dec 16
Optus Stadium                   Dec 26
Perth Concert Hall          Dec 7 - 8
Badlands Bar                      Dec 9
Victoria Park                        Dec 9
Holmes à Court Gallery       Dec 7
Kings Park                         Dec 15
UWA Somerville  Dec 24, 26 – 30
Connections Nightclub   Dec 7 - 8
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