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An Evening With John Butler (SOLD OUT)

“It’s been a wacky ol' year for all of us in so many ways and to be able to go out and play music for the community AND myself feels like a bit of good healing.” – John Butler

  • Dates:Jun 20
  • Time(s):7.30pm
  • Venue:Perth Concert Hall

Details

  • Hosted By:Perth Concert Hall
  • Ticket Price:From $69.00
  • Music:Indie & Alternative
  • Event Venue:Perth Concert Hall

Description

As the people of Australia embrace the long-awaited return of live music, the country’s highest selling independent artist of all time, John Butler, announces a national tour of intimate live concerts. In this brand new show, John will perform songs from his vast catalogue, which spans almost a quarter of a century, as well as share stories from the road and his heart. Presented by Butler Brown Touring Trust With Special Guest Mama Kin

German Film Festival

The German film festival returns in 2021 with a feast of great & interesting films, including favourites and new talent.

  • Dates:Jun 3 - 20
  • Venue:Various Cinemas
  • Time(s):Various

Details

  • Hosted By:Palace Cinemas and Luna Palace Cinemas
  • Other:Film Festivals
  • Event Venue:Luna Leederville,Luna On SX

Description

Presented by Palace in associated with Luna Palace, the German Film Festival will screen the best new films from Germany showcasing Festival favourites, works of auteurs and the best new talent. This year's programme, presented in association with German Films, will screen from 3 - 20 June at the following Perth venues: Luna Leederville Luna on SX Palace Raine Square German Film Festival Spokesperson Bettina Kinski said, "We're truly excited to return to screens with the latest in German Cinema, something we sadly missed in 2020. The Festival will be a great opportunity for people interested in German language films and culture to reunite and reconnect - and we look forward to welcoming them." At the Centrepiece of the Festival programme is FABIAN: GOING TO THE DOGS (Fabian oder Der Gang vor die Hunde). Straight from its world premiere at the 2021 Berlinale, Dominik Graf's adaptation of Erich Kästner's iconic 1930's Berlin set novel, sees a dashing idealist played by Tom Schilling find love amidst the twilight hedonism of pre-Nazi Germany.

MINYMA WIRU TJUTA - All The Lovely Ladies

A celebration of the art and stories of three generations of women living in the remote community of Kalka in the Tompkinson Ranges of South and Western Australia.

  • Dates:Jun 16-20 & 23-27
  • Time(s):10am - 4pm
  • Venue:Earlywork

Details

  • Hosted By:Artitja Fine Art Gallery
  • Type:Aboriginal Art & Events,Free
  • Art Exhibitions:Aboriginal,Painting
  • Other:Arts & Crafts
  • Ticket Price:Free

Description

The artists chose the title MINYMA WIRU TJUTA All The Lovely Ladies for this exhibition which is more than simply a celebration of their art and stories; it is also a recognition of the joy and companionship that coming together to paint brings whilst being in the same space and telling stories of family, country and everyday life through their paintings. The internationally exhibited Pitjantjatjara and Ngaanyatjarra artists from the Ninuku Studio have developed a diversity of styles in which their traditional stories of country are told. The art centre is a wholly Aboriginal owned art centre founded in 2006.

Konstantin Shamray with ANAM Orchestra & Sophie Rowell

The beauty and emotional intensity of Russian music lies at the heart of this deeply moving program, brought to life by pianist Konstantin Shamray and the ANAM Orchestra led by Sophie Rowell.

  • Dates:Jun 30
  • Time(s):7.30pm
  • Venue:Perth Concert Hall

Details

  • Hosted By:Musica Viva
  • Music:Classical
  • Produced By:Musica Viva
  • Event Venue:Perth Concert Hall

Description

As a 15-year-old student nearing the end of his first year at the Vienna Conservatory, Gustav Mahler composed one movement of a piano quartet, a work that always gives the impression that something bigger is struggling to emerge. Following Mahler’s own tradition of enlarging certain chamber pieces, this program includes an orchestration of the quartet, made by the outstanding violinist Harry Ward: an ANAM alumnus and a Musica Viva FutureMaker.

Alfred Schnittke was keenly aware of his Soviet/German musical heritage, even as he stomped on it in heavy boots. Yet his piano concerto is a touching affirmation of his artistic roots, and his affection for Tchaikovsky makes the two Russians good bedfellows, the elder’s Serenade here prefaced by Estonian composer Mihkel Kerem’s Lamento, a work of searing beauty.

ANAM’s ensemble of wonderful young string players is directed with equal verve by the terrific Sophie Rowell, one of Australia’s most admired instrumentalists. They are joined onstage by Adelaide’s brilliant, Russian-trained Konstantin Shamray.

Four Stars – Sydney Morning Herald
The audience rewarded their performance with several curtain calls, accentuated by the kind of whooping one might expect at a rock concert. City News
Four and ½ Stars…. the future of Australia’s classical music is in safe hands ….a finely judged and memorable performance of Tchaikovsky’s crowd-pleaser, Serenade for Strings in C major, to put the seal on a concert from the top shelf. - Limelight

Revelation Film Festival

A large range of independent feature films, documentaries, short films, and experimental works, regarded as one of the best independent film festivals in Australia.

  • Dates:Jul 1 - 11
  • Venue:Various Locations

Details

  • Hosted By:Revelation
  • Festivals:Revelation Film Festival,XR:WA,All Festivals
  • Other:Film Festivals

Description

The event includes over 200 international films presented at cinemas and bars across Perth and Fremantle. Combined with our moving image art collaborations at the Fremantle Arts Centre and our XR:WA games and VR expo, Revelation attracts around 22,000 patrons and 50 national and international guests over 13 days. Revelation also includes a unique Academic component (introduced in 2012), industry discussion sessions, live performances, masterclasses, visual art exhibitions and other hybrid activity generated by the event or independent curators. Revelation always welcomes independently curated or initiated programs and ideas and actively embraces creative professional development and mentoring opportunities.

Maritime Festival Albany

The Albany Maritime Festival is a celebration of Albany’s maritime history spanning over two weeks, featuring events and programs across various locations in and around Albany.

  • Dates:July 5 - 16
  • Venue:Albany

Details

  • Hosted By:City of Albany
  • Type:For Kids,Community
  • Festivals:All Festivals

Description

Building upon the International Folk 'N' Shanty Festival, the surrounding events invite you to delve deeper into Albany's unique maritime history and experience everything our coastal city has to offer.

With pop-up music performances, cultural experiences and events that involve the whole community, this festival is one you cannot miss.

Maali Festival

Set over two incredible days of NAIDOC Week, curators Ian Michael (Wilman Nyoongar) and Chloe Ogilvie (Yamatji Nhanda) bring us a festival reclaiming the State Theatre Centre in Maali.

  • Dates:Jul 9 - 10
  • Venue:State Theatre Centre of WA

Details

  • Hosted By:Black Swan Theatre Company of WA
  • Ticket Price:Free
  • Type:Free,Aboriginal Art & Events
  • Music:Other Music
  • Performing Arts:Dance
  • Event Venue:State Theatre Centre of WA
  • Produced By:Black Swan State Theatre Company

Description

In an act of celebration, community and gathering this multi-disciplinary arts festival will acknowledge and celebrate the incredible breadth and diversity of the world’s oldest living cultures. From traditional dance to a return of the groundbreaking play Bindjareb Pinjarra, with musical acts including electronic duo Electric Fields, Maali is both a connection to a place before, and a look towards the future. Kaya NAIDOC Week is coming and we’re throwing a party. Actually - a festival! Free for all! The whole street is invited. This includes you. Tell the city, tell the state, tell the country. It’s time to listen. It’s time to acknowledge. It’s time to dance. It’s time.

Darkfield's COMA

COMA, the third installation of the highly acclaimed multi-sensory series, DARKFIELD, invites participants to slip into a collective dream state.

  • Dates:May 20 - June 20, every night except Monday
  • Time(s):Every half-hour from 6:15pm until 8:45pm
  • Venue:Perth Cultural Centre

Details

  • Hosted By:Realscape Productions
  • Performing Arts:Theatre

Description

COMA is set in a 40ft sea-container, each wall lined with bunk beds. Audience members lie down in a bed, each becoming separated from their counterparts. Alone in the darkness, the multi-sensory elements engulf each participant, suggestive of the show’s own namesake. Imagine the moment of waking up is actually the moment when your dream begins. In light of this new and strange reality, how can we save you from the unspeakable horrors which lurk in the dark recesses of your mind? The only cure we offer is a placebo and a promise. Please remember when you leave, to take your body with you. The setting is clinical and reminiscent of a hospital ward, and despite being created prior to COVID-19, it becomes more relevant and confronting now that the pandemic is ever-present. As with all Darkfield experiences, a strange world is built from 360 degree binaural sound that perplexes the senses, deepening the immersion by casting doubt on what is real and what is imagined. Loss of vision heightens the remaining senses, making them vulnerable to manipulation.

Darkfield's FLIGHT

Using Darkfield’s signature 360 degree sound and absolute darkness, FLIGHT jolts participants between this world and alternates.

  • Dates:May 20 - June 20, every night except Monday
  • Time(s):Every half-hour from 6pm until 9pm
  • Venue:Perth Cultural Centre

Details

  • Hosted By:Realscape Productions
  • Performing Arts:Theatre

Description

FLIGHT explores the many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics and how this conveniently tells us how to avoid the worst case scenarios that we all fear. Ladies and gentlemen, we’d like to direct your attention to the on-board safety demonstration and ask that you give us your full attention. There are many worlds in which this plane lands safely.

Gin Getaway - 2 night stay - Hidden deTours

Our 3 day Gin Getaway whisks you away to the South West visiting Collie, Margaret River, Wilyabrup, Eagle Bay and Bunbury for gin, gin and more gin!

  • Dates:Jun 18 - 20, Jul 23 - 25
  • Venue:Multiple Tour Locations

Details

  • Hosted By:Hidden deTours
  • Ticket Price:GINvestment - Adult (double/twin share) = $880 per person (min. booking of 2) Single traveller (own room) = $1100 per person
  • Type:Adults Only
  • Food & Drink:Spirits,Wine
  • Other:Travel

Description

Gin is so on trend and so delicious, with award winning gin distilleries popping up all over the country. You will be in good spirits as we garnish the tour with tasty distillery lunches and visits to amazing foodie producers for honey, olive oil, cheese and chocolate tastings too! We love to celebrate all that is great about gin by showcasing the South West`s best gin distilleries. They are all masters of their craft and are creating incredible award winning gin and other spirits.

Gin High Tea

GINdulge in an afternoon of Gin at The Garden's 'Gin High Tea' event series!

  • Dates:Jun 19, Jul 17, Aug 14, Sep 11, Oct 9
  • Time(s):2.00pm - 4.00pm
  • Venue:The Garden

Details

  • Hosted By:The Garden
  • Ticket Price:$80
  • Food & Drink:Spirits

Description

Join us for an afternoon of roaming high tea canapès paired with 6 gin and tonic cocktails Drinks Summer Granita Gordon Sicilian Lemon, grapefruit bitters, lemon Old Tom and Tonic Haymans Old Tom, Fever-Tree elderflower tonic, cucumber, mint Sunset Blush 78 Degrees Sunset, Fever-Tree aromatic tonic, strawberry, mint Summer Haze Scapegrace Black, Fever-Tree aromatic tonic, pineapple, thyme Western Seas West Winds Sabre, Fever-Tree mediterranean tonic, orange, rosemary The Floradora Tanqueray Seville, Fever-Tree ginger beer, lime, raspberry mint Assorted high tea canapés served throughout the event

Karma Resorts Rottnest Classic & Challenge Trophies

  • info@rottnestgolf.org

This weekend program of golf will include the Rottnest Express Perpetual Trophy competition on Friday and the Karma Resorts Rottnest Classic & Challenge Trophies on Saturday and Sunday inclusive.

  • Dates:Jun 18 - 20
  • Time(s):7am
  • Venue:Karma Rottnest Golf Club

Details

  • Hosted By:Karma Rottnest Golf Club
  • Sports:Golf,Local Comp

Description

This is a fantastic opportunity to enjoy a round of golf and discover one of Rottnest Island’s best kept secrets. Entry to the competitions close on Sunday 30 May or when the course maximum is reached. Please note, this event is now at capacity. To join the wait list for entries, please email info@rottnestgolf.org.

Markets by the Bay

  • jbaymarkets@outlook.com
  • 9652 1931

Head down to the Markets by the Bay and start your Saturday morning the right way - fresh coffee, ice-cream, local produce, arts, crafts and more.

  • Dates:Jun 19, Jul 10, Aug 21, Sep 18
  • Time(s):8am - 12pm
  • Venue:Jurien Bay Hall Carpark

Details

  • Hosted By:Markets by the Bay
  • Type:Community,For Charity / Fundraising
  • Other:Arts & Crafts,Markets
  • Food & Drink:Food Market Events

Description

Markets by the Bay has something for everyone - local produce, fresh coffee, jams, chutneys, sewing, 2nd hand items, massage, arts, crafts and more. Markets by the Bay are a charitable market raising funds towards new medical equipment for Jurien Bay. If you are interested in holding a stall, give Joyce call - 9652 1931.

Mojo's Winter Solstice Weekend

Feed your soul on the darkest weekend of the year with our Chefs Menu showcasing the very best winter produce our state has to offer.

  • Dates:Jun 18 - 20
  • Time(s):6:00pm to 10:00pm
  • Venue:Mojo's Kitchen, Bar & Bottleshop

Details

  • Hosted By:Mojo's Kitchen, Bar & Bottleshop
  • Food & Drink:Food Event

Description

Our a la carte menu has been enhanced with a solstice twist, all designed to enjoy with deep red wines, dark beers and more as you dine by candlelight. Don't miss this special weekend to feast with your friends and make this dark weekend bright. Bookings essential for dinner Friday 18, Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 June.

One Act at a Time

What do a funeral, dinner party and an out of-control lie have in common?

  • Dates:June 10-26
  • Time(s):8pm June 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 25 & 26; 2pm June 19
  • Venue:Limelight Theatre

Details

  • Hosted By:Limelight Theatre
  • Ticket Price:$23, $20 concession, $17 children
  • Performing Arts:Theatre

Description

They’re the subject of three short one-act plays – Homemade Sausage Rolls, The Two of Us or Chinamen and Oh, What A Tangled Web – being presented under the banner of “One Act at a Time” at Limelight Theatre. Written and directed by Julie Clark, Homemade Sausage Rolls features five siblings discussing who was their mother’s favourite on the day of her funeral. The Two of Us or Chinamen, written by Michael Frayn and directed by Barry Lefort, focuses on a couple organising a dinner party – and something going awry before the guests arrive. Oh, What A Tangled Web is a comedy by John R. Carroll and directed by Matt Bell that follows a lie which grows and grow until 15-year-old Jan is caught out.

Perth International Cabaret Festival

Perth International Cabaret Festival (PICF) is Western Australia's first dedicated cabaret festival and honours the great tradition of storytelling intertwined with music, discussion and interactions.

  • Dates:Jun 19-27
  • Venue:His Majesty's Theatre

Details

  • Hosted By:Perth International Cabaret Festival
  • Ticket Price:$30 - $79.95
  • Type:Adults Only
  • Festivals:All Festivals
  • Music:Jazz,Music Festival,R&B
  • Performing Arts:Cabaret,Comedy,Theatre
  • Event Venue:His Majesty's Theatre

Description

Perth International Cabaret Festival (PICF) is Western Australia's first dedicated cabaret festival and honours the great tradition of storytelling, and more particularly, storytelling intertwined with music, discussion and interactions. Cabaret is a melting pot of evolving forms of performance that can’t be pinned down to any one discipline. A good cabaret show isn’t just titillating, it’s transgressive; upending everyday ideas about art and bodies, politics and sex, it’s provocative as well as pleasing. Cabaret loves you but sometimes it likes to see you squirm! As the inaugural cabaret festival, His Majesty’s Theatre will provide the perfect backdrop for an unforgettable program of events. And with a line-up that includes artists as Meow Meow, Lior, Gina Williams and Guy Ghouse, Michael Griffiths, Steven Oliver, Perth Cabaret Collective, Carlotta, Fiona Choi and John O'Hara just to name a few, audiences are assured of a week of delectable cabaret experiences. From a Noongar singing workshop to several meet the artist talks, there is also a number of free events available to attend. Cabaret is intimate, immediate and breaks all the rules. And it’s more important than ever before!

Railed at The Rechabite

GIDDY UP! Railed by the incredible Head First Acrobats is about to ride into town!

  • Dates:June 2 - 20
  • Time(s):7pm
  • Venue:The Rechabite

Details

  • Hosted By:The Rechabite
  • Ticket Price:31.92 - 53.75
  • Type:Adults Only
  • Performing Arts:Circus,Comedy

Description

A western themed circus spectacular, combining the trademark physical talents, finely chiselled bodies and hilarious comic timing of the Head First Acrobats. Prepare for a racy, heart stopping display of the finest acrobatics by the most ridiculous storytellers in the circus, first fights and bare chests! Leave your expectations at home and step over to the wrong side of the tracks, let the boys of Head First steal your hearts and derail your night. 5 Stars - Glam Adelaide ‘Keep the kids at home and spice up your night with a ballsy bevy of beefcake.’ 4 Stars - Fest magazine ‘The sheer eroticism expressed by these boys is astounding.’ ‘Railed is upbeat and wholly unironic, lampooning queer culture with silent one-liners spread across a quadrant formed by four men zinged high up in acrobatic manoeuvres.’ – SeeSaw Mag

Showing at The Rechabite June 2 - 20 | Wed - Sun | 7pm

CONTENT WARNING: Strobe lighting, Adult themes, Sexual references

Si Mullumby & Ben Catley FREO SUNDAY SESH

Another high vibe, feel-good Sunday Sesh in Freo...

  • Dates:Jun 20
  • Time(s):6:30pm to 9:30pm
  • Venue:Clancy's Fremantle

Details

  • Hosted By:Si Mullumby & Ben Catley
  • Ticket Price:$22 (+ booking fee)
  • Music:Blues,Gig Guide,Rock

Description

After sold out shows together around WA recently, two of Australia’s most high energy solo acts bring another uplifting Sunday session back to Clancy’s Fremantle. With body-shaking didge, huge percussion, incredible guitar playing and much more, Si Mullumby & Ben Catley create a unique dance-focussed energy that is good for the soul. (Plus DJ sets). SI MULLUMBY: Widely regarded as one of the world's best didgeridoo/yidaki players, Si Mullumby's path has spanned many continents, created new styles of playing and has cut plenty of new ground with Australia's iconic instrument. Well-renowned as a member of the band Wild Marmalade, Si now brings a wildly energetic solo show to the stage. Packed with percussion, didge, guitar and flute, his huge live show effortlessly gets everyone on their feet and smiling from ear to ear. BEN CATLEY: Ben Catley's mesmerising guitar playing, huge vocals and uplifting stage presence have seen his live shows become renowned for their energy and craft. Performing at festivals amongst huge names all around Australia, New Zealand, UK and further across the world, he captivates crowds like few other solo acts. His recent releases even feature Wim Hof and Ash Grunwald.

Slowly Slowly

Melbourne rock favourite Slowly Slowly are kicking off 2021 with their third album 'Race Car Blues' and hitting the road for their biggest tour yet.

  • Dates:Jun 20
  • Time(s):8.00pm
  • Venue:Freo.Social

Details

  • Hosted By:Freo.Social
  • Ticket Price:$40.00
  • Music:Gig Guide,Rock,Pop
  • Event Venue:Freo.Social

Description

After a watershed year in 2019, Melbourne rock favourites Slowly Slowly are kicking off 2021 with the announcement of their third album Race Car Blues. The follow up to their critically-acclaimed 2018 effort St. Leonards, The album captures a formative period for Slowly Slowly frontman Ben Stewart. Where St. Leonards found him reflecting on his entire life – harking back to painful moments and trying to rectify them – this album traverses through a crucial 18 months of self assessment and development. Describing soaring album closer 'Race Car Blues' in more depth, Stewart explains that the song was something of a "hard chat" with himself. The track and accompanying music video capture Stewart grappling with the incongruence between where he was at as a person and artist and where he wanted to be.

Step Up for MSWA

The Step Up for MSWA stair challenge is back! Are you up for scaling the 1,103 steps of Central Park in Perth - and making a difference for people living with neurological conditions in WA?

  • Dates:June 20
  • Venue:Central Park

Details

  • Hosted By:MSWA
  • Ticket Price:https://stepupformswa.org.au/
  • Type:Community,For Charity / Fundraising
  • Sports:Running,Participation Sports,Endurance

Description

Step up to the challenge in 2021! Step Up into a brand new year and challenge yourself to get active with us in 2021. Join hundreds of climbers of all ages for WA's unique stair-climbing event, as you Step up for MSWA on Sunday, 20 June. Choose the climb that's right for you, and put your body on the line, all while making a difference for the thousands of Western Australians living with neurological conditions. And with four climb options to choose from, there's something for everyone! One Up - 1,103 Steps Double Up - 2,206 steps Multi Climb - you tell us! Mini Climb - 477 steps

Subiaco Street Relics

Some of the LEGO minifigs from the exhibition RELICS: Bricks of the New World have escaped The Goods Shed in Claremont, and are looking for new land!

  • Dates:May 24 - Jun 20

Details

  • Hosted By:City of Subiaco
  • Ticket Price:Free
  • Type:Community,For Kids
  • Art Exhibitions:Other Visual Arts

Description

They’ve been spotted throughout Subiaco and it’s up to you to find them. Use the clues on the map to discover the bricks of their newest worlds, and be sure to follow the trail all the way to Scribblers Festival’s Family Weekend at Subiaco Arts Centre on 29-30 May!

Swan River Ramblers at Jazz Fremantle

Combining a wealth of performance experience, with instrumental virtuosity and a keen sense of spontaneity the Swan River Ramblers deliver a great afternoon of trad. jazz, swing, bebop and more.

  • Dates:Jun 20
  • Time(s):3-6pm
  • Venue:The Navy Club, Fremantle

Details

  • Hosted By:Jazz Fremantle
  • Ticket Price:$20 members, $25 non-members
  • Music:Jazz

Description

Led by bass player Pete Jeavons, the Swan River Ramblers (SRR) was formed in 2017 and, true to their name, the group performs mainly in a roving quartet format aboard the Paddle Steamer Decoy as it cruises the Swan River during WA’s warmer months. After a successful performance at Jazz Fremantle in December last year the SRR will once again take to the Jazz Fremantle stage on Sunday June 20th, featuring new recruit Daniel Susnjar (drums) alongside regular ramblers Adam Hall (trumpet/vocals), Adrian Galante (clarinet), Ray Walker (guitar/banjo) and of course Pete Jeavons (double bass). The band performs music from a wide spectrum of styles, drawing repertoire from jazz & swing standards, trad jazz classics, bebop, blues, New Orleans style music, gypsy jazz and more. Combining a wealth of performance experience, with instrumental virtuosity and a keen sense of spontaneity the Swan River Ramblers will deliver a great afternoon of musical entertainment that is guaranteed to please.

The Midnight Gang

Twelve year old Tom unexpectedly finds himself lonely and lost in the children’s ward of St Crook's Hospital, away from his family and at the mercy of evil Matron.

  • Dates:Jun 18-20
  • Time(s):Fri- 6pm: Sat &Sun- 10am, 12pm &3pm
  • Venue:State Theatre Centre of WA

Details

  • Hosted By:Perth Theatre Trust
  • Ticket Price:$39
  • Type:For Kids
  • Performing Arts:Theatre
  • Event Venue:State Theatre Centre of WA

Description

Tom feels like he’ll never leave, but his fellow young patients have other ideas. They might be stuck in hospital, but their imaginations can take them anywhere as The Midnight Gang. Each night when the clock strikes midnight, The Midnight Gang go on a series of amazing journeys as they turn the hospital into the places they’ve always wanted to go and make dreams come true. The team behind The 13-, 26-, 52-, 78- and 91-Storey Treehouses, Mr Stink and Billionaire Boy bring David Walliams’ bestselling book to life on stage in a celebration of friendship, love and the power of the imagination for children 6+ and their families. This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

Truffle Dinner at Wild Swan

Indulge in five truffle-inspired courses, with or without paired wines at the Truffle Dinner at Wild Swan.

  • Dates:Jun 18 & Jul 9, 30
  • Time(s):7.00pm
  • Venue:Mandoon Estate

Details

  • Hosted By:Mandoon Estate
  • Ticket Price:From $115.00
  • Food & Drink:Food Event

Description

MENU Mushrooms on toast, lions mane, parmesan (V)(GFO) Shallot tarte tatin, sheep's curd, parsley (V) Rabbit and black truffle tortellini, broth Futari wagyu, artichoke, Brussels sprouts (GF) Poached pear, vanilla, zabaglione (GF)

WA Lapidary Club: Annual Exhibition of Members' Work

Perth’s biggest and best Gemstone and Mineral Exhibition is on again this June

  • Dates:Jun 19-20 & 26-27
  • Time(s):10am-4pm Saturdays & 11am-4pm Sundays
  • Venue:WA Lapidary Clubrooms

Details

  • Hosted By:WA Lapidary Club
  • Type:Community
  • Art Exhibitions:Other Visual Arts
  • Other:Markets

Description

Don’t miss this amazing sale of rocks, minerals, gemstones, crystals, unique handmade jewellery, glassware and beaded jewellery. Daily demonstrations of Lapidary stone cutting, jewellery making and members display cases showing all aspects of the club. There is an extensive mineral collection all with QWR codes for detailled information. All the kids activities, a lucky dip, sandpit fossicking, chocolate wheel, agate cutting and beading for kids.