July 2019 in Perth & Western Australia

July 2019 School Holidays in Western Australia

July 2019 Events in Perth & Western Australia

Posted 2 weeks ago by groover

TERRY Pratchett fans rejoice – The Truth is out there. Adapted by Stephen Briggs from the popular Discworld novel, the stage production is coming to the Roxy Lane Theatre, presented by ARENAarts and directed by...

Posted 3 weeks ago by Interactive Theatre International

ALL the innuendo, misunderstandings, mistaken identity and farce of the popular TV comedy series Are You Being Served? are being brought to stage in all their original glory at Stirling Theatre. Directed by Andrew Watson,...

Posted 4 weeks ago by groover

A SPINE-tingling thriller about a family’s secret will soon be exposed at Melville Theatre, exploring the thin line between fantasy, reality and madness. Written by Ira Levin (best known for his best-selling horror novel Rosemary’s...

Posted 1 month ago by groover

THE game is afoot! Sherlock Holmes is coming to Limelight Theatre. Directed by theatre president Shelley McGinn, An Evening with Sherlock Holmes is a collection of three separate – yet intertwined – stories spanning 40...

Posted 1 month ago by ANZAC

We have heard a lot about how the diggers went off to war in 1914-1918, but what about their return? The Friends of ANZAC Cottage’s talks at 1:45pm and 2:45pm on Sunday, July 7 will...

Posted 1 month ago by groover

PHOTOGRAPHY, music and theatre come together this July to highlight stories rarely seen, shedding light on a destructive and demoralising way of life. Presented by Life on Hold Productions at the Victoria Park Centre for...

Posted 1 month ago by BCL Editor

12 to 21 July 2019 Over 10 wintry evenings, immerse yourself in a raft of contemporary music, theatre, visual arts, film and live performance created by some of Fremantle’s most prized local acts and a...

Posted 1 month ago by groover

CONSIDER yourself at home with the award-winning Broadway musical Oliver! at the Koorliny Arts Centre, ideal for audiences of all ages. Presented by Laughing Horse Productions and directed by Adam Salathiel, the show is based...

Posted 1 month ago by groover

TAKE a trip back in time to Rydell High and get ready for some summer loving and greased lightning this July. The Art in Motion Theatre Company is presenting the ever-popular musical Grease at the...

Posted 1 month ago by groover

ELVES may be cute and fun but nobody said they were good – a fact highlighted in Roleystone Theatre’s production of Terry Pratchett’s Lords and Ladies, adapted by Irana Brown from the popular Discworld novel....

Posted 1 month ago by JMSPR

“Fly, Dog, Fly! I will be your missing eye, and you will be my wings.” After a terrible bushfire an injured Magpie and Dog form an unexpected friendship, sharing a deep bond, until into their...

Posted 1 month ago by BCL Editor

NAIDOC Week is held in the first full week of July. It is a time to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, culture and achievements and is an opportunity to recognise the contributions that...

Posted 2 months ago by BCL Editor

28 July (Sunday) 2019 is National Tree Day, a community tree planting event organised by Planet Ark. To get involved or find your nearest site, check the website. Friday 26 July 2019 is Schools Tree...

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