In our lunch break we popped into PSAS for the brilliant SpaceFolding SoundPlastic exhibition, part of this year’s Totally Huge New Music Festival. Walking through a labyrinth of light and sound you wonder – Are they connected? What do they mean? The exhibition has been evolving over the past weeks, including two performances which involved volunteers and the artist being wrapped in plastic. Read more →
The CBD is cracking this weekend. So much to see and do plus this year there’s great outdoor licensed areas where you can have a tipple. High Street and South Terrace have been closed to traffic and opened up to fun things.
Free movie screenings! What’s not to love about that!
This time… How to Train Your Dragon 2 and it’s on tomorrow night at 7:30pm. It’s the second in the season of family friendly movies brought to you by the City this Summer. Next time… Rio 2. Read more →
We’ve been to Spare Parts quite a few times now and enjoyed every show. Every performance is so unique and so much effort is put into each production. Their latest show runs until the 31st of January so there’s plenty of time to catch the performance.
Dancing with meerkats, penguins or elephants! These were only things Jamie could dream of – that is until The Night Zoo came to visit!
Spare Parts Puppet Theatre’s production of The Night Zoo is the perfect summer holidays entertainment full of music, dancing and laughter. It features a stunning puppet cast of life-size animal characters, including Elephant, Giraffe, Penguin, Cranes, Thorny Devils, and the hilarious dancing Meerkats brought to life by performers Ben Mortley and Sarah Nelson through puppetry, dance, animation, masks – and a light sprinkling of manure!
Be reminded of the joy that animals bring to our lives as Jamie goes on a wild night-time adventure with the inhabitants of The Night Zoo. The summer season runs from January 5 to 31 with two shows daily at 10am and 1pm, Monday to Saturday (no shows Sundays or Public Holidays). There are also two special Friday evening performances n January 16 & 30 at 6.30pm. At 45 minutes and suitable for ages three and above, The Night Zoo is a joyful summer experience for all family to share.
The City are running a photography competition and there’s still a few more days to enter before the January 12th deadline.
Want to display your photography in a public exhibition with the chance to win some amazing prizes? We want you to show us what a sustainable Fremantle community looks like by entering a photograph, which embodies at least one of these 10 One Planet Sustainability Principles:
- Health and happiness
- Equity and local economy
- Culture and Community
- Land use and wildlife
- Local and sustainable food
- Sustainable materials
- Sustainable transport
- Sustainable water
- Zero waste
- Zero carbon
We were sent this movie clip that was filmed in and around Fremantle, in miniature. There is something about it that is very Freo. Nice work Anita and Nico!
Did you go to the markets on Saturday? If you didn’t you might be the only one as it seemed like the whole of Fremantle decided to have dinner at Bathers Beach that evening. We met up with a group of friends and bumped in to a load more over the course of the evening. We had some bruschetta (delicious, try it), pad thai, gozleme, hot dogs little mini fluffy pancake things and paletas for dessert. The wind was blowing hard so it got pretty cold when the sun dropped… need to remember it’s not quite Summer just yet a jacket would have been a good idea.
It’s that time of year, the Summer is almost here so it’s time for the Sunset Markets, HURRAY. Want to see what’s kind of stuff is going on? Check out last year.
Mayor Brad and some City of Fremantle Councillors will be turning on the cliff lights at 7pm just as the sun goes down.
The giant moustache has sprouted on the hotel for the month of Movember. The staff with be on a mission to raise over $5,000 in their first year of supporting the men’s health movement. Go team Esplanade.