Inspired by the true story of a group of Cornish lifeboat workers and friends who in their spare time were members of a local folk singing group called the Fisherman’s Friends. Based in a small Cornish village Port Isaac, the group became an unexpected hit with their album of authentic sea shanties which reached the top ten in the music […]
I don’t know if it’s because I’m English and I’m biased, but I really do think that the British Film Industry is amongst the best in the world; so I am looking forward to this year’s British Film Festival which opens on 30th October at Palace Cinemas in Perth and Fremantle and runs until 24th November. This year’s Festival has […]
Yee-ha! The spirit of the pioneering days has landed in Hillarys Boat Harbour with the arrival of the Old Wild West restaurant. Strangely enough, the Old Wild West chain is not direct from the USA but comes from Italy. Old Wild West has more than 50 restaurants throughout Europe. Choosing to site their first Australian venture in Perth is quite […]
Topolinis Caffe in Warwick Grove Shopping Centre is the best kind of local restaurant – there is good food, good staff, it’s very accessible and it’s not too expensive. The restaurant is at the back of the shopping centre in the Grand Cinema entertainment complex and the ladies in our senior group enjoyed an after cinema meal mid-week. Since you […]
Two West Australian women are passionate about their own small business and equally as keen on helping other small businesses do well while still being able to spend time with their families. Michelle and Lisa started the Ladies Night Market in 2014, debuting in Currambine and it has evolved into the very successful MiLi Markets, showcasing handcrafts, cards and jewellery […]
The Camfield, found in the shadow of Optus Stadium, is Australia’s biggest pub. It’s a popular (and busy) place to visit for a pre game drink. It’s also a very pleasant place for a quiet lunch on a non-event day. The immense pub has many different areas to sit. Find a table on the wrap around verandas which have views […]
Mid Century Cafe is a uniquely themed cafe and shop with great coffee, cake, hearty breakfast and delicious light lunches amid retro and vintage wares from the 1950s, 60s and 70s. It is just like Grandmas house!. Experience the lifestyle of a different era. I took my family here for breakfast Sunday morning. My Mum was reminiscing over the beautiful, […]
Claisebrook Cove has been around for about 20 years, though until now we had never visited the hidden East Perth spot. Once an industrial area with gasworks, old scrapyards, warehouses, and railway yards, it was transformed in the 1990s. The pretty riverside area is a hub of bustling cafes, restaurants and The Royal pub. The inlet is perfect for a […]
Learn new things and have fun with gadgets, virtual reality goggles, Nintendo Labo, Sphero and more. Morning tea provided. Registrations are essential. For more information please contact the library on 9528 8577 or [email protected]
Container – the box that changed the world. Discover how the humble shipping container has revolutionised the way we live! This free outdoor exhibition will lift the lid on the history and impact of containerisation—visitors can literally ‘step inside the box’ to learn about shipping, ports, cargo, the impact of containerisation on the ocean, the origins of everyday objects and […]
When: Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 10am – 11.30am A fun social group engaged in stimulating activities including cards and board games, puzzles and bingo. Along with keeping the mind active it is an opportunity to meet new people. Morning tea included.
The City, in partnership with Alzheimer's WA and Rockingham and Districts Alzheimers Inc., facilitates a monthly Memory Café for people living with dementia, and their carers. Join in for a friendly cuppa and a chat to share experiences and memories and make new friends. The Memory Café takes place on the third Monday of each month from 10am-12pm at the Clipper Café. […]
Charity Chums at Knowledge Centre Knit, crochet or do patchwork for various charities. Help those less fortunate and meet new people with similar interests. Patterns for different skill levels will be provided. Please bring your own needles, wool and fabric. Sessions run on the first and third Mondays of each month, 10am - noon.
Samson Recreation Centre, Samson Hatha Yoga is the gentle practice of physical postures, breathing and meditation with the goal of bringing about a sound, healthy body and a clear, peaceful mind. All levels welcome. Every Mon, 14 Oct–16 Dec | 10–11am $12.40 per session Bookings required, register your attendance
One of the greatest theatres in history is about to pop up in Perth! Pop-up Globe, the world’s first full-scale temporary working replica of Shakespeare’s theatre, the second Globe, is finally coming to Perth. After performing to 550,000 people in just two and half years, Pop-up Globe will pop up at Crown Perth from 9 October 2019 (for 6 weeks […]
Samson Recreation Centre, Samson Join this all-inclusive badminton class, get fit and connect with new people. Every Mon and Wed | 12.30–2.30pm $7.30 per session Bookings required, register your attendance Samson
When: Mondays, 1.00pm to 3.00pm Enjoy the benefits of physical exercise in a fun, social setting. Table tennis provides an opportunity to meet new people while improving overall fitness, strength, agility and improve hand to eye coordination.
If you’re a craft enthusiast or just starting out, the community craft group at Kenwick Library is the place to get stuck into your latest craft project, socialise with other people and be inspired. The twice-monthly meetings are a great way to dedicate time to your crafting while you chat and enjoy a cuppa. Participants must supply their own materials […]