Sunday Sundowners – Pioneer Park, Cowaramup Sunday Sundowners – Pioneer Park, Cowaramup
Sunday Sundowners - Pioneer Park, Cowaramup
Arts Margaret River is staging our 14th Sunday Sundowner Series in February this year. These FREE concerts are held every Sunday in February from 5pm – 7pm and feature 2 local bands each week. They are an annual series of free family concerts that are well loved and well attended. The Sundowne ...
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February Foyer Gallery Exhibition Opening February Foyer Gallery Exhibition Opening
February Foyer Gallery Exhibition Opening
GIVE THIS WORLD GOOD ENERGY by JAZELLE LAWRANCE You are invited to attend the opening of Jazelle Lawrance’s solo art exhibition ‘Give this World Good Energy‘ Saturday 6th February, 4 – 6pm Margaret River Cultural Centre Foyer Gallery 51 Wallcliffe Road Margaret River The exhi ...
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They Saw a Thylacine They Saw a Thylacine
They Saw a Thylacine
On an unseasonably cold September day in 1936, the world’s last known Tasmanian Tiger died in captivity at Hobart’s Beaumaris Zoo.  Out of the darkness, Sarah Hamilton and Justine Campbell conjure the ghost of one of our lost beauties – the thylacine. With the suspense and warmth of a campfire ...
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City of Perth’s Opera in the Park Similcast City of Perth’s Opera in the Park Similcast
City of Perth's Opera in the Park Similcast
GIANNI SCHICCHI BY PUCCINI  Gianni Schicchi features one of the world’s most popular arias, ‘O mio babbino caro’. The comedy takes place over one day, when a family’s greedy inheritance plans are disrupted. Cunning trickery is everything in this story; only the young lovers remain blissfully ignoran ...
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Cinema in February Cinema in February
Cinema in February
Adults $14, Arts Hub Members $12, Youth $8 (except for Special Event Screenings) Book tickets online or from the box office (Monday – Friday 10am – 4pm) or half an hour before screening. Online sales available until Friday 5pm, then tickets at the door. BUY TICKETS ...
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Special cinema event double feature
THE MORE THINGS CHANGE Gerry Lopez first surfed Uluwatu in 1974. The Hawaiian surfer had seen a photo of good friend, Wayne Lynch surfing the wave and followed the clues to Bali. When he eventually found it he paddled out alone. The ‘Island of the Gods’ was still a well-kept surfing secret and shrou ...
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They Saw a Thylacine

On an unseasonably cold September day in 1936, the world’s last known Tasmanian Tiger died in captivity at Hobart’s Beaumaris Zoo.  Out of the darkness, Sarah Hamilton and Justine Campbell conjure the ghost of one of our lost beauties – the thylacine. With the suspense and warmth of a campfire story, these feisty, funny women […]

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February Foyer Gallery Exhibition Opening

GIVE THIS WORLD GOOD ENERGY by JAZELLE LAWRANCE You are invited to attend the opening of Jazelle Lawrance’s solo art exhibition ‘Give this World Good Energy‘ Saturday 6th February, 4 – 6pm Margaret River Cultural Centre Foyer Gallery 51 Wallcliffe Road Margaret River The exhibition continues until the 24th February 2016.

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Sunday Sundowners – Pioneer Park, Cowaramup

Arts Margaret River is staging our 14th Sunday Sundowner Series in February this year. These FREE concerts are held every Sunday in February from 5pm – 7pm and feature 2 local bands each week. They are an annual series of free family concerts that are well loved and well attended. The Sundowners enable Arts Margaret […]

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Opera In The Park 2016

City of Perth’s Opera in the Park Similcast

GIANNI SCHICCHI BY PUCCINI  Gianni Schicchi features one of the world’s most popular arias, ‘O mio babbino caro’. The comedy takes place over one day, when a family’s greedy inheritance plans are disrupted. Cunning trickery is everything in this story; only the young lovers remain blissfully ignorant of the scheming around them. Puccini’s final completed opera is […]

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Cinema in February

Adults $14, Arts Hub Members $12, Youth $8 (except for Special Event Screenings) Book tickets online or from the box office (Monday – Friday 10am – 4pm) or half an hour before screening. Online sales available until Friday 5pm, then tickets at the door.

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Special cinema event double feature

THE MORE THINGS CHANGE Gerry Lopez first surfed Uluwatu in 1974. The Hawaiian surfer had seen a photo of good friend, Wayne Lynch surfing the wave and followed the clues to Bali. When he eventually found it he paddled out alone. The ‘Island of the Gods’ was still a well-kept surfing secret and shrouded in […]

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January 2016 poster

Cinema in January

Adults $14, Arts Hub Members $12, Youth $8 (except for Special Event Screenings) Book tickets online or from the box office (Monday – Friday 10am – 4pm) or half an hour before screening. Online sales available until Friday 5pm, then tickets at the door.

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January Foyer Gallery Exhibition

A JOURNEY THROUGH OUR SHIRE’S ART COLLECTION You are invited to view this interesting exhibition by both individual artists and artists with community collaboration. Exhibition Opening: Friday 15th January 4pm – 6pm Arts Margaret River Foyer Gallery The exhibition runs until the end of January (Monday – Friday 10am – 4pm)

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Special Cinema Event ~ Holding On Premiere

Holding On is the incredible true story of a group of friends from Cronulla, who through their reckless, no-holds-barred approach to living life and riding waves changed the sport of bodyboarding forever. A story of rebellion, Innovation & friendship, Holding On is the first ever feature length documentary made on Bodyboarding. With over 30 interviews […]

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Visual Stories Art Exhibition and Competition

The 2016 Visual Stories Art Competition and Exhibition will tie more closely with the theme and literary feel of the Margaret River Readers and Writers Festival than ever before with all art having to feature some aspect of books. Artists are required to integrate the Festival theme HOME into their artwork. What is Home, Is […]

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