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SALTBUSH
Saltbush is an exquisite interactive journey through the culture and landscape of Aboriginal Australia Tuesday 25 July 7pm & Wednesday 26 July 9.45am, 11.20am & 1.30pm Celebrated through live dance, music, song and stories. An ensemble of Aboriginal artists collaborated with Insite Arts and ...
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Cinema in July Cinema in July
Cinema in July
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 4pm, then tickets at the door. BUY TICKETS ...
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The Art, The Vineyards, The History Exhibition The Art, The Vineyards, The History Exhibition
The Art, The Vineyards, The History Exhibition
Celebrating 50 years of the connections the arts have with the wine industry. Exhibition opening: Saturday 1st July 5pm-7pm The exhibition continues until Friday 28th July 2017 (open Monday to Friday 10am-4pm) ...
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MEET THE AWARD-WINNING AUTHOR OF MARCHING POWDER – RUSTY YOUNG MEET THE AWARD-WINNING AUTHOR OF MARCHING POWDER – RUSTY YOUNG
MEET THE AWARD-WINNING AUTHOR OF MARCHING POWDER - RUSTY YOUNG
Wednesday 9 August, 6.30pm Blending fact and fiction, Young’s second book Colombiano takes us on a heart-thumping journey into the violent and unpredictable world of post-Escobar Colombia. For seven years Rusty Young lived and worked in Colombia, interviewing special forces soldiers, snipers, ...
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A Saxophone Journey A Saxophone Journey
A Saxophone Journey
Serge Le Goueff Saturday 12 August 8pm A Saxophone Journey is a Jazz Musical Theatre show that takes you on a musical trip through the ages. Sprinkled with comedy, songs, and stories, it keeps its audience captivated and laughing all along. From Bach to Glen Miller, Charlie Parker to Bruce Springste ...
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Roman Rudnytsky Concert Piano Recital Roman Rudnytsky Concert Piano Recital
Roman Rudnytsky Concert Piano Recital
Sunday 13 August 2pm Roman Rudnytsky is an American concert pianist of Ukrainian background whose performances take him all over the world. A graduate of the famous Juilliard School in New York, he has played in about 100 countries. Born in New York into a family of professional musicians, Roman stu ...
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Cirque Africa

100% African, 100% fun – The Greatest show from Africa Wednesday 7 June 7pm An African cultural experience, Cirque Africa is a vibrant and highly entertaining blockbuster production featuring a world-renowned African troupe consisting of 25 performing artists from 6 African countries. Acrobats, dancers, percussionist, musicians and contortionists perform a 100 minute awe-inspiring show. Highlighted […]

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WA YOUTH JAZZ ORCHESTRA

Ella, Dizzy & Buddy Big Band Tribute to the legends of jazz TUESDAY 6 JUNE 7PM In 1917 three giants of jazz entered the world. Ella Fitzgerald, Dizzy Gillespie & Bernard “Buddy” Rich. 100 years later, WAYJO will revisit the classics that made these visionaries beloved by jazz fans around the world while leaving an indelible mark […]

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Visual Stories Art Competition & Exhibition

ENTRY CLOSING DATE EXTENDED TO FRIDAY 5TH MAY! Each year, the Visual Stories Art Competition and Exhibition forms an exciting part of the Margaret River Readers & Writers Festival with works displayed before and throughout the event, adding a unique perspective on the festival theme for all to enjoy & contemplate. The theme of the […]

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Margaret River Readers & Writers Festival

The Margaret River Readers & Writers Festival is a three-day storytelling spectacular featuring author talks, interviews, discussions, book signings and workshops with established and emerging storytellers from WA, interstate and overseas. This year’s event features Michael Palin, Kerry O’Brien, Clementine Ford, Bruce Pascoe, Robert Drewe, Stephanie Alexander, Abdi Aden, Anna Gare, David Hunt, Jane Caro, […]

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THE ONE by Jeffrey Jay Fowler

Saturday 3 June 8pm A SAVAGE FEVER DREAM There’s a happy couple. They’ve been together a few years. They do things couples do: walk together, talk together, meander through IKEA and do crosswords on Sunday mornings. One day he realises she’s The One, so he gets down on one knee (as is tradition) and proposes. […]

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Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow

Buckle up Australia! The Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow is back on the bus, hitting the road to home deliver the freshest and funniest from Australia’s largest comedy festival! Featuring an all-killer, no-filler cast of Australian stars, talented newcomers and international performers, we’ve got all your comedy bases covered. Get on board, grab your mates […]

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Cinema in May

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 4pm, then tickets at the door.

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Shirley Valentine

Shirley Valentine by Willy Russell

Thursday 11th May 7pm Mrs Joe Bradshaw is a 42-year-old Liverpool mother and housewife. Inside Mrs Joe Bradshaw is the former Shirley Valentine longing to emerge. Her self-esteem battered by school, marriage and life in general, she finds herself talking to the wall while her husband is out working. She feels that her life is […]

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ARCHE – Melbourne Ballet Company

Archè is an original ballet based on the classic Swan Lake and explores much of the original narrative and embraces some of the famous classical repertoire. Saturday 29 April 8pm Melbourne Ballet Company Director  Simon Hoy has structured this work around his unique choreographic style and has developed a score including music by Tchaikovsky, Einaudi, Morricone, and […]

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