On a raining Saturday morning in Perth, I stepped into the cinema in Leederville looking forward to watch the Australian movie Goldstone.
Goldstone is Ivan Sen’s latest Australian thriller, a spin off from his movie Mystery Road.
The movie revolves around the goings on in a mining town – behind the seemingly quiet life of a remote town in outback Australia, what you see is not necessarily what you get behind the scenes.
Anyone for a game of table tennis in Perth?
We’ve all at one stage or another played a game of ping pong in our garage, and competed with our family and friends. If you are interested to play table tennis in a social setting, then come and have a hit at the Perth Table Tennis Club.
The new Perth Table Tennis Club will open its door this Tuesday 14 June and all in Perth are welcome to come and enjoy a game or two of table tennis.
What does an atheist father do when his son announces to the family that he wants to be a priest?
That is the dilemma posed in the movie God Willing or “Se Dio Vuole”, where it was the number 1 smash hit comedy success of the 2015 Lavazza Italian Film Festival.
God Willing has hit the screens in Perth and is now showing at Cinema Paradiso in Northbridge and Luna SX in Fremantle.
The Winter Arts Festival is on again in Perth, and as part of the festival program, Black Swan State Theatre Company brings to life the all time classic Angels in America. So forget about staying home during our cold winter nights and head out for a great night's entertainment instead.
The play is set in New York City circa 1985, and follows the lives of two couples dealing with difficult times: gay lovers Louis Ironson and Prior Walter; and Mormon lawyer Joe Pitt and his wife Harper.
It has been a feast of community events in the past few months with many recent markets and street festivals held in the suburbs of Inglewood and Maylands.
This weekend on Sunday 15th May sees the “Festival in the Wood” take place in Inglewood between 10th Avenue and Dundas Street behind De Vine Cellars during the lovely season of autumn.
We can look forward to a celebration of all things that make Inglewood unique with the event featuring a range of foodie stalls, arts and craft, live music, wine tasting, roller skate demos and more.
Anyone for a free city walk?
“Meet local legends, discover lost lakes, find out about hidden stories, See your city from a different perspective.”
Another year has come and gone and Jane’s Walk is on this weekend in Perth.
Broadening its base from the fantastic walks that we had around Maylands last year led by Tina Askam a PhD candidate at Edith Cowan University, this year, Jane’s Walk in Perth brings to locals and visitors an excellent selection of free local walking tours from the 6th to 8th May.
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