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​ Author: Melissa Warland The Tilt Program will have an exciting twist this December, as it looks back and recognises the last decade of the program. Tilt – A Retrospective 2008-2018 will celebrate the past decade of art, alongside the incredible artists that have been involved in the program, which is traditionally invite only. The […]
The weather forecast is looking great this weekend, so get the whole family out of the house and head to these exciting community based events. FOMO Freo Colour Sunday Nov 18, Fremantle Oval Featuring live local music, a kid’s zone with face painting and games, food trucks and giveaways, this festival will keep the kids […]
Who doesn’t enjoy a fun night of laughter? November is the month for comedy, with many award-winning Australian and International comedians bringing their hilarious stand-up, improv and satire-filled shows to WA.
The vibrancy, quality and variety of WA's thriving visual art scene is more evident than ever in this program of upcoming state-wide art exhibitions, talks and events.
Check out 40+ artists, specially designed play-spaces and a fantastic array of hands-on workshops at Animaze’s month of non-stop family fun. As the first art exhibition designed specifically for kids at Fremantle Arts Centre; there’s certainly no shortage of entertainment for the young ones as a world of prints, paintings, sculptures, crochet, robotics and critters await!
This Friday the 9th to Sunday the 11th of November, check out a dynamic range of festivals across the city featuring a range of multicultural, food, music and architectural events.
TEDx launches in Perth this Saturday Nov 3rd to celebrate WA’s innovators and thinkers, with an awe-inspiring line-up of speakers taking centre stage at one of the largest TEDx events in Australia, after TEDxSydney. Join hosts Gavin Buckley, Anthony Hasluck and Andy Farrant to exercise your mind with a day of short films, performances, talks and Q&A’s.
This November, the Perth foreshore will be decorated with vibrant colours, rhythms and flavours for the Act-Belong-Commit Swan Festival of Lights. Inviting the community of Perth to 'Celebrate Deepavali Together', this free-entry 3-day festival will be held at the Supreme Court Gardens from Friday 9th to Sunday 11th November.
Now in its 6th year, the Perth International Jazz Festival is set to make its anticipated return at a handful of venues from Friday the 9th to Sunday the 11th of November. With over 60 performances, workshops and open rehearsals on offer, take advantage of our handy guide of featured events to experience an eclectic range of enthralling jazz events.
A bit slow out of the gate with this year's Melbourne Cup plans? Take advantage of our featured guide of Cup-day events that will be sure to provide the glitz, glamour and atmosphere of the race that stops the nation.
This year the Great Southern Bloom Festival is in full swing and has a bustling programme of events, workshops, exhibitions and more, running until October 21. If you’re unsure of what to see or do here is a hand-picked guide by Bloom’s Festival Coordinator so that you can make the most of Spring down South. […]
In their final pairing of the year CONVERSATION 4: Girls Just Want to Have Fun, Black Swan State Theatre Company explores the roles and representations of women across a century through In The Next Room, Or The Vibrator Play, a hysterical parlour drama, and Xenides, a convival musical. About the shows In The Next Room, […]
PICA is renowned for presenting works of controversy, innovation and intrigue from artists all over the world, evident in its exciting upcoming spring/summer lineup.
​ The WBBL Perth Scorchers will be aiming to go one better than last season and take out the title in WBBL|04. With matches at the famous WACA Ground and Lilac Hill, be sure to see your Perth Scorchers in action as they look to go one further than last season and claim the title. […]
​ Your Perth Scorchers will be back in action this summer looking to make the Finals series for the eighth straight season and add to their three previous BBL titles. With a move to Optus Stadium this season for all matches, the opportunity to view quality cricket at world-class venue is not to be missed. […]
​ Author: Nadya Pramono Established in 1885, the WACA is WA cricket’s governing body. It coordinates the development of games throughout WA’s metro, rural and regional areas. WA Cricket Foundation The foundation is in support of WACA’s vision to develop all levels of cricket in WA and ensuring longevity and success for the WACA ground. […]
​​ It’s time to dig out that Darth Vader costume and experience Star Wars like never before. This Friday & Saturday, the iconic film will be showing on the giant screen with John Williams’ Oscar-winning score played live by WA Symphony Orchestra. More than 90 musicians will be performing with big brass sections, lots of […]
Thanks to photographers Denis Glennon & Tony Hewitt, we are giving all Scoop subscribers the chance to WIN the Girt By Sea photography book; a stunning collection of 100 aerial images of Australia’s coastline that will be presented at the exhibition. Check out the Scoop Club page for more information.
Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts showcase the best of Australian and international visual, performance and interdisciplinary art. Experience Amalia Pica’s ‘Please Open Hurry’, and Khaled Sabsabi’s ‘A Self Portrait’ in the final days of their exhibition period as part of the Communication Series at PICA.
From classical repertoire to seasonal family-favourites, there's something for everyone in WACO's exciting end of year lineup! Plus, use Scoop's exclusive discount code to experience spine-tingling a capella covers of pop favourites by WACO's Nharmonic choir in Singing Through Life.
AWESOME Festival have released a limited amount of discounted tickets for a range of amazing AWESOME Festival experiences and events. Book now to avoid missing out!

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