What’s on in Perth this weekend

What’s on in Perth this weekend

What’s on in Perth this weekend

Perth has many activities lined up for people to enjoy during the summer when people love being outdoors.

Bunbury Festival 2019 see below

Ode to Joy

Under the direction of Samuel Parry, the WA Charity Orchestra and Choir will join with a handful of remarkable guest artist voices to make this event an unforgettable experience. It will be held on 2nd February from 7.00 pm to 9.10 pm at the Perth Concert Hall.

Jeromaia Detto: Canapes and Cocktails

Clown. improviser. educator. waiter. Sydney funnyman, Jeromaia Detto (Celebrity Theatresports), unleashes his debut solo show this Fringe, showcasing a degustation of delightful disguises. The show will be held on 2nd, 3rd, 9th and 10th at 4 pm at Lazy Susan’s Comedy Den.

Fringe Buddies

Enjoy some music by Highly Strung on 2nd February from 11.00 am-12. 00 pm at the Bunbury Senior Citizens.

Bunbury Fringe Festival 2019

In the grand tradition of Fringe festivals all over the world, we’re bringing a selection of cutting edge, diverse, eclectic shows from all over Australia to you. It will be held from 1st to 9th February at the Fringe Hub.

What my Mother told me

 Hear hilarious stories on the perils of puberty, your right to rebel, and the blooms of what you thought was your first love from four very different characters. It will be held from 31st January to 3rd February at the Deluxe. It is a comical cabaret-style show that celebrates the tears, the triumphs and the love of our mothers through song and true stories.


No matter who we are or where we come from, this voyage from puberty to adulting will bring you back in touch with that motherly advice we were all given, but most likely ignored and rebelled against.

You’ll laugh, cry and feel uncomfortably sorry for them as they play out, recount and celebrate all the best intentions of their mothers.

What’s on in Fremantle February 2019