Northbridge hole-in-the-wall café Flora and Fauna has shown us how to do vegan and vegetarian foods well. Their breakfasts and lunches are so filling and their sweets so decadent that there are no feelings of missing out – just how it should be.
To the delight of many, Flora and Fauna have announced an autumn high tea series, featuring solely vegan treats Read more
Francophiles and cinema lovers rejoice as the 2017 Alliance Française French Film Festival returns to Cinema Paradiso, Luna on SX and Windsor Cinema from 15 March to 5 April. Read more
One of the highlights from this year’s Fringe World program for me is without a doubt Djuki Mala. Previously known as the Chooky Dancers, Djuki Mala combine traditional Yolngu and contemporary pop culture, dance and storytelling. Their Fringe show tells the genesis of Djuki Mala, with dance and performance interspersed with video.
We caught up with Djuki Mala Executive Producer/Artistic Director Joshua Bond Read more
Are you trying to decide how to see in the new year? Today we are talking about a few places around town that are having super fun parties. Where will you choose? Read more
Hosting Christmas lunch or dinner is not for everyone. While some people relish in having the family over for a feast, for others it causes way more stress that it should. If thats you, why not take the pressure off and eat out this Christmas? Here are some fine local establishments that would love to host you on 25 December. Read more
Two of Western Australia’s most talented artists – photographer Jarrad Seng and visual artist Amok Island – have come together in a collaborative exhibition, Parallels, showing at PS Art Space from 9-22 December. The show features aerial photographs of Rottnest Island’s coastline by Jarrad alongside paintings by Amok Island (moniker of Xander Rood) of the same landscapes. Read more
The contemporary music section of the Perth International Arts Festival program always offers a mix of high profile acts with many that you’ve never heard of. The job of the programmer each year is to bring a diverse range of quality acts to the Perth stage, and the 2017 Festival with Clara Iaccarino in the role is no exception. We caught up with Clara to talk about what she has in store for us next year, and to find out about her life built between two continents. Read more
Outdoor cinemas are synonymous with summer in Perth; we just love watching films under the stars on a balmy evening. Here are our favourite spots to catch a flick, along with highlights from their 2016-2017 programs. Read more
Open House Perth is an annual event that opens up some of Perth’s most interesting and iconic buildings to the public. It takes place this weekend, 12-13 November, and it is free to attend. Read more
The Perth International Arts Festival will take over town from 10 February to 5 March 2017, and we are beyond excited by the events that have been announced! We have come to expect a strong dance program from PIAF Artistic Director Wendy Martin, and her second program lives up to expectations. But that’s not all – from a large scale opening event to an intimate theatre marathon, PIAF 2017 promises 24 days of quality arts immersion. Read more