Paw Patrol rolled into Perth on the WA Day long weekend, bringing all 6 pups, as well as new addition Tracker, plus all their human friends. As the flocks of excited families flooded into the theatre at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre there was an electric feeling of anticipation. Read more
Perth foodies are getting into grazing in a big way. From Pinterest to Instagram, sumptuous grazing tables have been ‘grazing’ our screens for a while now, and newcomer to the scene Wattle & Crumb has a uniquely stylish, distinctively Australian take on this delicious trend. We caught up with owner Kasia Dudney to find out more about what it’s like to be in the business of feeding people.
On Saturday 26 May, weave your way through the Art Gallery of WA (AGWA) to discover a place where the worlds of art, fashion and music collide to create ART BALL, a high-end spectacle that was voted by The West Australian as one of the Top Ten Events of 2016 and 2017.
Kira caught up with ART BALL performer Ofa Fotu // aka Odette Mercy // to talk about The Brass Cartel, the Perth creative scene and what’s next for Odette Mercy and her Soul Atomics!
Soundsations is an Australian business run by Aimee Hankinson, a mum and early childhood teacher passionate about supporting parents to create play experiences for their children to connect them to nature, their world and themselves.
As busy parents, it can be tricky to source high-quality experiences for our children and still find time in the day to connect with them. Aimee makes this easy by curating products that are designed to be used by a range of ages that can help to bring families together in a meaningful way.
There is no doubt that Summer of the Seventeenth Doll is an Australian theatrical classic. Though at age 97, Ray Lawler claims this masterpiece could still do with some tweaks, for today’s audiences the themes of complex relationships, life changes and Aussie mateship are as spot on today as they were when Lawler himself played Roo back in 1955. Read more
Perth is a hotbed of creative activity in all forms. The members of Inklings Writers’ Workshop, based in Armadale, have found inspiration in their bushland home to compile ‘Elements of Change’, an anthology of works that will be launched this weekend as part of the Armadale Arts Festival. Read more
Running from 9-13 May 2018, Scribblers is a brand new literature and arts festival for young people presented by FORM and the Town of Claremont. Starting with a three day schools program for ages 6-17 from Wednesday to Friday, the festival kicks into overdrive this Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 May with a weekend of fun for children aged 0-13 and their families as well as an evening session for young adults and even a grown-ups’ event too. Read more
Ever dreamt of going to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry? Fantasy meets reality this June as Christchurch Anglican Church in Claremont is transformed into a space reminiscent of the Great Hall for ‘Wizards’ Fantastic Feast’, an immersive dining and theatre experience complete with special effects.
Stacey Pine is an exercise physiologist with a background in Pilates who understands that people with children want to be able to get stronger and fitter but don’t have a lot of free time. Her fitness business Progressive Motion perfectly suits the lifestyle of busy parents and people on-the-go.