Treats for Your Thursday

Published on February 4, 2016
Categories - Blog, Read About, Treats for your Thursday

1. Gillian Cosgriff Ticket Giveaway!

2010 WAAPA Music Theatre graduate (and one of our faves), Gillian Cosgriff, is back in Perth for another season of Fringe World. This time she’s bringing her new show, The Moon and Back to both Noodle Palace and Midlandia for its world premiere!

Gillian devises and performs musical comedy shows, and this one is about the future. To the Moon and Back opened last night and is showing until 13 February at Noodle Palace, and from 18-20 February at Midlandia. Book tickets to see Gillian’s new show over here!

And if you’d like to try to win a double pass to the performance on Thursday 11 February at 9:10pm in Northbridge, all you need to do is email giveaways@weloveperth.net.au with To the Moon and Back in the subject line and your name and number in the body of the email by 5pm Friday 5 February. We will notify the winner via email.

Gillian Cosgriff To the Moon and Back

2. Writing Prize Up for Grabs

Submissions for the 2016 City of Fremantle T.A.G. Hungerford Award are open! Western Australia’s longest running and most prestigious award for an unpublished manuscript offers a cash prize of $12,000 from the City of Fremantle and a publishing contract with Fremantle Press.

The City of Fremantle T.A.G. Hungerford Award is a biennial award that celebrates literary merit and originality, and is given for a full-length manuscript of fiction or creative non-fiction by a Western Australian author previously unpublished in book form. Past recipients of the award are Brenda Walker, Gail Jones, Natasha Lester, Jacqueline Wright, Robert Edeson, Nathan Hobby, Bruce Russell, Christopher Murray, Donna Mazza, Simone Lazaroo and Alice Nelson.

Entry forms and full terms and conditions are available from fremantlepress.com.au/submissions/hungerford. Entries close on Friday 18 March 2016.

3. Free Yoga Class at Scarborough Beach

This weekend you can enjoy a free yoga class at Scarborough Fringe venue the Sunset Verandah. It is free to attend and no bookings are required, just bring along a water bottle and a yoga mat or towel.

It’s happening this Saturday 6 February from 8-9am at the Sunset Verandah, on Scarborough Beach.

Summerset Arts Festival 2016

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