The Fringe Festival finishes up this week. Guest contributor Harry Frochter has reviewed his favourite show of the season. Get along and catch some Fringe before it is a distant memory once more.
Flamenco, tapas, sangria, art! Opening on the 24th and continuing on the 25th of November, is a new show all about Spanish dance and an immersive Spanish experience. Read on for more info and to book tickets.
From comedy to drama there is something for everyone on the Perth theatre scene. The theatre is the perfect place to relax and escape our busy lives, while still giving your brain a workout, so why not see a show this season?
In September this year I attended a large conference on The Gold Coast called Pro Blogger- all about writers and bloggers and all that goes along with that. Read on for my blog post about the event
The next local business we are profiling is called ‘Creative Moves WA’ which is a Perth based organisation that delivers creative dance programs in schools. One of their new programs uses dance to revolutionise how our students learn maths!
Ember Candles, in Guildford, are now offering Candle making workshops and we attended one recently. It was fun, informative and we got to take home 2 gorgeous candles plus a lot of information and tips and tricks. Read on for more information.
Our friends can be some of the most important relationships in our lives, they are the family we choose. Guest contributor Alex Williams shares some ideas for how to make time for your friendships in a world where everyone is busy and life is hectic.
On Wednesday night the 15th of June 2016, Perth held a vigil to honour the people who were shot in Orlando over the weekend. Our photo album below captures the beauty of the community in light of the senseless tragedy of this heartbreaking event.
Self drive holidays are becoming more popular as people hit the road in search of adventure and the freedom of a tailor made trip. What better place to explore than our beautiful coastlines. Our country is girt by sea after all! Guest contributor David Milsont shares his top 10 tips for a safe and happy adventure.
We live in a beautiful city in a wonderful state in a fabulous country. We are so lucky to live here and we know it! As we reflect on WA today and all that it means, we have put together a gallery of some of our best shots to showcase our city and state. Enjoy
From artist markets to food stalls to farmers with fresh produce for sale, there are new markets popping up all the time in our city and state. Markets are great because they allow creative types and local vendors to display and sell their work without needing a shopfront. Why not support local and get down to a market this season.
Many of us turn to coffee when we are needing a pick me up or to help wake up in the morning but a change to green tea could do us the world of good. Guest Contributor Emma Lawson shares her thoughts and findings here about the benefits of green tea.
Mother’s Day is right around the corner and a gorgeous natural candle from a local and passionate producer is the perfect gift. Spoil your mum this Mother’s Day at Ember Candles.
Our latest entry in our Creative Notebook is from talented writer Catriona McKeown. “It’s all in the getting up” is a beautiful tale about love, ageing and a surprise visitor. I suggest you make yourself a cup of tea, or pour a glass of wine, and get comfy for a few minutes with these characters.
Our featured Photos from our Photo A Week comp from January- Loads of great pictures and creative ideas here- check them out!
Sculptures By The Sea is on again at beautiful Cottesloe Beach. Featuring local, interstate and international artists the exhibition gets bigger each year with over 70 pieces on display for 2016. The exhibition runs until the 20th of March. Our ocean makes the perfect gallery, check out our photo album here:
The Comedy Festival is here again. Between the 22nd of April and the 15th of May be prepared for a month of laughter. There are many world class and hilarious comedians coming to our fair city, check out our favourites here and get booking!
At the PIAF Perth Writers Festival last weekend I participated in a fiction writing workshop led by the author Catherine Lacey. One of our assignments was to wander around the beautiful UWA and use this as inspiration for a fiction piece. Here is my story….
The 6th annual FringeWorld Festival has come to a close and the awards have been announced. Please check them out here in recognition not only of these fantastic shows but of all 700 shows at FringeWorld and all the hours and hours of work that went into each and every one.
Our Photo A Week Challenge is a lovely creative way to record your world and share it in a safe, supportive space. Check out the featured pics from December here and why don’t you play along this month? Instructions within.