Roaring with hunger and charging through the crowds ‘Saurus’ will be joined by some of the world’s best outdoor theatre, music, comedy, circus and cabaret performers for three jam-packed days of shenanigans, laughter and outright shock. Fremantle Street Arts Festival held every Easter weekend is internationally acclaimed and attracts thousands of people who flock to the port city to witness breathtaking performances whilst soaking up the famous Freo atmosphere
2014 will see the Woodside Tour de Perth again become the first event of the 2014 Subaru National Road Series, Australia’s premier road cycling series. The Woodside Tour de Perth will attract elite riders from Australia and overseas. This event will offer a unique spectator opportunity to watch world-class international cyclists. The event will be coming to Fremantle on 26th March.
Fremantle Ports' Victoria Quay are hosting an exciting range of international food stalls cooking up a storm from 5pm each Thursday from 13 March to 17 April. Victoria Quay Night Market on the E Shed forecourt will have something for everyone. Stroll along the waterfront, sample delicious cuisines under the stars, bring the family, relax with friends and soak up the ambience enjoying Freo's balmy nights in a community atmosphere. A diversity of entertainment including local musicians, belly dancers and Audio Vault silent disco will add to the fun and regular E Shed market traders will also stay open for the Night Market.
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Clear your calendar & make sure you don't miss out on all the Irish action at Rosie O'Grady's Fremantle. Irish food Irish music Irish dancing Irish craic
Celebrate St Patrick's Day at the National Hotel Chef Philip Lomax will be putting on a special selection of traditional and modern Irish food on Sunday and Monday. All day promotions on Guinness, Kilkenny and Magners. Live Irish music and Dancers.
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- 16 Mar 2014
- 17 Mar 2014
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Sean Roche is an Irish balladeer who now lives in Cork. For many years he lived in WA and performed in Fremantle, so is well known and loved. Don't miss this rare opportunity to enjoy his beautiful singing, as he's only here once a year. Stinger & Swainy will perform some Irish songs beforehand and anything could happen afterwards. Last year we had a spontaneous sing-song and an Irish jam session is possible too. There's no better way to get in the mood for St Patrick's Day
Featuring the words, voices and objects of the Forgotten Australians and all those who experienced institutional care as children, this exhibition provides a chance for all Australians to understand something of a history that has affected so many of us and was hidden for so long. Throughout Australia, over the course of the 20th century, about half a million children spent time in Children's Homes, orphanages, training schools, reformatories and other 'care' institutions. Of the 500,000 children in these institutions, about a tenth were Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander children. A smaller number, about 7000, were British and Maltese child migrants. Only a tiny minority were orphans. Some children spent a relatively short time in these places while others spent their entire childhood 'inside'. Finally, the histories of those who spent time 'inside' — histories for so long unspoken, unheard or disbelieved — are becoming an acknowledged part of our national history. This exhibition was promised to the nation in the National Apology to the Forgotten Australians and Former Child Migrants delivered by Prime Minister Kevin Rudd on 16 November 2009 in Canberra. For some, government apologies are just words.For others, they have great meaning. Please note that this exhibition contains confronting and disturbing content, and names and images of deceased people. It may not be suitable for children under 15 years. Inside: Life in Children's Homes and Institutions is a travelling exhibition developed and presented by the National Museum of Australia and supported by the Australian Government Department of Social Services
Fremantle Prison is one of Western Australia's premier heritage tourism attractions. In 2010 the Prison became the first building in Western Australia to be inscribed on to the prestigious World Heritage list as part of the Australian Convict Sites . Built by convicts in the 1850s, Fremantle Prison was used as a place of incarceration for 136 years before being decommissioned as an operating maximum security gaol in 1991. The empty prison with its solitary cells and gallows is a monument to a system of punishment that is uncomfortably recent. Visitors can "step inside and do time" with Fremantle Prison's experienced guides on a range of fascinating tours. Prison Day Tours highlight convict and prison life, daring escapes and colourful characters in tales laced with prison humour. Visitors with a spirit for adventure can descend 20 meters below the Prison to explore a one kilometre labyrinth of tunnels by foot and by boat on a Tunnels Tour or delve into the darker side of the Prison's history at night on a spooky Torchlight Tour. In addition to its guided tours Fremantle Prison also features exhibitions in the Prison Gallery, interpretive Visitors Centres, onsite cafe and an award winning Gift Shop.
Art gallery showcasing the work of Adrianna Treasure. Adrianna Treasure experiential art workshops are fun, filled with amazing expressive activities, too exciting to put into words.
Flynn Talbot uses light to connect people with their surrounding environment. His explorations of colour, shape and light offer the viewer an opportunity to be transported. Through his products and installations, he strives to balance innovation with a simplicity that breaks down the boundaries between the viewer and light. Talbot's work has been exhibited in Paris, Berlin, London, Vienna, Cologne, Frankfurt and Sydney. He won young Lighting Designer of the Year (2010), best new product at Ventura Lambrate in Milan (2011), was a runner up for the Bombay Sapphire Award (2012) and has been featured in Wallpaper and Monocle magazines amongst many others. His latest piece Primary, explores the projection of primary colour across a fragmented, triangular landscape. This piece was first conceived and explored while Talbot lived and worked in Berlin. The effects of this scale installation are dynamic, psychedelic and captivating. The piece will be shown with a soundscape to fully immerse the viewer in a light fuelled sensory experience.