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Dirty Laundry 027

Full cycle of all your favorite beats from every era. 80s,90s,00s and New, with a little Hip Hop thrown in to help lighten your load. Come air out your Dirty Laundry this Friday night upstairs at Metropolis Fremantle. Check out our Facebook Page for the free entry password!

Horrible Histories - Pirates: The Exhibition

Batten down the hatches! A gruesome band of horrible pirates will be taking over WA Maritime Museum in March 2018 when it presents this interactive, hands-on exhibition based on the bestselling Horrible Histories books: Horrible Histories – Pirates: the exhibition.Discover if you have what it takes to be a really horrible pirate. Take command of a pirate ship, design your own pirate flag and try out different weapons – from cutlasses to cannons. Along the way, you’ll discover why pirate women were just as wicked as the men and practise talking the patter of a pirate. You’ll also learn about the ships they sailed on, the punishments they suffered and the rules they lived by.

Bike Week Bike Tour - Street Art

Celebrate Bike Week and come and see the best Street Art Freo has to offer on our 3 hour bike tour. We will explore Fremantle's Street art scene, from commissioned pieces to graffiti, paste ups and stencils. We will talk of the piece's context, artist, history and where the line is drawn between street art and graffiti. We still stop for a free coffee along the way and hopefully discover some new pieces along the way. The tour is suitable for all ages and abilities so be sure to bring your camera and sense of adventure! Its BYO bike and helmet for BIKE WEEK or we can provide one of our comfortable, restored vintage bikes and helmet. We will a lovely local guide as well as a coffee along the way.We encourage everyone to ride to the tours starting point but understand that this might not be possible for everyone, there is parking around the starting point but please be mindful of parking signs. *This is a free event but you must register to attend, places are limited.

Chocolate Making Workshop

We are excited to welcome Willow and Catherine - special guest chocolatiers from Reverence Chocolate - to facilitate this brand new educational, entertaining and sensory adventure into all things chocolate!Willow and Catherine have immersed themselves in the journey of chocolate for the past decade, travelling the globe tracking down the tastes, stories and secrets of chocolate - we're lucky to have them join us to share the information and skills they've acquired.Enjoy a nourishing afternoon with raw, rich, dairy-free chocolate tastings in all its myriad forms, explore the story of chocolate and learn a pure, simple and delicious way of making your own divine raw chocolate at home that is incredibly nourishing and avoids the unnecessary adulterating additions and processes of lecithin or other stabilisers, tempering and high temperature roasting!You will dive deeply into a reverent (and sometimes irreverent) journey towards the heart of chocolate - learn about the sacred tree itself to the sacrament of the most treasured beverage of the Aztecs and Mayans and right through to the birth of the modern chocolate bar.You will leave with a deeper, more respectful relationship with chocolate, your tummy full of goodness and your own raw chocolate bible with not only the secret to making the best raw gourmet chocolate, but also 3 other divine chocolate variations, the Mayan Chocolate Drink recipe and a takeaway snapshot of how chocolate is prepared and it's health-giving qualities.Join us for 2 guilt-free nourishing chocolate filled hours! 

Sets on the Beach | Summer Send Off

After our biggest party to date kick started the summer with a BANG, we're coming back 1 more time to send off the season in 2018! A few friends will be joining us... Listed A-Z.+ Crooked Colours+ Giraffage [USA]+ Just A Gent+ Manu Crooks+ RIVA STARR [IT]+ Set Mo+ more TBA // TICKETS // or In store at Mills Records. Pre-Sale - $59.90 (inc fees) - Sold Out.2nd Release - $69.90 (inc fees) - Almost Gone.3rd Release - $74.90 (inc fees)

Bellevue Terrace Jam

Street Party with live music for residents and friends of Bellevue Terrace.  Bring a plate, glass, food drink and chair. Chat to neighbours and listen to local musos! Wear your house number  

Twilight Concert

HILTON HARVEST TWILIGHT CONCERT Hilton Harvest Community Garden's annual Twilight event, celebrating Earth Hour and our amazing community, is happening again this March!Come on down to the garden on Saturday, 24th March from 4pm to 9pm. We've got great food and drinks, amazing performers, and activities for all ages including: Lois Olney Burundi Peace ChoirTASHIOne StepRevelationshipDelroyThe Livingston CrewRachel ArmstrongMichael D LaneCatrin Enderlein and David WhiteFaith Angel Lily There will also be a number of fantastic younger performers from Hilton & surrounding suburbs! Entry is by donation (we suggest $5 for adults and a gold coin for the kids).This will be a low-waste event. Feel free to bring along your own picnic, and we can take any compostable or recyclable items off your hands. We ask that all land fill be taken home.We hope to see you and your friends there for a fun filled evening!!!

Terry vic with Jill and Alsy The Triffids

CAMP DOOGS presents Terry (Upset The Rhythm)Terry is a latent man of mystery. Terry is also a band from Melbourne, Australia. Divide him in half and you split the genders, into quarters and you get Amy Hill (also of Constant Mongrel, School Of Radiant Living), Xanthe Waite (Mick Harvey Band, Primo), Zephyr Pavey (Eastlink, Total Control, Russell St Bombings) and Al Montfort (UV Race, Dick Diver, Total Control). Guitars, bass, drums, all four sing. Terry are busy people and Terry is a particularly active project too, having released two EPs and a full length album ('Terry HQ') in 2016 on Upset The Rhythm and 'Remember Terry' in the 2017. Terry now comes to Perth. in the Fremantle Arts Centre courtyard with support from Perth legends...Jill & Alsy (The Triffids) Debbie DownersCold MeatTickets on sale Wednesday Feb 17

Light Me Up Ride

It’s time to ride and shine! In the tradition of Glow Ride, FreoBUG presents the Light Me Up Ride, a gentle evening ride designed to celebrate cycling and shine a light on you and your bike. Ride departs at 7.00pm from South Beach and winds along the beachside shared paths. The relaxed 5km return ride is suitable for people of all ages and riding abilities. Just make sure you glow! Participants are encouraged to kit out their bikes and helmets with lights, reflectors or anything that glows. Prizes will awarded to those with the best decorated bikes and extra points for those who use recylced or resuable materials. Be sure to bring a jacket as the Freo Doctor can drop the temperature as soon as the sun goes down.

Harry Manx (Canada)

Bonjour Holiday presents the return of Harry Manx (CANADA) Canadian Harry Manx has been one of the most successful international touring musicians ever to grace stages in Australia. He will be returning in 2018 to perform at Port Fairy Folk Festival , The Blue Mountains Music Festival and Byron Bluesfest as well as side shows in Sydney ,Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra and Perth. This deeply original multi-instrumentalist has entertained audiences in more than 10 extensive tours since 2001. The explanation is simple. Harry’s created his own genre, often referred to as the ‘Mystissippi Blues’. His mesmerising sound is an organic fusion of eastern musical traditions with the blues. The result is an expressive, moving and unforgettable new world. His unique toolbox is a fascinating range of conventional acoustic and electric guitars, banjo, harmonica, stomp box, and the Mohan Veena, created by Harry’s Indian mentor Vishwa Mohan Bhatt. His award-winning songs ‘create musical short stories that wed the blues with the depth of classical Indian ragas’. A worldwide festival favorite, Harry’s 15 albums and ceaseless touring have seen him earn a slew of Maple Leaf, Juno and Canadian Folk Awards, nominations, and accolades from musicians and fans alike. “Watching Harry play tonight I feel like I learned something new…….” Bruce Springsteen, @ the International Guitar Festival, New York City Harry will be accompanied by Sydney-based pianist Clayton Doley for many of the dates as well as a string quartet at various festival shows.  

Zorbas Summer Breeze Dance Party

Come and get happy dancing with the Zorbas tribe and the Freo doctor at our friendly community dance club!  Playing a huge variety of the best dance music from different eras and around the world, with the latest hits and old classics. Guaranteed to get you up moving and grooving!   

Watercolour Popsicles

Always wanted to try watercolour but not sure where to start? The simple shapes and blended colours of icy-poles and popsicles make them the perfect subject matter for a gorgeous watercolour work! In this three-hour workshop, artist, illustrator and surfer Hannah Katarski (aka Mermaid's Coin) will teach you the fundamentals of using watercolours and how to apply them in a quirky, illustrative style. In this fun and relaxed class, you will learn how to mix and layer watercolours to create an effective Pop Art inspired painting. Translating the colours and textures of sweet summer treats, you will also experiment with wet-in- wet techniques and incorporate 'happy accidents' into a successful composition. About the Teacher: Hannah is a maker and illustrator who uses printmaking techniques and watercolours to create work that is vibrant, retro and fun. Her work is primarily concerned with capturing the coastal lifestyle of WA. She also has a thing for Twin Poles. (Don't we all?)What you will learn:-Watercolour techniques as it applies to a Pop Art subject matter (Icy Poles and Popsicles)-Introduction to wet in wet techniques as well as layering and mixing colours-How to work in an illustrative styleWhat you will get:-Use of artist quality paints and brushes-Artist quality archival papers-RefreshmentsWhat to bring:-No need to bring anything but perhaps you'd like to bring a notebook and iphone to document.-If you have an ongoing sketchbook that you like to sketch your ideas inWhat to wear:Closed toe shoes preferredAppropriate forSuitable for all levels16 years and up.