Bears Perth aims to provide a comfortable environment for socialising, meeting new men and making friends. Not only for big, hairy or bearded men - not a sex club. Den Nights are 2nd Saturday and 4th Friday each month at Loton Park Tennis Club (Bulwer and Lord St, Highgate (bit.ly/JMSDWE). Check website for details on these, plus 2nd Sunday of month events.
January - April, 2017, at the Maj + State Theatre Centre of WA. See upcoming Perth Theatre Trust events at their website, including seasons of the Black Swan State Theatre, The West Australian Ballet, The West Australian Opera, Pavarotti, Jon Bennett, Shaggers, Dave Hughes, The Best of UK Fringe Comedy, Tom Gleeson, Tom Ballard, Dolly Diamond, Juliet Letters, Betroffenheit, Larry Dean...
January 20 - February 19, 2017. fter the summer holidays have ended, FRINGE WORLD keeps the good summer vibes going in Perth for 31 days of Perthect entertainment. Comedy, circus, free/ family entertainment, theatre, visual arts, music, musicals, dance and cabaret presented by W Australian artists + performers from around world, at venues all over the Perth metropolitan area.
February 4, 2017, 9pm, Connections. Coming down under for Australia Day Long Weekend to Pound Your Cake. Influenced by Divine + Britney Spears, named after a marijuana strain, Alaska Thunderfuck (drag name of Justin Honard) was born and raised in Erie, PA, and joined Sharon Needles' Pittsburgh drag crew, the Haus of Haunt, then in 2012, RuPaul's Drag Race. 2015 debut album: Anus.
February 7, 2017, at Hyde Park, 81 James St. Gates open 11am-6pm Sunday, part of FRINGEWORLD. Stalls + community entertainment to include the much-loved dog show. Alcohol not on sale, but you're encouraged to bring a picnic basket to enjoy with friends and family. Gourmet foods will be on sale.
February 9, 2017, 9pm - midnight at Loton Park Tennis Club Lord St at Bulwer St. Spit + Polish/ Fetish Den Night with prizes for the best dressed. Feb 25th, 8pm - Underbear Party; Feb 26th, 3pm - Bears at the Beach. Comfortable socialising/ meeting new men/ making friends environment. All kinds of guys are welcome! See website for details and more upcoming events:
February 10 through March 5, 2017 annual arts festival of film screenings theater, dance, music, film, writers events, visual arts, fireworks -- and more, at venues around town, including the mainstage and in the Chevron Festival Gardens.
March 28 - April 8, 2017 at His Majesty’s Theatre, Perth - Tosca by Puccini. Three themes of defiance, sacrifice and betrayal. Each of three leading characters is confronted with the choice either to honor or to betray. Each makes the choice, and faces the consequences unflinchingly. Next: July 15-22 The Merry Widow. October 28 - November 4 Lucia Di Lammermoor.
March 14-17, 2017 at State Theatre Centre of WA. Short films documenting the beauty and power of the ocean, celebrating divers, surfers, swimmers and oceanographers who live for salt spray; chase the crests of waves; and marvel at mysteries of the big blue. Captivating cinematography, awe-inspiring underwater scenes, fast-paced wave sequences captured from unbelievable vantage points.
May 11-27, 2017 at The Maj: Don Quixote, restaged for the Company by Lucette Aldous (as Kitri, partnered Nureyev, Basilio, to 1970s national and international acclaim). Episodes from Cervante classic follow delusional Don Quixote and sidekick Sancho Panza on an adventure to find Dulcinea, Quixote’s imaginary lost love. Next: Sep 14-30 The Great Gatsby + Nov 17 - Dec 10 Peter Pan.
November 17 - December 10, 2017. Peter Pan will once again take flight at His Majesty’s Theatre. With a little help from some fairy dust, Peter Pan whisks the Darling children from their London home to the magical realm of Neverland. Wendy, John and Michael find dangers and adventures hidden around every corner, while the wickedly wonderful Captain Hook lurks close behind.
November 18, 2017 (TBC), 8-9pm Northbridge, from Williams at James. Cultural expression, celebration and human rights of Western Australian LGBTIQ people of diverse sexuality and gender. 27-year annual Pride Festival celebrated contributions by the LGBTQ community to WA arts and culture. Stage events include: music, dance, theatre, visual arts, comedy performers, community groups.