A little affair won't kill anyone, will it?
The laugh out loud black comedy, Day One, A Hotel, Evening is a fast, furious and fabulous ride through the romantic entanglements of the well-heeled. Renowned Australian playwright Joanna Murray-Smith’s tale of two couples, their privileged middle-class lives and the friendly relationship that hides something far more scandalous, shows that keeping your affairs in order can be dangerous! In the lead up to Black Swan State Theatre Company’s season of Day One, A Hotel, Evening at the State Theatre Centre, go behind the scenes with director Peter Houghton and actors Roz Hammond and Jacob Allan plus snippets of rehearsals.
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07 March - 30 June
11 June - 29 June
17 May - 22 September
Unique new hotel continues Northbridge revival
9 June 2013 - A new development on William Street will not only give a much-needed boost to Perth’s under-pressure hotel market but also continue the State Government’s work to regenerate and transform Northbridge. The site would be developed by an experienced team who would introduce a unique hotel concept to what is fast becoming one of Perth’s leading retail strips. more
get inspired this winter
This winter, the Cultural Centre screen features a unique selection of thought provoking and inspirational short works from the international and independent film, multi-media and arts scenes as part of for the Perth Winter Arts Season. With a selection of thought provoking shorts screening on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays come along whatever the weather ... More...
Rug up on William St...
Miss Brown Vintage
Brrrr it’s getting cold out there (finally). Looks like the perfect excuse to update your winter wardrobe with some stylish frocks from Miss Brown Vintage – Perth’s first specialist in re-modifying vintage fashion. For the ultimate bargains on the best vintage treasures, head down to 278 William Street Northbridge for items up to 50% off! More...
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The Play Space is located in the James Street Mall main pedestrian way in the Perth Cultural Centre, in front of the WA Museum. Based on nature and sound, the play space focuses on climbing, balance, energy, music, texture and educational play with sensory elements to inspire young people’s imagination and creativity.