May – June in

Every Wednesday Night

Head down to Clancy’s Fish Pub in Cantonment Street, Fremantle for “NOT BINGO”, a fun twist on Bingo with a lot of Aussie swearing, great music and a lot of laughs!

May 11 – 29

The Danger Age

From celebrated WA playwright Kate Mulvany (The Seed), and with acclaimed director Sally Richardson at the helm, this production promises to be a visually dynamic and hugely funny play. Performed at the Deckchair Theatre in Fremantle, contact [email protected] for details.

An absurd chain of events is set in motion when a ten-year-old boy named (coincidentally) John Curtin gets caught in international political intrigue. After he accidentally receives a call from President Roosevelt intended for his Prime Ministerial namesake, the chronically asthmatic Curtin must attempt to save his hometown of Kalbarri from a potential disaster that would split his world in two. Enlisting a small army including a foul-mouthed sock puppet, a Nyoongar girl named Albert Namitjira and a Japanese doctor, young Curtin’s adventures make for an absurdly comic, wickedly inventive and visually rich exploration of our country’s past.

Thursday May 27

Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea

Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea is one of Cancer Council’s leading fundraising events and the largest, most successful event of its kind in Australia. Over $60 million has been raised since it first began in 1994. This year the Fremantle Council will be hosting Morning Tea in the Fremantle City Library, 8 William Street Fremantle starting at 10:30am. Gold Coin Donation.

May 28 – June 6

Fremantle Heritage Festival 2010

When you walk through Fremantle you will be strolling amongst some of the finest examples of 19th Century British Port heritage buildings in Australia. Fremantle has retained many of its original buildings. Many have been renovated and refurbished to their original grandeur. The City of Fremantle is committed to preserving its heritage and celebrates annually.

During the Fremantle Heritage Festival the city comes alive with music, events, workshops, tours, activities and awards that showcase the City’s diverse cultural, social, natural and built heritage.

June 6

Full Scale Revolution

See this amazing band for only $15, at the Newport Hotel on South Tce, right in the heart of Fremantle! It’s WA’s turn to (re)experience a band who split way before their time, and who are remembered for their untouchable live show fronted by the charismatic and politcally-driven Ezekiel Ox (FSD/Mammal).

June 11 – 13

A Little Light Music

The colourful and eventful history of Musical Theatre, featuring the lives and music of Offenbach, Gilbert & Sullivan, Strauss, Lehar, Jerome Kern, Kurt Weill, George Gershwin, Cole Porter, Rodgers & Hart & Hammerstein, Lerner & Loewe, Leonard Berstein, Stephen Sondheim, Andrew Lloyd Webber – and more!

Held at the Fremantle Town Hall Friday, 11 June 2010 7:30pm Saturday, 12 June 2010 2:00pm & 7:30pm Sunday, 13 June 2010 3:00pm. Standard $50.00, Concession Pensioners, Senior Cardholders, Unwaged $44.00, Full-time Students, Children Under 16-years $30.00 , BOCS [tickets/entry].

June 12 & 13

Katie Noonan and the “Captains”

One of Australia’s brightest musical discoveries of the new millennium, Katie Noonan returns to the spotlight with an original album, a fresh sound, and a new band, the Captains. See this amazing band at the Fly By Night Club on Holdsworth St, Fremantle. They are also offering you a chance to dance on stage! Check out their website for this once in a lifetime opportunity!