oh hey wa

Oh Hey Wa

Wondering what to visit in Perth? Look no further, Oh Hey WA is the greatest walking-tour option that covers a range of subjects like history, art, nightlife, and culture. Join their daily Art & Cultural tour or book in a group for a special occasion or custom experience. Learn and have fun at the same time!!

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The Little Mermaid (credit Libby Edwards)

Blue Room Theatre

Located right in the heart of the Cultural Centre, the Blue Room Theatre has an engaging and extremely diverse range of up and coming Australian theatre. Well worth a visit.

Blue Room Theatre (Urgent enquiries – 08 9227 7005)

53 James Street, Perth Cultural Centre

cinema-paradiso

Cinema Paradiso

Located just down the road at 164 James Street, in the heart of Northbridge, Cinema Paradiso is not only synonymous with showing quality Art House, Independent and Foreign Cinema, they also screen a yearly schedule of great Film Festivals as well as a good mix of the better mainstream fiolms. The best thing is they’re fully licensed which means you can sit back, relax and immerse yourself in the wonderful world of cinema with a great drink. Click here for session times

Indoors at His Majesty's Theatre

His Majesty's Theatre

His Majesty’s is on the State Heritage Register – not that that detail is at all important when watching varied works by some very varied acts from our state, nationally and abroad. Whether it’s comedy, opera or ballet – His Majesty’s will at some point throughout any given calender year have something for everybody and with it’s classic horseshoe shape it will always remain a favourite of performers.

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Rooftop Movies

Rooftop Movies

Run by our friends at Fringe World, set on top of a car park just around the corner is the very cool Rooftop Movies. Running through to March with a great program of old and new movies, this is summer in Perth at its most fun – and they’re licenced!

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State Theatre from the horseshoe bridge.

State Theatre Centre

Designed by Kerry Hill Architects, The State Theatre Centre houses a number of interesting and unique performance venues. The Heath Leadger Theatre is the State Theatre Centre’s primary performance venue. Run under the auspices of the Perth Theatre Trust the State Theatre is predominantly used by the Perth Theatre Company and the Black Swan State  Theatre Company. Click on their links to see what’s on!

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