Making those cosy winter nights in just a little bit more special, we will be starting Wednesday movie nights for all our in house guests, just bring your throw from your room because we have beanbags and popcorn on the terrace.
Have a chat to our staff for more information and when the first movie night starts or contact us at email@example.com
Do you miss the gym when you’re travelling? Next time you stay with us, pack your running shoes and join our Run Club.
Next Run | Thurs 15 August
Register with reception by Wednesday.
Starting in August, we are excited to have Kristine teaching yoga on the rooftop! Believing in the power of a Yoga practice to heal & inspire positive change, Kristine offers a practice to move away from the pace of modern life and turn within . Weaving philosophical, anatomical, elemental themes combined with Asana, Meditation & Pranayama to create a moving meditation. With the intent of getting you out of your head and into your body.
An ex- competitive Gymnastics champion, Kristine loves to revisit her roots through hand balancing and inversions and offers progressive options to inspire & take you out of your comfort zone. Come join us on the terrace!
Every Wednesday & Sunday
Wednesday 5:45 – 6:45pm
Sunday 8:30am – 9:45am
Hotel Guest | Free | Register with reception
Non guest | $18 – BYO mat or $2 mat hire | Register on https://www.kristineragusyoga.com/classes
Limited spaces, must register and subject to availability.
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Yagan Square | Friday 23 August | 4pm – 9pm
Bringing together a highly curated selection of handmade artisan stalls, come and join the fun of shopping handmade.
Browse the stalls, enjoy food from the Yagan Square eateries and see the best that WA has to offer all in one place.
Book two places on the Cape to Cape Walk in our 2020 season, and receive a complimentary night at Alex Hotel!
Offer ends on the 31 August 2019.
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AGWA Collection | Ongoing | Free
The Botanical: Beauty and Peril | 6 July – 4 November 2019 | Free
This major exhibition explores the abundant beauty of the botanical world and the threats that assail it. The Botanical: Beauty and Peril draws from the renowned Janet Holmes à Court Collection and the AGWA Collection to present a vivid, involving and sometimes disturbing journey through the diverse representation by Australian artists of the glorious kingdom of plants.
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Artist Floor Talk with Agatha Gothe – Snape | Sat 27 Jul – 6 Oct | Free
Trying to Find Comfort in an Uncomfortable Chair is a celebration of hidden stories. Artist Agatha Gothe-Snape has followed the thread of histories from work in the Cruthers Collection of Women’s Art at the University of Western Australia and has gained a unique and vital insight into Australia’s only public collection of women’s art.
Termite Economies (Phase One) | Nicholas Mangan | 27 July – 6 Oct | Free
As a starting point for this exhibition, Nicholas Mangan looks at historical research undertaken by the CSIRO into the activity of termites in the hope that the behaviour of these industrious insects would assist with the identification of gold deposits and lead to increased efficiency in gold exploration.
Mangan combines footage he filmed on location in WA, alongside archival video and table-mounted sculptures – elaborate 3D prints of re-imagined internal workings of termite mounds. Using a 3D printer, plaster and soil, Mangan has created models that hybridise mining infrastructure with termite architecture to form speculative termite mining infrastructures.
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Medea | —
by Kate Mulvany and Anne-Louise Sarks. Original concept by Anne-Louise Sarks after Euripides
INNOCENCE. NAIVETY. GAME PLAYING AND LOVE.
This new adaptation of Medea, co-written by WA’s own Kate Mulvany, puts one of history’s most notorious family breakdowns under the microscope.
Locked in their bedroom, two brothers play games to pass the time, as siblings do. Off-stage, their parents are having a very famous showdown. At an inevitable moment, the children will be drawn away from their games and into their parents’ bitter argument. From there, they will enter mythology as the most tragic siblings of all time.
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Presented by Humphrey Bower
13 – 31 Aug | 7pm / 8:30pm | $20 – $30 inc. booking fee
Three stories by master of the macabre Franz Kafka explore the twists and turns of legal limbo, paranoia and offshore detention torture.
‘Before the Law’ is a haunting allegory about a man waiting outside a door; ‘The Burrow; is a black comedy about a creature obsessed with holes and tunnels; and ‘In the Penal Colony’ is a perverse demonstration by an insane officer of a torture device on an island prison.
Kafku wrote: ‘a book must be the axe for thee frozen sea within us.’
His nightmarish vision has never been more timely.
This visceral new work by one of Perth’s leading devisor-performers (WISH, SKIN) and the creative team who brought you HIRO will make you feel the absurdity and horror of what lies on our doorstep.
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03 Aug – 24 Aug 2019
Tami Xiang | Peasantography – Lucky 88 | Gallery 1
Tom Freeman – Brick | Gallery 3
Esther Mcdowell / Yabini Kickett | Kala Koorliny – Going Home | Gallery 2
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