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Neighbourhood Art

You’re amongst Perth’s bustling Cultural Centre, Take advantage of the array of galleries at your fingertips. Be inspired by local, national and international art.

Neighbourhood Theatre

Fancy a bit of theatre? Our neighbours have you covered. With the State theatre and Blue Room just outside our doors, you’re bound to find a show you’re interested in.

Outward Happenings

Maybe you want to escape the hustle and bustle of Northbridge. Explore Perth with these Outward Happenings.

Important information | Pipes for Perth William St

There will be some construction happening in and around Northbridge for a short while in August. Please have a look at the map below to help with your travel plans but if in doubt, please do not hesitate to contact us ph. 08 6430 400 / e. hello@alexhotel.com.au.

Stage one Newcastle Street to James Street update:

We are pleased to announce that work will finish and all fencing will come down in stage one tonight, Monday 16 September 2019. 

Stage two James Street to Roe Street update:

Fencing was erected and work began in stage two this morning, Monday 16 September 2019, we expect work to finish the week of 7 October 2019.

All work is taking place in the William Street northbound lanes and both northbound lanes will be closed during construction. Please see map below for the detour that will be in place.

Upcoming work 16 – 17 September 2019:

Work to cut open the road is noisy and may cause vibrations, as such we will complete this disruptive work as quickly as possible.

We will cut open the road along William Street at the James Street crossing between 7pm – 10pm tonight, Monday 16 September 2019, the intersection will be closed during this time. Work to cut open the road in the rest of stage two will take up to four hours to complete and will be carried out during the day tomorrow, Tuesday 17 September 2019. Please note that noise management plans will be in place for this work and we will adhere to the City of Perth’s night works permit conditions at all times.

Water perks

The intersection of William Street and Aberdeen Street will remain open for the entirety of the project.

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 Alex Run Club

Every Fortnight | Thursdays | 6:15am, Alex Hotel

Do you miss the gym when you’re travelling? Next time you stay with us, pack your running shoes and join our Thursday morning Run Club.

Next Run | Thurs 27 September 

Register with reception by Wednesday.

Rooftop Yoga with Kristine Ragus

Every Wednesday & Sunday, Alex Hotel Rooftop

Wednesday 5:45 – 6:45pm
Sunday 8:30am – 9:45am

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!

Hotel Guest | Free | Register with reception
Non guest | $18 – BYO mat or $2 mat hire | Register here  

Limited spaces, must register and subject to availability.

email: fun@alexhotel.com.au for more information.



Ariel Katzir x Alex Hotel

From 20 Sept – 18 Oct | Weekly

Alex Hotel Lobby Bar | Fri – Sat: 5:00 – 8:00pm

Shadow Wine Bar | Sun: 4:00 – 7:00pm

Come and immerse yourself in a month long interactive residency. Visual Artist, Ariel Katzir will be live painting in the Lobby Bar and in Shadow Wine Bar. Don’t miss your chance to get to know this incredible creator and watch over her creative process.

Treat yourself to an exclusively curated cocktail in the lobby bar and receive a limited edition Ariel Katzir print as a gift.

For more information click here

BBQ, Beers and Belly Laughs

October 12, Alex Hotel Rooftop Terrace


Its WA Mental Health Week and Alex Hotel invites you to a BBQ with a view on our rooftop terrace.

Come drink, eat & laugh for a cause!

Relax with a brew or two under the springtime sunshine, and enjoy some stand-up comedy delivered by two of Perth’s most exciting up-and-coming comedians Alice Mack and Laura Hutchinson (RAW Comedy Runner-Up).
Why? Because laughter is the best medicine!
Tickets | $25

Come and join in on the fun as we will have beers and a sausage sizzle on!

Free Stone & Wood beer on arrival & then for every beer you drink, we will be donating a portion of the sale to Lifeline WA!

A huge thank you to our event partners Stone & Wood and Torre Butchers

Tickets and information here



Neighbourhood Art

The Botanical: Beauty and Peril

6 July – 4 November 2019, Art Gallery Western Australia

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.

Click here for more information about the Art Gallery WA and all their exhibitions.


Trying to Find Comfort in an Uncomfortable Chair

By Agatha Gothe – Snape

Sat 27 Jul – 6 Oct, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art | 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)

By Nicholas Mangan

27 July – 6 Oct, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art | 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.

Click here for more information about PICA and all their shows and exhibitions.



Neighbourhood Theatre

Palace Cinemas – Raine Square


Palace Raine Square offers the best in first-release cinema, special events and festivals, screening in a sophisticated, unique architectural space.  The cinema has four bespoke bars, with the cinema rooftop terrace overlooking the Yagan Square and the nightlife of the city and Northbridge.

With your Alex Hotel room key, enjoy $8 movies every Monday

Click here to see what’s on

Black is the New White

by Nakkiah Lui

September 11 – September 22, State Theatre Centre WA




Prepare to be enthralled by a razor sharp romantic comedy that blends Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner with Meet the Fockers.

At the centre is Charlotte Gibson, a lawyer with a brilliant career ahead of her. As her father Ray says, she could be the next female First Nations Waleed Aly. But she has other ideas. First of all, it’s Christmas. Second of all, she’s in love.

Black is the New White sold out its world premiere at Sydney Theatre Company in 2017. Now this laugh-out loud smash hit comes to Perth bigger, better and blacker than ever!

Click here for more information about Black Swan Theatre and all their shows.

Two Canaries

September 10 – 28, Blue Room Theatre


Like the birds in coal mines of long-ago, melting Polar Regions and shrinking islands are harbingers of an enormous threat. It has happened. It’s already here.

Two Canaries invites you on an expedition into the known world of climate change – as you haven’t known it before. Journey with our canaries from Arctic ice to golden Australian sun, in a unique blend of the personal, the poetic, and the ridiculous.

Tickets and information here



September 11 – 21, Blue Room Theatre



Devised and performed by: 3rd Year Performance Making students
Under the guidance of: Frances Barbe

Expect talent and daring in this program of self- devised pieces created and performed by WAAPA’s graduating Performance Making students at The Blue Room Theatre. Powerful performances and impressive stagecraft underpin works that explore the very edges of theatre making, creating an evening of other-worldly theatre that will inspire, provoke and entertain.

Tickets and information here


 Outward Happenings


The Book of Mormon

September 5 – 21, Crown Theatre Perth


The New York Times calls it “the best musical of this century.” The Washington Post says, “It is the kind of evening that restores your faith in musicals.” And Entertainment Weekly says, “Grade A: the funniest musical of all time.” It’s The Book of Mormon, the nine-time Tony Award®-winning Best Musical.

This outrageous musical comedy follows the misadventures of a mismatched pair of missionaries, sent on a mission to a place that’s about as far from Salt Lake City as you can get. Now with sold out productions in London, on Broadway, North America, Melbourne and Sydney, The Book of Mormon has truly become an international sensation.

Tickets and information here



Presented by the West Australian Ballet

September 13 – 28, His Majesty’s Theatre


A 178-year-old tale of impossible love, vengeful ghosts and the ultimate forgiveness. With coveted virtuoso roles and an iconic ‘white ballet act’, this transcendent Romantic-era ballet has stood the test of time – maybe because first love and heartbreak resonates with us all.

Peasant girl Giselle, beautiful and innocent, falls deeply for Albrecht, a prince in disguise. When she discovers he is engaged to another, her grief and shock at his deception sends her mad. She dies of a broken heart and her spirit joins the ‘Wilis’ – ghosts of women betrayed.

The stunning classical costumes and atmospheric sets will spirit you away to an idyllic time and place, while West Australian Symphony Orchestra bring every emotion to life as they masterfully present Adolphe Adam’s score.

Tickets and information here


Explore Fremantle


Just 30 minutes from Perth City, Fremantle has long been renowned for its eclectic mix of arty and alternative types. Fremantle’s streets buzz with the song of buskers, the side walks fill with a wild collection of art and music floats out from trendy cafés and bars.

If you feel the need to escape the city centre, venture out the the port city of Fremantle and find yourself surrounded by market stalls and street vendors, Arts and Culture and some of the cities trendiest food and beverage outlets.

For travel guides and more information chick here

For help finding your way to Fremantle speak to our receptions staff or click here for transport guides.



Metallica Worldwired Tour

October 17, Optus Stadium


Metallica has confirmed its long-awaited return to Australia and New Zealand. This concert will be the band’s first time performing in Australia since 2013.

The WorldWired Tour will make its Australian debut at Optus Stadium on Thursday 17 October 2019. This continues the WorldWired Tour that has played 130+ shows across the world since its 2016 kick-off.

Special guests Slipknot will provide support throughout this Tour.

Tickets and information here

For more events at Optus stadium click here