Somehow it’s already May, so we’re helping you out with lots of indoor activities to get you through the week which will involve craft beer, yummy wine, hot dogs with all of the drinks, local theatre and some awesome beats. All you have to do now is choose what you’re going to do!
Here are 5 awesome things to do in Perth this week.
Tuesday 3 May
Brewers Loft—No. 5 Colonial Brewers At The Queens
If you’re into your craft beer, this one is for you. Colonial Brewing Co have teamed up with The Queens and will be there on Tuesday night chatting all things beer. The event is free so you can put your hard earned cash towards the $5 pints, and if you’re feeling peckish it’s only $10 for paired bites #heckyes. Get more info here.
Tuesday 3 May – Saturday 7 May
The Mars Project At The Blue Room
Local Perthie Will O’Mahony is back at the Blue Room Theatre with his latest production The Mars Project. A story about the lengths we will go to and the sacrifices we’re willing to make to achieve self-fulfilment, it’s as funny as it is sad. Tickets are selling quickly so get yours here!
Wednesday 4 May
Hotdog Degustation At The Flour Factory
Errrrm have the guys at The Flour Factory been reading our diaries? How else could they know we’ve been dreaming of a hotdog degustation? Taste four humble hot diggity dawgs all matched with drinks. Winning. Get more info here.
Thursday 5 May
Howard Park Wine Dinner At The George
We love wine and we love food and we love it even more when people pair our two loves together. Five courses from The George with five Howard Park wines including the new 2013 Abercrombie Cab Sav. We wouldn’t say no to that on a Thursday night. Get tickets here.
MS MR At The Rosemount
LA and New York based duo MS MR are heading to P-town before they go south for Groovin The Moo this weekend. Anyone who isn’t making the trip to Bunbury for the music festival had better get down to The Rosemount quick smart to see these guys in action because they are incredible. Grab tix here.
Want more? Check out 12 Of The Best Events Popping Up In Perth This May.
MS MR | Image credit: Village Voice