This week is going to be an absolute cracker with Billy Crystal in town and the chance to burn your taste buds off at a night dedicated to all things hot and spicy. Oh and you can also learn how to make your own bread and listen to some poetry all while finding your zen.
Here are 5 awesome things to do in Perth this week.
Finding Zen In The City At Carillon City
Life Ready Physio have popped up in Carillon City with a yoga and Pilates studio so all you city workers can find some mid-week zen. The classes run for 40-45 minutes and are all supervised by trained physios so you know you’re in good hands. This will be sticking around for a while but you should check it out soon and get some good habits going! Check out the timetable here.
Monday 25 & Thursday 28 July
An Evening Of Sit Down With Billy Crystal At Perth Exhibition And Convention Centre
Billy Crystal is in Perth, yasss! So why not join him and host Andrew Denton and find out what makes this funny guy tick. This is set to be a night full of laughs so grab your tickets quick smart.
Wednesday 27 July
Larder Series | Artisan Bread At May Street Larder
Want to learn the secrets to baking your own bread? You’ll get all the pro tips you need to start baking your own sourdough, seeded breads and brioche at this small group workshop run by May Street Larder’s executive chef Scott Bridger. You’ll also get to take home your very own sourdough starter to get you going. Get all the info and book your spot here.
Thursday 28 July
Yum Yum’s Fiery Night At Wok St Chow House
If you can’t handle a bit of spice, then you can skip ahead to the next event. Wok St Chow House are putting on a heck of a spicy night with five crazy hot dishes that will warm you right up. Matched with five delicious drinks to cool things down, this is going to be a delicious night. Get your tickets here.
Sturmfrei Poetry Night At The State Theatre Centre WA
Time to get cultural. Grab some dinner in Northbridge then head to the Studio Underground Foyer at the State Theatre Centre for a night of poetry. Paul Hetherington, Amanda Joy and Siobhan Hodge will be reading their works for you so you can relax with a drink or two and just take it all in. Get more info here.
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