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5 Awesome Things To Do In Perth This Week

By Mikaela Knight - 06 Feb 2017

Alert Perthlings! It may be the start of another work week but that doesn’t mean the party has to stop. Whether you like to sing, strum, shake that booty or just have a good laugh, we have a fun-filled week ahead for you. 

Check out these 5 awesome things to do in Perth this week.

Monday 6 February

Workshop Featuring Cian Caton At The Good Shepherd

Got a friend that belts out every song that comes on the radio—and actually sounds decent? Get them down to Perth’s newest R&B open mic night at The Good Shepherd. It’s a showcase of Perth’s best singers and strummers, and hosts KC and Cian Caton are sure to transform your mate into the next Nelly or Rhi Rhi (well, maybe). Even if you can’t hold a tune, bring your good vibes and support the Perth talent. Get more info here.

Tuesday 7 February 

Butt Kapinski At The Blue Room Theatre

Follow private eye Butt Kapinski in a film noir murder mystery which will keep you very entertained. You become the co-star of this interactive show so don't expect to sit back and relax. With inappropriate jokes galore, this is one you might not want to take your mum to. The show runs until Sunday 11 February so get in quick and buy your tix here

Wednesday 8 February

Twilight Festival At Perth City Farm

What better way to enjoy the warm Perth evenings than at Perth City Farm. Grab your friends and explore all the good eats, handmade goods, live music and activities on offer. Want to know the best bit? It’s just a gold coin donation to enter! Get more info here.

Thursday 9 February

Baby Got Back At The Pleasure Gardens

With an all-female cast of showgirls, dancers and comedians, this hit Fringe show is a real tribute to the toosh. Get your bootylicious tix here because in the words of Beyonce, “you ain’t ever seen booty like this.” 

Frankly Winehouse: The Amy Winehouse Cabaret At The WA Maritime Museum

Get ready for the unmistakeable soul, sass and f*ck you’s of Amy Winehouse. Featuring classics and covers, plus the quintessential beehive hair, caked on liner and cleavage—this is a must see. Grab your girls and get your tickets before they sell out. 

Find out the where to eat before and after Fringe shows here.

Image credit: Louise Coghill

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