As soon as we get today done and dusted, this week’s shenanigans can begin. We’re all about shaking it like Bey, baking it like Nigella and cramming all the wining and dining in between. For the lucky few heading South, Thursday kicks off the Margaret River Gourmet Escape, so be sure to get amongst it.
Here are 5 awesome things to do this week in Perth.
Tuesday 14 November
RIDE FOR PRIDE AT THE COURT
Channel your inner Kardashian or Jay Z and pump it out tomorrow for Pride WA with LA Fit Studio. The Court will be turning into a giant spin bike party with classes all day and night and DJ Wasteland behind the decks. For $20 bucks, we can’t think of a better way to spend our Tuesday. Lock in your bike here.
HEALTHY LUNCHBOX TREATS WORKSHOP AT STACKWOOD
Cooking extraordinaire Kristen Pavez will be holding down the fort at Freo’s Stackwood tomorrow night. From 7pm, you can learn how to pimp lunchtime treats. With fizzy kombucha jellies, mango chia puddings, orange bliss balls and healthy banana bread on the menu, we’re already salivating. Book your $65 ticket here.
ITALIAN DEGUSTATION AT DADDY LONG LEGS
East Vic Park’s utter deliciousness, Daddy Long Legs, is teaming up with the South Australia winery La Prova tomorrow night. For $80 the winemaker will shower you with wine and the insanely talented kitchen team won’t be far behind with their matching five-course dinner. Book your spot here.
Wednesday 15 November
LEEDERVILLE LONG TABLE SUPPER ON OXFORD STREET
100 diners will be getting amongst the deliciousness that is Oxford Street this Wednesday as The Garden, NOOD, Duende, Pinchos, Three Sisters, Ria, Theo & Co and heaps more come together to produce a ten-course dinner. Book your seat here.
Thursday 16 November
THE DAO OF DYLAN AT ELLINGTON JAZZ CLUB
Following a sellout debut earlier this year, Monique diMattina and Rebecca Barnard will be joining forces this Thursday, drawing on their jazz and blues roots as they deliver songs from the best—Bob Dylan himself. Tickets start from $10. Grab yours here.
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Image credit: Stackwood