Oh you thought you were going to have a quiet week in the lead up to the Easter long weekend? Sorry, no can do. Perthlings you’ve got reggae to listen to, theatre to see and so much food to eat!
Here are 5 awesome things to do in Perth this week.
Monday 21 March
World Poetry Day
To celebrate world poetry day, all you early morning commuters who pass through the either the Murray or Hay Street Mall are going to be treated to a fresh flower with a hand-written haiku poem attached, each one created by a WA poet especially for you! Talk about a nice start way to start your week. Get more info here.
The Wailers At The Astor Theatre
The Wailers—as in Bob Marley & The Wailers—are hitting P-town tonight so if you’re into reggae you can’t miss this. These guys have also played with the likes of Sting, The Fugees and Stevie Wonder, so basically the biggest and bestest reggae band ever. Get tickets here.
Wednesday 23 March – Sun 3 April
Burn The Floor At The Regal Theatre
Ohh gawd I’m getting the happies just thinking about this. Ballroom dancing on steroids, a couple of singers and a live band are going to have you wishing you didn’t give up those jazz classes as a kid. Get tickets here.
Thursday 24 March
Northbridge Ramble And Relish
Wondering Wok Tours have been doing walking tours in Perth for 15 years and they know what they’re doing. This one has been created for Eat Drink Perth and you’ll get to taste some dim sum, Mexican, Chinese, Italian and a bit of Turkish delight to really make sure your jeans are popping open by the end of it. Book tickets here.
Oyster Nights With Carl Thee Shucker At The Inglewood Hotel
Oyster Nights with Carl Thee Shucker are back, #shuckyes! There will be wine and oyster specials on all night so head down at 6pm and settle in for some fresh oyster goodness. Get more info here.
Want more? Check out How To Eat Drink Perth Like A Pro for more awesome things to do in Perth.
Image credit: Louise Coghill