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Where To Watch The Royal Wedding In Perth

By Anna Franklyn - 15 May 2018

Where To Watch Royal Wedding Perth


Perth, the royal wedding is almost here and if you haven’t figured out your plans for Saturday night you’ll want to lock something in ASAP!

Whether you want to watch it with a jam scone cocktail in hand at a bar, or in the comfort of your home, we’ve got you covered.

Here’s where to watch the royal wedding in Perth.

Wolf Lane

Perth

Wolf Lane is putting on a British bash to celebrate the royal nuptials and you’d be mad to miss it. They’re putting on jam scone teapot cocktails (omg) and there will be a DJ spinning all your fave British tunes from 7pm. Get all the details here.

The Windsor Hotel

South Perth

The Windsor is celebrating Harry and Meghan’s wedding with champagne and strawberries and cream, food and drink specials fit for a queen and sweepstakes. Oh, and they’ll also be screening the royal wedding live. Get the deets here.

The Stables

Perth

Royalists, you’ll remember that back in 2015 Prince Harry actually dined at Perth’s very own Stables Bar, so of course they’ll be celebrating the big day. For just $30, you can have what he had back in 2015—pork belly, fat chips and a Corona (or a sparkling Chandon if you’re not into beer). The wedding will be on the screen, but there won’t be any sound, so this is more for pork belly die hards rather than royal wedding die hards.

The Vic

Subiaco

When a pub is named after Queen Victoria, we’d expect nothing less than a live screening of the royal wedding at The Vic! Pop in and take advantage of their $4 pints. Get the deets here.

Event Cinemas

All over Perth

If you want to watch the big event on the big screen, head to your local Event Cinema and join the other die hard fans to watch Harry and Meghan say ‘I do’. Get the deets here.

At Home

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If you want to watch in the comfort of your home, you’re in luck because not one, but four channels will be screening the royal wedding for your viewing pleasure. Our pick is probably SBS, where you’ll have Myf Warhurt, Joel Creasy and Ray Martin keeping you up to speed with all the goings on. Over on ABC, Annabel Crabb and Jeremy Ferandez will be commentating, while Melissa Doyle and Michael Usher will be taking the reins on Channel Seven. Last but not least, Georgie Gardner and Karl Stefanovic will be giving you the play by play on Channel Nine.

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