It certainly doesn’t feel like spring has sprung just yet, but when the suns out again there are lots of outdoor events in particular to watch out for. However, if a night in is your preference there is also some exciting theatre and events as well.
Runaway Balloon presents: Someone Stole Dee Perse’s Tree (and other short stories).
This event is an anthology of five short plays described as a collision of ‘the mundane and the strange’. Set to hit the Subiaco Arts Centre from the 8th to the 11th of September. Directed by Bec Fingher and written by Rupert Williamson this night of dark comedies promises a night of laughs and intrigue. And also, a live tree.
Chittering Spring Fest
Sprawled between Bindoon and Chittering, Spring Fest includes theatre, market days, gardening workshops, stargazing evenings and picnics. Mixed with free and ticketed events the festival runs from the 1st to the 19thof September.
Every Brilliant Thing
Running to the 18th of September at the state theatre underground and performed by Luke Hewitt this play encourages us all to appreciate simple pleasures in life. With optimism and comedy this show by Black Swan seems perfect for Spring.
Kings Park Festival
The annual Kings Park Festival is always a timely one, with spring bringing new life and colour to the gardens. The mesmerising wildflowers along with workshops, live music, art exhibitions and more.
Artisans of the Republic
La Delizia Latticini, Sue Lewis, Futari Wagyu, The Mushroom Guys, Local Goat and Leeuwin Coast and others join Republic of Fremantle for this immersive dining series. Located in the distillery, courses will be paired with one of Republic’s artisan gins.