UWA Faculty of Arts
20 November: doors open at 6pm, screening begins at 7pm
Media and Communication, the Faculty of Arts invites you to the annual showcase of student creative works. Join us on the 20th of November at the UWA Somerville Auditorium for a picnic and screening of selected short films and enjoy this unique open-air cinema experience.
Doors open at 6pm (BYO picnic) and the screening starts at 7pm. The bar at Somerville will operate throughout the event.
In case precipitation prevails, the event will be held in the neighbouring Octagon Theatre.
This event is open to the public.
This event is suitable for persons aged 5+. The event contacts mild language and mild violence.
28 November: 7.30pm
The Octagon Theatre
A Night You Will Never Forget…!
Fresh off a massive sold-out tour of Australia Rebecca is doing her last show for 2014 in Perth.
Rebecca’s Clairvoyant Shows have to been seen to be believed and her amazing yet natural ability to communicate with those that have crossed over is remarkable to say the least. Attending one of her live show will gives you the opportunity to experience a professional and skilful Australian medium at work.
The seminar beings with an informative and revealing talk about the spirit realm, the ways in which different mediums and Rebecca herself work with those whose home is now on the ‘other side.’ Followed by ‘overheads’, (audience readings) where she demonstrates her mediumship capability by going directly to a person and bring through proof of survival (that life is truly eternal) as well as passing on messages of love. Rebecca gives the audience the opportunities to ask questions at the closing stages of her seminars.
Rebecca is an extremely gifted medium and her abilities to bring forth exceptional proof of survival and intimate and accurate details of love ones who have crossed over scares more than a few but amazes most!
This event is suitable for persons aged 16+.
30 November: 10am-4pm
Perth Upmarket is Perth’s premier quarterly market for original and handcrafted wares. The market brings together over 150 of Perth’s most talented artists, designers, craftsmen and gourmets all under one roof at the University of Western Australia’s Winthrop Hall. Incorporating a dedicated Junior Upmarket and Gourmet section.
Parking and entry are free and the venue is easily accessible. Three ATMs onsite.
Five Senses Coffee
1 December: doors open at 7pm, screening begins at 7.45pm
The Octagon Theatre
A Film About Coffee follows the production of coffee from farms in Honduras and Rwanda to its global consumption. Listening to farmers, buyers, roasters and baristas about the crop’s economic, social and environmental implications the narrative travels to coffee shops in Tokyo, Portland, Seattle, San Francisco and New York, with stops in-between. Dropping in on artisanal cafes to investigate how each prepares its own unique cup, the film opens a window into the little-understood world of specialty coffee.
With a string of wonderfully successful premiere events around the world and overwhelmingly positive feedback online, Five Senses Coffee is proud to be bringing A Film About Coffee to the WA coffee-loving public.
Join us for this premiere screening of the film in WA, with complimentary coffee on arrival and a Q&A session afterwards with key industry personnel. Guests are welcome to arrive anytime from 7:00pm onwards to enjoy coffee before watching the film. The film screening will begin at 7.45pm.
This event is suitable for persons aged 13 and up.
3 December: 6pm
The Octagon Theatre
Magician James Randi (known as ‘The Amazing Randi’) has spent the bulk of his career debunking the claims of self-proclaimed psychics and paranormalists. Randi has an international reputation as a magician and escape artist, but he is perhaps best known as the world’s most tireless investigator and de-mystifier of paranormal and pseudoscientific claims.
The event is run as the first and exclusive public screening of Randi’s new biographical documentary, ‘An Honest Liar’ followed by a fireside chat and Q&A session to hear the tales of this (de)mystifying 86-year-old.
Please note: this event contains swearing and adult themes.
4 December: 7.30pm
5 December: 1pm & 7.30pm
The Dolphin Theatre
Australian Performing Arts Academy presents the Inaugral Certificate IV Musical Theatre & Commercial Dance Showcase for 2014. A showcase that delivers an outstanding range of performances from Australia's future stars.
Please note: The Friday 5th December 1pm performance is an agency seminar followed by a showcase. This performance will run 2h 45m with no interval.
UWA Choral Society
21 December: 7pm
This Christmas, come and hear Bach's joyful telling of the Christmas story. Written for the Christmas season 1734, the Christmas Oratorio comprises several cantatas, each depicting a scene from Christ's birth, from Christmas to Epiphany.
Join Christopher van Tuinen and the UWA Choral Society along with Katja Webb, Courtney Pitman, Andrew Sutherland and Thomas Friberg for a delightful evening of music in the week leading up to Christmas.