1. Singsingsing At The Navy
Love singing? Love a chat? Then maybe this is the place for you!
Each week a new song. Get the lyric sheet, listen to the songs and then turn up!
It’s that easy! No auditions, no reading music required.
Just turn up and join the group of highs, mids or lows. By the end of the night you will have mastered a three part harmony for a song or two.
It’s a lot of fun! Come along and see if this is for you.
Tue 14 November 7.30-9.00pm
Suitable for Adults
Fremantle Navy Club
64 High Street
2. Flying Camel Comedy Night
The Laffs just keep coming, upstairs at the Two Sparrows Bar at the Newport!
Every second Tuesday of the month is Open Mic Comedy Night, and Flying Camel Comedy is committed to reinvigorating open mic comedy in Perth.
Grab yourself a drink and settle in for an evening of knee-slapping entertainment, and support local comedy at the same time!
Tue 14 November 7.30 – 10.00pm
Suitable for Adults
Two Sparrows Bar
The Newport Hotel
2 South Terrace
3. Learn The Ropes – Introduction To Sailing
Ever wondered about sailing off into the sunset? Well before you do, you might want to “learn the ropes”!
This entry level 4 week sailing course is designed for those who may have sailed a little (or not at all). Learn the basics of sailing, safety, boating rules, what to look for when you purchase a sailboat, introduction to Navigation, how to anchor, moor and dock, and more! Each evening sailing is followed by a casual chat where you can ask questions and discuss your own sailing plans and dreams.
Come aboard the beautiful 36 foot ketch ‘Charade’ and meet your friendly Captain Base and Co-Captain Jamie for a relaxed and informative program designed to help launch you on your own sailing endeavours.
Wednesday evenings commencing 15 November at 6.00 – 8.45pm
Cost: $112.00 per week
Bookings and Information: southerncrosssailing.com/learn-the-ropes/
Suitable for Adults and 13+ years
Jetty 1 Capo D’Orlando Drive
4. Ashe X: Fremantle Fashion Collective Exhibition
Fashion! Turn to the Left!
Internationally recognized textile artist Fremantle local Kelsey Ashe has created 10 limited edition art works for Fremantle Fashion Fashion Collective. Each piece is intricately drawn to capture the essence of Fremantle, incorporating iconic buildings, foliage birds and even insects!
Ashe is currently completing her PhD in Art and has a particular fascination for the traditional Japanese aesthetic, which influences her work. Her prints have been used by various Australian fashion designers, and she has exhibited overseas.
All hand embellished and exquisitely drawn, you will be captivated by their beauty and grace. Come at sunset to view and/or purchase!
All proceeds from the sale of the 1st edition of works will be donated to the Fremantle Fashion Collective to support future Fremantle Creatives.
Wednesday 15 November 6.30 – 8.00 pm
15 Captain’s Lane
5. Vince Jones
Those lucky enough to have seen and heard Vince Jones over the years will appreciate the value in his performances. He cut his chops on the Australian jazz music scene in the late ‘70s, and with 20 albums under his belt, he now sets the benchmark for others.
His sensitive treatment and interpretation of other composers’ work makes him a delight to listen to, and his unabashed comments on the state of the world leave the listener with something to ponder.
Vince Jones is also a wonderful trumpet player. He works with the best jazz musicians Australia has to offer and this evening will be no exception. Expect to lose yourself in a cocoon of sound. Come and experience Vince Jones perform live!
Thursday 16 November 7.00pm
Cost: VIP Tix – $64.50 – Includes complimentary cocktail on arrival, meet & greet the artist and reserved front seating
GA Tix – $44.50
Suitable for Adults
179 High Street
6. ‘Elements’ Art Exhibition
Can there be a more beautiful place to be in Fremantle at sunset than Bathers Beach? You have coffee, food, art and a killer view!
This mixed media exhibition of sculpture and paintings is informed by the four elements of nature. Kirsty Watkins and ‘Shabbi’ showcase their recent ‘elemental’ works in the delightful Kidogo art space. All pieces are available for purchase.
Thursday 16 November 6.00 – 8.00pm
RSVP for catering purposes – 0487 218 922
7. Memoir Writing Workshop
Have you ever considered writing your memoir, or business story? We are all born storytellers – it forms part of our human narrative. Stories have existed since time immemorial and are passed down through the generations. It’s how we learn about our history, our family, our community.
This Free introductory workshop is to help people discover whether this is something they might be interested in. You will be introduced to the nuances of storytelling, memory mining techniques, how to edit for presentation to a publisher, the differences between publishing and self-publishing, how to upload and sell on Amazon and more.
The interactive workshops can accommodate 6 people per session only, so get in quick.
Saturday 18 November 10.00am – 1.00pm
Free Event (groups of 6 only per session)
Suitable for Adults
Suite 17, Ground Floor
185 High Street
8. Super Summer Feast
Summer has arrived!! And to celebrate the Fremantle Sailing Club is putting on a summer feast like no other near the water!
There will be live entertainment from the band ‘Landslide’ and plenty of pizza, paella, fish and spit roast!
Dress up in theme (Summer /Beach / Hawaiian) and be in the running to win a prize!
Saturday 18 November 5.00 til Late
Cost: $35 per head; Children U14 – $15
Bookings: 9435 8800
Fremantle Sailing Club
9. Music – Looking Through The Chagall Windows Of Israel
This fourth and final concert in the ‘Pipe Organs Plus for 2017’ series features the grand organ and trumpet. It celebrates the extraordinary stained glass art of Marc Chagall, work he began very late in life.
The 12 stained glass windows at the Abbell Synagogue at Hadassah University Medical Centre bathe the space in a special glow. They reflect the passion and inspiration Chagall found in the Bible and they stand as testimony to the power of artistic endeavour.
Join Principal trumpeter with WASO Brent Grapes and organist Dominic Perissinotto to celebrate Chagall and specially selected music to complement.
The audience can expect to hear virtuosic playing of baroque favourites such as J.S Bach and Jeremiah Clarke together with work by Alan Hovhaness, Petr Eben, Franz Liszt.
Come with your cushion (if you prefer). Afternoon tea is provided.
Sunday 19 November 2.30pm
Cost: A $40; Conc $35; Under 18 $20
Bookings Recommended: www.trybooking.com/
Suitable for All
The Basilica of St Patrick
Cnr Parry and Adelaide Streets
10. Cacao Ceremony
What better way to wind down on a Sunday than with relaxing music and cacao? Be transported as you sit in quiet repose listening to the beautiful soundscape provided, enjoying a drink of cacao.
If you need to decompress this could be for you. Leave your phone at the door!
Sunday 19 November 1.30 – 4.30pm
Cost: $50 per person (12 places only)
Bookings: [email protected]
35 Harvest Road