LYMPHOMA CHARITY BALL
Perth twins Jessica and Melyssa Spragg have organised the 2017 Charity Ball for Lymphoma Support in memory of their friend Jarryd Dorney. Funds from the masquerade ball will help Lymphoma Australia provide a specialised lymphoma nurse in Perth hospitals to give medical support and information to patients and their families. DETAILS: Linton & Kay Galleries, 137 St Georges Tce, Perth, 7.30-11.30pm, Saturday, April 22. Tickets $145 at www.eventbrite.com.au.
PHILL JUPITUS Jupitus is heading to Australia with his new show Juplicity. Join the comedian, poet, improviser and television stalwart for over an hour of tales, laughs and diversions. DETAILS: Regal Theatre, Subiaco, 7.30pm, Tuesday, April 25. Tickets $48.90 at www.ticketek.com.au.
ANZAC COTTAGE The Friends of Anzac Cottage will honour Anzac Day with its annual Sunset Service at the going down of the sun at 5.15pm. The cottage is open 3-6pm with a free wreath-making workshop for children from 3pm. DETAILS: 38 Kalgoorlie Street, Mt Hawthorn, 5.15pm, Tuesday, April 25. Free entry with afternoon tea by a gold coin donation.
SPANISH FILM FESTIVAL The Spanish Film Festival is celebrating 20 years with a program of more than 30 films. Audiences are invited to indulge in almost three weeks of Spanish culture on the big screen. Sydney-based celebrity chef Miguel Maestre will join the party as this year's ambassador. DETAILS: Cinema Paradiso, James St, Northbridge, April 27 to May 17. Program and tickets at www.lunapalace.com.au.
FAZIOLI FASCINATION WAAPA head of piano Anna Sleptsova has curated a special program of piano masterworks covering the whole gamut of the keyboard repertoire to be performed by classical piano students and staff. DETAILS: Music Auditorium, WAAPA, Mt Lawley campus, 7.30pm, Thursday, April 27. Tickets from $22 at www.waapa.ecu.edu.au.
EFFIE THE VIRGIN BRIDE Mary Coustas is bringing her hit onewoman theatrical production Effie The Virgin Bride back to Perth for two nights at Perth Comedy Festival. Fans can see Effie, with her immaculately conceived daughter Aphrodite and her womanising yet lovable Uncle Vasili, at the mother of all weddings. DETAILS: Regal Theatre, Subiaco, April 28 and 29. Tickets from $59.90 at www.ticketek.com.au. Effie The Virgin Bride @ Regal Theatre
PAW PATROL LIVE! Based on the animated television series, PAW Patrol Live! Race to the Rescue brings everybody's favourite pups to the stage for an action-packed, high-energy, musical adventure. DETAILS: Riverside Theatre, Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre, April 28 and 29. Tickets from $29.90 at www.ticketek. com.au.
THE LIGHTHOUSE GIRL Based on Albany author Dianne Wolfer's novels, The Lighthouse Girl is the story of Fay who at the outbreak of war in 1914 found purpose in transcribing morse code messages from soldiers stationed offshore before heading to the front line. DETAILS: Studio Underground, State Theatre Centre of WA, April 28 to May 14. Tickets from $34 at www.ticketek.com.au. The Lighthouse Girl @ Studio Underground PERTH GLAUCOMA SUPPORT GROUP Professor Bill Morgan will discuss his latest technique in glaucoma surgery, the AqueSys. Jill Durey, one of Morgan's first patients to trial the procedure, will also speak. DETAILS: Harry Perkins Building, QQ Block, QEII Campus, Nedlands, behind southern side of Lions Eye Institute, 2-4pm, Saturday, April 29. Entry $5 includes afternoon tea and raffle ticket. RSVP for catering to Gaela on 0416 074 415 or email email@example.com.
DAVID O'DOHERTY It has been a tough year for humanity, but comedian O'Doherty is going to fix everything with his head full of dreams, a heart full of hope and a keyboard from 1986. DETAILS: Regal Theatre, Subiaco, 7.30pm, Sunday, April 30. Tickets from $39 at www.ticketek. com.au.
GREEN DAY The rockers will undertake their first headline Australian tour since 2009, this time showcasing new album Revolution Radio. DETAILS: Perth Arena, 7pm, Sunday, April 30. Tickets from $120.55 at www.ticketek.com.au.