LYM­PHOMA CHAR­ITY BALL

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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 gaela12@hot­mail.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.

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