REAF SNAPS

COM­MU­NITY EN­JOYS ARTS FES­TI­VAL

Pilbara News - - Lifestyle -

Dozens of peo­ple from all over the City of Kar­ratha gath­ered at the Quar­ter last Sun­day to see out the Red Earth Arts Fes­ti­val for 2017.

REAF Re­cov­ery saw lo­cal musicians show­case their skills in a tal­ent con­test and mas­ter chefs bat­tle it out in a cook­ing com­pe­ti­tion.

Chil­dren en­joyed face paint­ing and games in­clud­ing cro­quet, tick-tack-toe, totem ten­nis and hula hoops, while the adults chilled out in the pop-up bar.

Pun­ters also en­joyed the com­edy stylings of MC Bev Kil­lick, rov­ing per­form­ers, food vans and The Cloud, an in­ter­ac­tive art in­stal­la­tion for one last time.

REAF pro­vided the com­mu­nity with 10 days of ac­tiv­i­ties and en­ter­tain­ment events in­clud­ing com­edy shows, a pop-up roller rink and a cabaret din­ner.

Co­me­di­ans Tahir, Fiona O’Lough­lin, Chris Franklin and Grant Buse had au­di­ences in stitches at Hamp­ton Oval in Dampier on Satur­day, September 16.

Peo­ple of all ages ex­pe­ri­enced a unique mu­si­cal per­for­mance from the Perth Sym­phony Or­ches­tra and beat boxer Tom Thum in Dampier on September 17.

Guests were treated to a night of singing, danc­ing, bur­lesque, cir­cus acts, magic per­for­mances and a three-course din­ner by Em­pire 6714 in the beau­ti­ful sur­rounds of the his­toric town of Cos­sack at The Paris Un­der­ground Cabaret show last Thurs­day and Fri­day nights.

Weird, won­der­ful and ul­tra-sexy, Af­ter Dark also fea­tured a string of per­for­mances by The Show­house Perth, Frankly Wine­house, and co­me­dian Bev Kil­lick in the Kar­ratha LIA last Satur­day night.

Pic­tures: Louise Alling­ham

Guada Koc­sas, An­gel­ica De Leon and Ana Dun­combe.

Rov­ing stilt-walk­ing per­form­ers wowed crowds.

Cody Fen­ner, 12.

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