COMMUNITY ENJOYS ARTS FESTIVAL
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.
Guada Kocsas, Angelica De Leon and Ana Duncombe.
Roving stilt-walking performers wowed crowds.
Cody Fenner, 12.