Art of circus in focus
From Old Customs House to the Freo Big Top — an aerialist view by artist Ian De Souza. Celebrating Circus offers the public an opportunity to observe the physical art of circus and to experience the workings and beauty inside a traditional Big Top through the eyes of De Souza. It’s on until November 18 at DADAA – Old Boys School, Fremantle, and is open daily from 10am-4pm (except Saturdays). See circuswa.com.
Marathon play generator
In this fast-paced drama incubator 24-hour Play Generator, WA Youth Theatre Co creates new works from concept, to script, to stage, in an event. Six writers work all night, each writing a brand-new short play which will be handed to six directors to work with a cast of
performers for 12 hours to bring the work to life. At the 24th hour — 7.30pm, November 17 — the audience arrives to enjoy six
premieres in one evening at Subiaco Arts Centre. Bookings at waytco.com.
Christmas gift ideas at market
Now in their 10th year, Perth’s biggest handmade artisan markets will present a smorgasbord of gift ideas at its Christmas Market, on November 17 and 18 at Princess May Park, Fremantle. More than 60 designer and artisan stalls will showcase independently made art, design, fashion and homewares from local artists.
Music and machines mix
Presented by Tura, WA ensemble GreyWing present six works where the machine is front and centre. Ex Machina explores music made from, and inspired by, machines and the mechanical. It’s on at 7.30pm on November 14 at Old Customs House, Fremantle. Bookings can be made at eventbrite.com.au.
GreyWing present six works where the machine is front and centre.
Christmas market wares.