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NIGHT NOO­DLE MAR­KETS The Asian hawker-style pop-up mar­kets will com­prise more than 20 stalls, in­clud­ing three bars, with mod­ern Asian, Korean, Thai, Filipino, Chi­nese, Viet­namese and Ja­panese cuisines. Food of­fer­ings start from $10 each. DE­TAILS: Perth Cul­tural Cen­tre, nightly

March 18 to 29. Open from 5pm week­days and 4pm week­ends.


TELETHON The fifth an­nual duck derby will fea­ture a day of free fam­ily en­ter­tain­ment and food stalls. Adopt one of thou­sands of plas­tic yel­low ducks and see yours float down Claise­brook Cove in a race to the fin­ish line, rais­ing money for WA char­i­ties.

DE­TAILS: Claise­brook Cove, East Perth, 9am-4pm, Sun­day, March 22. More at www.duck­derby.com.au.

YEAR 12 PER­SPEC­TIVES The an­nual ex­hi­bi­tion show­cases art by some of the best, bright­est and most tal­ented grad­u­at­ing high school artists in WA. This year the judg­ing panel se­lected 69 stu­dents. The Peo­ple's Choice Award vot­ing closes on May 17. DE­TAILS: Art Gallery of WA, Perth, show­ing un­til June 1. Free en­try.


VAL Bring along a pic­nic or pick up some eats nearby and in­dulge your guilty cinema plea­sures for free at North­bridge Pi­azza with screen­ings of foodie-flavour films.

DE­TAILS: North­bridge Pi­azza, cnr James and Lake sts, 8.30pm, Wed­nes­days and 5.30pm, Satur­days.

Un­dertheTus­canSun, March 25, No Reser­va­tions, April 1, Cloudy with a Chance of Meat­balls, April 4, Cho­co­lat, April 8, Rata­touille, April 11,

The Five Year En­gage­ment, April 15,

Fan­tas­ticMrFox, April 18 and Wait­ress, April 22. OC­TO­NAUTS LIVE! The chil­dren's car­toon has been brought to life for a new stage show mu­si­cal adventure in Oc­to­nauts Live!Op­er­a­tion Reef Shield. Watch Cap­tain Bar­na­cles and his trusty crew join forces with a host of colour­ful Aus­tralian reef dwellers on a mission to save the Great Bar­rier Reef. DE­TAILS: Crown Theatre Perth, Burswood, March 26 to 28. Tick­ets from $29.90 at www.tick­etek.com.au.

WAAPA DI­RECT The an­nual event re­turns to Fre­man­tle Arts Cen­tre for a spe­cial one-off show star­ring the tal­ented up-and-com­ing per­form­ers from the jazz and mu­sic theatre pro­grams. DE­TAILS: Fre­man­tle Arts Cen­tre, 7pm, Fri­day, March 27. Tick­ets $20 at www.fac.org.au/ waapa-di­rect.

DESSERT GAR­DEN Eat Drink Perth's in­au­gu­ral Dessert Gar­den will see the Twi­light Hawk­ers Mar­ket ex­tend be­yond Forrest Place, trans­form­ing the Mur­ray Street Mall Lounge into an astro-turfed par­adise of desserts.

DE­TAILS: Mur­ray St Lounge, 4.30pm-9pm, ev­ery Fri­day (ex­cept Good Fri­day) un­til April 24 and Thurs­day, April 2. MIS­CHA MAISKY IN CON­CERT Per­son­ally in­vited to the West Aus­tralian Sym­phony Orches­tra by prin­ci­pal con­duc­tor Asher Fisch, cel­list Maisky will play Bloch and Strauss in his first Perth per­for­mances. DE­TAILS: Perth Con­cert Hall,

March 27 and 28. Tick­ets from $18.35 at www.tick­etek.com.au.

MEET THE CHEFS Meet Adri­ano, Shaun Pres­land and Matt Stone as they sign copies of their books, min­gle with stall­hold­ers and chat about their pas­sion for food at the Twi­light Hawk­ers Mar­ket. DE­TAILS: Forrest Place, Perth, 6pm,

Fri­day, March 27. Free en­try.

WIZBAH REDUX Low­brow Perth night­club the Wizbah reopens to a new gen­er­a­tion of artists, per­form­ers and pun­ters for one night only.

DE­TAILS: The Bak­ery, 223 James St, North­bridge, 7pm, Satur­day, March

28. En­try $25.

THE WIZ Per­formed by Iona Pre­sen­ta­tion Col­lege, The Wiz is based on story The Won­der­ful Wiz­ard of Oz, but told through the mu­si­cal lens of the Mo­town era. DE­TAILS: Re­gal Theatre, Subiaco, March 28 to 30. Tick­ets $40.78 at www.tick­etek.com.au.

YUM CHA IN THE PARK The fourth an­nual Yum Cha in the Park brings a feast of Chi­nese and other Asian flavours. Sam­ple the colour, cul­ture and flavours of Yum Cha from an ar­ray of lo­cal stall­hold­ers plus en­ter­tain­ment in­clud­ing live mu­sic, lion and cul­tural dances.

DE­TAILS: North­bridge Pi­azza, cnr James and Lake sts, 11am-4pm, Satur­day, March 28. Free en­try.


FES­TI­VAL West Coast Blues N Roots Fes­ti­val re­turns to Fre­man­tle Park with an all-star cast of your favourite blues, roots, rock and soul artists from past and present. This year's line-up in­cludes John But­ler Trio, Paolo Nu­tini, David Gray, Paul Kelly Presents The Merri Soul Ses­sions and Xavier Rudd and the United Na­tions.

DE­TAILS: Fre­man­tle Park, Fre­man­tle, gates 10.30am, Sun­day, March

29. Tick­ets from $159 at www.moshtix.com.au.

Oc­to­naut­sLive! @ Crown Theatre Perth

NightNoodleMar­kets @ Perth

Cul­tural Cen­tre

WestCoastBluesNRoot­sFes­ti­val @

Fre­man­tle Park

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