Big chance to see gulls

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Arts -

SEAG­ULLS are a com­mon sight around Fre­man­tle; just do not freak out if you see an over­sized pair of birds run­ning for your fish and chips this week­end.

The Gi­ant Seag­ulls have flown into town all the way from the United King­dom to take part in this week­end’s Fre­man­tle Street Arts Fes­ti­val and will be tak­ing ev­ery op­por­tu­nity to steal some food and cre­ate a bit of havoc.

One seag­ull said they had been rov­ing around cities all over the world since 1999.

“The ab­so­lute joy of our job is that we get to make peo­ple laugh for a liv­ing,” he said.

“That’s a pretty nice thing to have in your life and it also keeps us very joy­ful in our day to day lives.

“We are very ex­cited about com­ing to Fre­man­tle for the Street Arts Fes­ti­val and the pro­gram looks fan­tas­tic, with all sorts of amaz­ing per­form­ers from around the world.”

The Gi­ant Seag­ulls will be rov­ing from Lit­tle Crea­tures and Nor­folk Ho­tel on Satur­day from 1pm and 3pm re­spec­tively. Sun­day will see them start from Vic­to­ria Quay at 1pm and Lit­tle Crea­tures from 4pm and Mon­day they will start from the Nor­folk Ho­tel at 2pm and Lit­tle Crea­tures at 4pm.

The Fre­man­tle Street Arts Fes­ti­val runs from April 4-6.

Visit www.fre­mantlestory.com.au for more in­for­ma­tion on the Fre­man­tle Street Arts Fes­ti­val.

The Gi­ant Seag­ulls

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