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TAKUTO: BAL­LET AT THE QUARRY

Set­tle un­der the stars at Quarry Am­phithe­atre for this year's Bal­let at the Quarry sea­son. WA Bal­let will present a se­ries of four short works: In Tran­sit, Bal­let 101, The Clear­est Light and Takuto. DE­TAILS: Quarry Am­phithe­atre, City Beach, Fe­bru­ary 3 to 25. Tick­ets from $48 at www.tick­et­mas­ter.com.au.

GRAEME OF THRONES

Cre­ated by a team of UK comedy writ­ers, Graeme of Thrones is an orig­i­nal and unau­tho­rised par­ody of the in­ter­na­tional phe­nom­e­non that is Game of Thrones, where avid Thrones fan Graeme just wants to recre­ate his favourite fan­tasy saga on stage. DE­TAILS: Cir­cus The­atre, Perth Cultural Cen­tre un­til Fe­bru­ary 5. Tick­ets from $19 at www.fringe­world. com.au.

STAR­MAN

Dutch/Ger­man per­former Sven Ratzke presents this show in­spired by the mu­sic of David Bowie. The star­burst of cabaret and rock show ex­pe­ri­ence will take au­di­ences on a crazy, intimate and funny ride. DE­TAILS: De Parel Spiegel­tent, Perth Cultural Cen­tre, Fe­bru­ary 6 to 12. Tick­ets from $31 at www.fringe­world.com.au.

MATT HALE: SERV­ING SUG­GES­TION

Comedy hyp­no­tist Hale re­turns to Fringe World Fes­ti­val to serve up a new stack of laugh-out-loud, feel­good hyp­notic sug­ges­tions. DE­TAILS: Noo­dle Palace, North­bridge, un­til Fe­bru­ary 19. Tick­ets from $21 at www.fringe­world.com.au.

TODDLERFEST

Scitech will trans­form into an ex­clu­sive play­ground for tod­dlers in Fe­bru­ary. Toddlerfest is de­signed for chil­dren aged two to five years and their fam­i­lies and lets them imag­ine, dis­cover and ex­plore to­gether. See a spe­cial plan­e­tar­ium show, meet the farm an­i­mals and play in the Tod­dler's Won­der­land. DE­TAILS: Scitech, City West, West Perth, Fe­bru­ary 4 to 19. Nor­mal Scitech ad­mis­sion prices ap­ply.

EX­POS­ING EDITH

This cabaret tale is about French singer Edith Piaf. Cre­ated and per­formed by Michaela Burger and Greg Wain, it show­cases Piaf favourites La Vie en Rose and Non, je ne Re­grette Rien along­side lesser known gems and links each with touch­ing sto­ries about the singer's life. DE­TAILS: Burt Me­mo­rial Hall, Cathe­dral Square, Perth, Fe­bru­ary 6 to 11. Tick­ets from $30 at www.fringe­world.com.au.

ALONE OUT­SIDE

This one-woman show written by Liz Newell and per­formed by Jo Mor­ris is for any­one who's ever hated be­ing homesick. DE­TAILS: The Blue Room The­atre Stu­dio, Fe­bru­ary 7 to 11. Tick­ets from $21 at www.fringe­world. com.au.

OH WHAT A NIGHT!

This mu­si­cal trib­ute is a scripted, chore­ographed pro­duc­tion and a won­der­ful way to re-live the magic of Frankie Valli and the Four Sea­sons, or en­joy it for the first time. DE­TAILS: Crown The­atre Perth, 8pm, Thurs­day, Fe­bru­ary 9. Tick­ets from $49.50 at www.tick­et­mas­ter.com.au.

BECKY BRUNNING

Fresh from film­ing the fi­nal se­ries of UK tele­vi­sion drama Broad­church, co­me­dian and ac­tor Brunning is bring­ing her first solo stand-up show Beam­ing to Aus­tralia. DE­TAILS: Burt Me­mo­rial Hall, Cathe­dral Square, Perth, Fe­bru­ary 10 to 18. Tick­ets from $21 at www.fringe­world.com.au.

BOORNA WAANGINY: THE TREES SPEAK

Kings Park will trans­form over three nights into a cathe­dral of light, sound and im­agery to ex­plore the bio­di­ver­sity and beauty of the six sea­sons of south­west­ern Aus­tralia. The open­ing event for Perth In­ter­na­tional Arts Fes­ti­val 2017 is a free walk-through ex­pe­ri­ence starting along Fraser Av­enue with 3D pro­jec­tions on its well-known eu­ca­lyp­tus trees. DE­TAILS: Fraser Ave at Kings Park to Pioneer Women's Me­mo­rial, prom­e­nade pedes­trian only event, Fe­bru­ary 10 to 12, any time 810.30pm.

FES­TI­VAL GAR­DENS

Mu­sic lovers can en­joy 21 nights of in­ter­na­tional headliners, lo­cal he­roes and guest DJs as PIAF's Fes­ti­val Gar­dens re­turns to El­iz­a­beth Quay. DE­TAILS: El­iz­a­beth Quay, Fe­bru­ary 10 to March 5. Pro­gram and tick­ets at www.perth­fes­ti­val.com.au

PARMELIA HIL­TON'S WED­DING OPEN DAY

Parmelia Hil­ton is hold­ing a wed­ding open day where prospective brides and grooms can be­gin to plan their spe­cial day. DE­TAILS: Parmelia Hil­ton, Perth, 9.30am to 2.30pm, Sun­day, Fe­bru­ary 12.

Boorna Waanginy: The Trees Speak @ Kings Park

Toddlerfest @ Scitech

Takuto: Bal­let at the Quarry @ Quarry Am­phithe­atre

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