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PINK FLOYD EX­PE­RI­ENCE Pink Floyd Ex­pe­ri­ence re­turn to Aus­tralia to present a tril­ogy of Pink Floyd al­bums, An­i­mals, Dark

Side of the Moon and Wish You Were Here, played in their en­tirety. DE­TAILS: Perth Con­cert Hall, 8pm, Mon­day, June

19. Tick­ets from

$100.91 at www.tick­et­mas­ter.com.au.

TAMAGOTCHI RE­SET + OTHER

DOOMSDAYS Finn’s new Tamagotchi is act­ing a bit weird and Scott’s hav­ing fever dreams about ris­ing sea lev­els. From the minds be­hind The Epic comes a new fac­tual spec­tac­u­lar about the end of hu­man­ity and our re­la­tion­ship with the world around us.

DE­TAILS: The Blue Room, Perth Cul­tural Cen­tre, June 20 to July 8. Tick­ets from $18 at www.the­blue­room.org.au.

HEART LINES At only 19 years old, Noah was the re­cip­i­ent of a heart trans­plant. Three years later, he de­cides to send a video to his donor’s fam­ily ex­press­ing his grat­i­tude, caus­ing him to re­flect on his jour­ney through de­spair and re­cov­ery. Part of the Su­bi­aco Theatre Fes­ti­val sea­son.

DE­TAILS: Su­bi­aco Arts Cen­tre, June 21 to 24. Tick­ets $26 at www.tick­etek.com.au.

BRICK­MAN WON­DERS OF THE

WORLD More than 50 awe-in­spir­ing mod­els will be on dis­play, tak­ing vis­i­tors on a hands-on, ed­u­ca­tional jour­ney through his­tory. Kids and adults will come face-to­face with Lego ver­sions of world fa­mous land­marks and take part in in­ter­ac­tive ac­tiv­i­ties.

DE­TAILS: Perth Con­ven­tion and Ex­hi­bi­tion Cen­tre, June 22 to July 30. Tick­ets from $20 at www.tick­etek.com.au. LIGHTS BY DREAMWORKS Mod­elled on the tra­di­tional Chi­nese Lantern Fes­ti­val, Lights by Dreamworks fea­tures huge il­lu­mi­nated fig­ures of those much-loved char­ac­ters fa­mil­iar to the fans of the Shrek, Kung Fu Panda, How to Train Your Dragon and Mada­gas­car movies. There are also ac­tiv­i­ties, rides, a cin­ema ex­pe­ri­ence and an­i­ma­tronic dragon. DE­TAILS: Crown Pyra­mid, June 23 to July 23. Tick­ets from $29.29 at www.tick­et­mas­ter.com.au.

JOHN INVERARITY The Church of the Res­ur­rec­tion, Swan­bourne-mount Clare­mont pre­sents An Evening with John Inverarity who is ex­pe­ri­enced in ed­u­ca­tional and sport­ing spheres. Lis­ten to Inverarity speak and par­tic­i­pate in a Q and A.

DE­TAILS: The Church of the Res­ur­rec­tion, 105 Shen­ton Rd, Swan­bourne, 7.30pm Fri­day, June 23. Tick­ets from $25 at www.try­book­ing.com/ q gsm.

CHRIS ROCK It has been nine years since co­me­dian, ac­tor, di­rec­tor and writer Chris Rock has been in Aus­tralia and he re­turns to present his suc­cess­ful The To­tal Black­out tour.

DE­TAILS: Perth Arena, Fri­day, June 23. Tick­ets from $94.40 at www.tick­etek.com.au.

BUSBY MAROU Busby Marou is tour­ing the coun­try with lat­est al­bum Post­cards From The Shell

House. DE­TAILS: Northshore Tav­ern, June 23, Mun­dar­ing Weir Ho­tel, June 24, The Boston, June 25. Tick­ets at www.bus­by­marou.com.

CITY BEACH SHS STAFF

RE­UNION All staff who ever worked at City Beach SHS, teach­ing or non teach­ing, are wel­come to at­tend. DE­TAILS: Floreat, 2pm, Satur­day, June 24. Con­tact Maryanne Charles at maryan­necharles1955@gmail.com for more.

TOBY AL­BUM LAUNCH Perth lo­cal Toby Beard will re­lease her new six-track EP Fall Into Me and has told fans to ex­pect some­thing big. DE­TAILS: Fly by Night, Fre­man­tle, doors 7pm, Satur­day, June 24. Tick­ets $34.50 at www.fly­bynight.org.

WINE SHOW BY THE BAY This bi-an­nual bou­tique wine expo will fea­ture la­bels from top lo­cal, na­tional and in­ter­na­tional winer­ies in ad­di­tion to of­fer­ing a se­lec­tion of mas­ter­classes, cook­ing demon­stra­tions and an ex­clu­sive Moet & Chan­don lunch. DE­TAILS:

The Univer­sity Club of WA, UWA, 11am-5pm, Satur­day, June 24. Entry $20 with demon­stra­tions, mas­ter­classes and lunch ex­tra. Pro­gram at www.uni­ver­si­ty­club.uwa.edu.au.

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