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ICE SKATING AT EL­IZ­A­BETH

QUAY The event in­cludes open air ice skating with fall­ing snow as well as an ice slide and gi­ant jump­ing cas­tle while rais­ing funds for Va­ri­ety, the chil­dren’s char­ity.

DE­TAILS: El­iz­a­beth Quay, The Es­planade, Perth, June 23 to July 16. Open­ing hours, tick­et­ing and more at www.skatin­gat.com.au.

AFRICAN ART EX­HI­BI­TION

Another An­tipodes’ Ur­ban Axis ex­hi­bi­tion is poised to de­liver some of the fresh­est new art from Africa this win­ter. Cu­rated by Sanyan­gore, Va­lerie Kabov and Roelof van Wyk, in col­lab­o­ra­tion with lead­ing South­ern African gal­leries, the ex­hi­bi­tion will present more than 100 works by 47 artists. DE­TAILS: PS Art Space, Fre­man­tle, un­til July 22. En­try from $8.

WINTERWORLD Winterworld Aus­tralia is skating in to the Es­planade Re­serve, Fre­man­tle and Sor­rento Quay Board­walk, Hil­larys, for 23 days of out­door ice-skating and ac­tiv­i­ties for all ages. DE­TAILS: Es­planade Re­serve and Sor­rento Quay Board­walk, June 24 to July 16. Ses­sion times and tick­ets at www.winterworld.com.au.

VOY­AGE OF THE SOUTH­ERN

SUN Aus­tralian Geo­graphic's Ad­ven­turer of the Year Michael Smith will be at The Wind­sor for a Q and A screen­ing of his new film, Voy­age of the South­ern Sun.

DE­TAILS: The Wind­sor Cin­ema, Ned­lands, 3.30pm, Sun­day, June 25. Tick­ets at www.lu­na­palace.com.au.

PERTH CON­CERT HALL TOURS Take a back­stage tour of Perth Con­cert Hall as vol­un­teers guide pa­trons in ar­eas of the venue they don’t nor­mally see. There is a limit of 16 peo­ple for each tour time and chil­dren un­der 15 years of age must be ac­com­pa­nied by an adult. En­try by gold coin do­na­tion.

DE­TAILS: Perth Con­cert Hall, 9.30am­noon (ses­sions half an hour), June 26, July 3, July 18 and Au­gust 11. Reser­va­tions by email­ing info@perth­con­certhall. com.au.

LI­BRARY OF LOVE PRE­MIERE

SCREEN­ING Li­brary of Love tells the story of a li­brar­ian and hope­less ro­man­tic who spends her days read­ing ro­mance nov­els and dream­ing of true love. The mu­si­cal ro­man­tic com­edy will screen with Tango Un­der­pants, both films the re­sult of crowd­fund­ing cam­paigns. DE­TAILS: Hale School, 160 Hale Rd, Wem­b­ley Downs, 6pm, Tues­day, June 27. Tick­ets $20 at www.tiny.cc/ loltick­ets.

MU­SIC OF GE­ORGE MICHAEL

On June 27, two days af­ter what would have been Ge­orge Michael’s 54th birth­day, Perth Sym­phony Or­ches­tra and the WAAPA Gospel Choir will pay trib­ute to this mu­si­cal leg­end in Faith and Free­dom: The Mu­sic of Ge­orge Michael. DE­TAILS: As­tor Theatre, Mt Law­ley, 8pm, Tues­day, June 27. Tick­ets from $74.50 at www.as­torthe­atreperth.com.

THE GREAT RI­DOL­PHI Star­ring ac­tor Steve Turner, this one-man show dances the line of mys­ti­cism and won­der at Su­bi­aco Theatre Fes­ti­val.

DE­TAILS: Su­bi­aco Arts Cen­tre, Hamer­s­ley Rd, June 28 to July 1. Tick­ets $30 at www.tick­etek.com.au.

HAPPYGRAM FILM

FUNDRAISER Happygram the Movie

ex­plores the reper­cus­sions of with­hold­ing in­for­ma­tion about breast den­sity from women in their mam­mo­gram re­port. Pro­ceeds from the screen­ing go to Harry Perkins In­sti­tute of Med­i­cal Re­search. DE­TAILS: Harry Perkins In­sti­tute of Med­i­cal Re­search, 6 Ver­dun St, Ned­lands, 6pm for 7pm screen­ing, Wed­nes­day, June 28. Tick­ets from $10 at www.eventbrite.com.au.

VENISSIMA ART EX­HI­BI­TION

The ex­hi­bi­tion fea­tures im­pres­sion­ist style orig­i­nal paint­ings by Vene­tian artists Gian­franco Fab­bris DE­TAILS: Gallery Lu­mino, 53 Rokeby Rd, Su­bi­aco un­til June 30.

WIN­TER ROLLERLAND

Chil­dren aged three to 12 years old can en­joy the nov­elty of roller skating in For­rest Place at Win­ter Rollerland these school hol­i­days. See www.vis­it­perthc­ity.com for in­for­ma­tion on ticket re­lease dates and an­nounce­ments on big kid skating ses­sions.

DE­TAILS: For­rest Place, 10.30am to 3pm, July 1 to 16. Free with tick­ets at www.vis­it­perthc­ity. com.

The Great Ri­dol­phi @ Su­bi­aco Arts Cen­tre

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