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AWE­SOME MOVIE SOUND

EF­FECTS WORK­SHOPS AWE­SOME will be run­ning movie sound ef­fects work­shops dur­ing the July school hol­i­days. Join artist Kero O'shea to cre­ate your own movie sound ef­fect sound track. Suit­able for ages six to 12 years.

DE­TAILS: State Li­brary of WA, 12.30pm, July 4,5, 6, 11, 12 and 13. Places $20.30 at www.try­book­ing.com/qgqm.

I AM RAVANAI am­ra­vana is an epic In­dian story of love, lust, kid­nap­ping and death. The lat­est pro­duc­tion by Saraswati Ma­havid­hyalaya will be a vis­ual feast of In­dian dance, act­ing and song with live and pre-recorded mu­sic, along with In­dian sets and cos­tumes. DE­TAILS: Heath Ledger Theatre, State Theatre Cen­tre of WA, July 7 to 10. Tick­ets from www.tick­etek.com.au.

MU­SIC FOR PLEA­SURE Mu­sic for Plea­sure win­ter con­cert series re­turns this year with an eclec­tic mu­sic pro­gram. This con­cert will fea­ture the 2nd Av­enue Singers per­form­ing con­tem­po­rary, retro and world mu­sic in four-part har­mony. DE­TAILS: War Me­mo­rial Town Hall, Cottesloe Civic Cen­tre, Broome St, 3-5pm, Sun­day, July 9. Tick­ets from $10 with Michelle on 0418 943 726 or at www.try­book­ing.com/288589.

LINDA BETTENAY Au­thor Linda Bettenay will talk about her books

Se­cretsmoth­erskeep, Wish­es­for

Starlight and her lat­est re­lease, Theap­plecore­wars, ex­plain­ing how she uses his­tor­i­cal fact and weaves it into his­tor­i­cal fic­tion. Morn­ing tea is pro­vided and the au­thor’s books will be avail­able for sale. DE­TAILS: Waratah Club, Ned­lands Com­mu­nity Care, Dalkeith, 10-11.30am, Wed­nes­day, July 12. More on 9386 6170.

MOZART! MAY­HEM! WITH

MU­SIC BOOK: Join early child­hood mu­sic spe­cial­ist Danielle Joynt for a jumbly jam of singing, dancing, sto­ry­telling, play­ing, mov­ing, imag­in­ing, lis­ten­ing, and craft­ing with mu­sic

DE­TAILS: Pel­i­can Cen­tre, 105 Shen­ton Rd, Swan­bourne 10.15- 11am, Wed­nes­day, July 12. Chil­dren and adults $10 each, un­der 12 months free, book­ings on www.try­book­ing.com/quiu.

EINSTEIN Einstein’s Top Se­cret Sci­ence is back. Aimed at five to 12-year-olds, it pro­vides a chance to learn about what our planet is made from while hav­ing fun with hands-on ac­tiv­i­ties. DE­TAILS: Mt Clare­mont Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, 10.30-11.30am, Thurs­day, July 13. Book­ings es­sen­tial at ned­lands.evanced.info/signup or call 9273 3644.

THE GOOD FOOD + WINE SHOW

From dis­cov­er­ing new prod­ucts, in­gre­di­ents and cook­ing ideas to learn­ing tips and tricks from some of Aus­tralia’s most revered chefs, vis­i­tors to this year’s event are sure to leave feel­ing in­spired to em­bark on their next culi­nary ad­ven­ture. DE­TAILS: Perth Convention and Ex­hi­bi­tion Cen­tre, July 14 to 16. Tick­ets from $25 at www.good­food­show.com.au.

THE AR­RIVAL Spare Parts Pup­pet Theatre’s pro­duc­tion of Shaun Tan’s award-win­ning story

Thear­rival blurs the bound­aries of per­for­mance, dig­i­tal an­i­ma­tion and pup­petry with Tan’s beau­ti­ful il­lus­tra­tions. The emo­tional show will touch any­one who has bid farewell to a loved one. It is suit­able for ages six years and older.

DE­TAILS: Dol­phin Theatre, UWA, un­til July 15. Tick­ets from $19 at www.sppt.asn.au.

TREA­SURE OF THE GOLDEN

DRAGON Some pesky pi­rates have raided Ship­wrecks Mu­seum and hid­den the Trea­sure of the Golden Dragon. Fol­low the trea­sure trail and take a pi­rate’s share of the loot with your very own sil­very coin to take home and a pa­per craft trea­sure chest to dec­o­rate. Ages four years and older.

DE­TAILS: Ship­wrecks Mu­seum, Cliff St, Fre­man­tle, 10am-2pm, un­til July 16. Cost $4. 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, un­til July 16. Open­ing hours, tick­et­ing and more at www.skatin­gat.com.au.

Thear­rival@dol­phinthe­atre.

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