WAAPA SET TO SWING
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WAAPA Direct will return to the front garden with a familyfriendly show incorporating performances from some of the best WA Academy of Performing Arts students.
The WAAPA Big Band will get the audience moving, while third year students from the musical theatre program will perform popular show tunes and Broadway hits. WAAPA Direct will be held at the Fremantle Arts Centre on March 23 from 7pm. Tickets start at $25.30 with children 16 and under free.
Nick Barker will perform in a tribute to Bon Scott.
WAAPA Direct will come to the Fremantle Arts Centre.