The City of South Perth’s arts and cultural events come together in this new-look programme to celebrate the stories of our City. Spanning from the start of summer into the warmth of autumn, enjoy a collection of activities occurring at various beloved venues throughout the City from December 2015 until April 2016.
What is A Story to Tell?
A Story to Tell delivers a collection of activities occurring across the City of South Perth. The programme is filled with a plethora of arts experiences, live music, fun activations, markets and tasty food, plus features the City’s two major events, the Australia Day 2016 Celebration Zone on 26 January and Fiesta 2016 from 5-20 March.
Programme changes - Please note that the printed programme was correct at the time of print but some information has since changed. Visit the A Story to Tell programme page for the most up to date information.
Angelo Street Marketplace - Expressions of Interest
The City is calling for Expressions of Interest from local businesses, community groups, schools, performers, artists and workshop facilitators who would like to be involved in the Angelo Street Marketplace on Sunday 20 March 2016. To apply, download the Expression of Interest pack and return to the City of South Perth before Monday 11 January 2016. All retailers wishing to have a stall in the marketplace should contact pSquared Communications at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Human Book Volunteers
The City’s libraries are calling for volunteers for the 2016 Human Library project. An international equalities movement that began in Europe, the project challenges prejudice and discrimination through social contact. Contact South Perth Library on 9474 0800 to express your interest in volunteering before Friday 4 December 2015.