Tuesday, 25 October 2016

LIFESTYLE AND CULTURE in Western Australia October 2016

A year of new horizons for Black Swan in 2017

Black Swan Theatre Company has released its much anticipated 2017 program. Highlights include Michael Gow's heartfelt Once in Royal David's City and Joanna Murray-Smith's thriller Switzerland, to be held in the iconic Heath Ledger Theatre and Studio Underground. The exciting season of performance will also celebrate WA artists and playwrights, including Will O'Mahony and Hellie Turner.

Bernard Fanning to headline Leeuwin Estate's Family Concert

One of Australia's most loved musicians, Bernard Fanning, will return to Leeuwin Estate for the winery's annual Family Concert on January 7, 2017. Since 1985, Leeuwin Estate has seen families bring a picnic and enjoy a casual evening of summertime alfresco music on the estate's manicured lawns. On sale now, general admission tickets are $95 per adult and $30 per child.

Islands of Australia explores WA's natural assets

Some of WA's most fascinating and historic islands and coastlines have been showcased to audiences worldwide in a new, three-part television series, Islands of Australia. Program host, Martin Clunes (Men Behaving Badly, Doc Martin), explored WA's most scenic islands and coastal regions, including Rottnest Island, Ningaloo, Abrolhos Islands and Carnac Islands. Martin remarked that “by far, the most surreal and exciting experience when filming Islands of Oz was swimming with whale sharks near Exmouth.” Australian viewers can watch Islands of Australia online at this link.

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