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16 Free or Fun Things to do in Perth This Week (Monday 22nd of January - Sunday 28th of January)

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Former MythBusters host Adam Savage has partnered up with YouTube star Michael Stevens to bring the amazing, interactive theatre show Brain Candy to Australia.

The food scene is positively thriving in Western Australia, but with producers and artisans spread far and wide, it can be hard to track down everything you want.

Hawaiian's Bassendean has a fun school holiday event planned for kids this January.

Sunset Veranda returns to Scarborough Beach on Thursday 25th January, 2018 at 5:00 pm and will be open throughout the Summerset Arts Festival.

Held over three weekends from 27 January, the Festival offers a mix of Australian and international cinema, live music, food and drink in the beautiful surrounds of the Cottesloe Civic Centre.

One Day in Fremantle is presented by the City of Fremantle and will feature several well-known identities.

The Bassendean Memorial Library will be hosting a fun and fascinating workshop for budding young scientists on the 22nd of January 2018 from 11am to 11.

In free introductory workshops this January/ February the Extraordinary Mind Project promises to set you on your way to tuning into the creativity mechanism of your brain more deliberately and strongly than adults usually can.

Any patron of last year's sell-out Perth fringe World cannot fail to recall La Soiree, that fabulous cocktail of circus, burlesque and cabaret.

Take a break from computers, phones and come in close to watch people who can move their bodies in incredible mind-blowing ways, whilst pushing the very limits of human endurance and making you almost hold your breath in awe!

6006 In The Park is a spectacular celebration of all things North Perth and is set to take place in the glorious sunshine of Woodville Reserve from 4pm to 9pm.

There are two food-based events on in consecutive days and these are Food Brings Us Together and Food Draws Us Together.

The Wanjoo (Welcome) Peace Boat event is being held at the B-Shed, in Fremantle from 4.

The South West Rail and Heritage Centre, situated in Turner Street in Boyanup, is holding a treasure hunt, 'Trek the Aussie Made Trail'.

The Big Splash WA dolphin trail will have 35 to 50 life-sized dolphins located in iconic locations around Perth.

Four men performing four shows across four weeks including one focusing on the impact of a coward punch make up The Actors' Hub offering 4x4x4 at this year's Fringe World.

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