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Things to do in Perth This Week (Monday 24th of September - Sunday 30th of September)

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The City of Perth has been without a cinema since the Piccadilly Theatre closed in 2013, but that's about to change with the opening of the Palace Raine Square on 18 September.

Colourful fish, critters, underwater creatures and even a mermaid or two will be making a big splash this school holidays at Cockburn Gateway Shopping City.

Come along from midday and explore the house and gardens, appreciate the grand architecture and enjoy culinary delights, wine, music and styling.

To celebrate the arrival of the big screen movie experience to the City, the City of Perth and the new Palace Raine Square Cinemas are offering free entry to a selection of new release family films, over these school holidays.

Justine Clarke has been described as the "homegrown queen of children's entertainment".

The markets are a combination of food trucks, marquees and shops along Beaufort Street including bars, restaurants, coffee shops, gift and lifestyle shops for you to browse at your convenience.

After reading the classic ballet story, The Nutcracker, children are led through a series of creative movement activities inspired by the characters, the story and the music from this iconic ballet.

Opening Night of the 2018 Lavazza Italian Film Festival kicks off at Cinema Paradiso.

The inaugural Sound On Festival presented by the Murdoch University is a must-attend event exclusively for TAFE and High School students from 14 to 18 years.

Savour this time by creating as many wonderful memories together as possible.

The project includes exhibitions, workshops and events across a number of locations in both Mundaring and Midland with a vast array of historical tools, heritage crafts, new inventions and performances to ignite a love for the creations we make to solve the task at hand.

The game of Polocrosse was brought to Australia in 1938 by Mr Mrs Edward Hirst, who after visiting the National School of Equitation at Kingston Vale near London, watched two instructors show the exercise they had developed to supplement the riding at the school and also to give young riders better

Whether you want to explore Western Australia's stunning Coral Coast, head on an outback camping adventure or take your campervan across the Nullarbor, there is one place you have to check out before you go.

POTober is a 3-day smorgasbord of ceramic arts workshops, all under the one roof.

AWESOME Arts is a non-profit contemporary arts company for young people.

This unique spot will be sure to provide the perfect escape for a huge Sunday sesh.

Be entertained on the day by contemporary jazz singer Chelsea Danielle who has been performing at weddings and corporate events for over 15 years.



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