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Events April 2016

SING AUSTRALIA

Date: Every Wednesday 2016

Venue: 4 Randall St in the Esperance Aged Care Activity Room

Contact Details: 

www.singaustalia.com

A fun 2 hours of singing from 7.30pm ,in a relaxed environment with group accompanist and conductor $6 per night non members welcome to join in and have a go, no experience necessary .

Events February 2017

Esperance Village Markets

Date: Sunday 26th February 2017

Venue: Museum Village, 8/54 Dempster Street

Contact Details: 

Phone: (Annie) +618 90716997 / +614 15388420, (Amanda) +618 90717722 / +614 27942008 | Email: e.sp@bigpond.com

 

Market stalls include Arts and Craft, Jams, Honeys, fresh fruit and veggies, ice-cream etc. Come down for lots of family fun!

8.30am to 1.00pm
Sunday

Events March 2017

Esperance Cup

Date: 5th March 2017 2017

Venue: Esperance Bay Turf Club

Esperance Bay Turf Club 

2017 Esperance Cup

Sunday 5th March 2017

Full Bar & Tote Facilities

On-course Signage

Sponsorship

Membership

Function Room

 

Lot 202 Bandy Creek, Fisheries Rd, Esperance WA 6450

Phone: (08) 9071 3506

Fax: (08) 9071 4406

www.ebtc.com.au

Esperance Village Markets

Date: Sunday 5th March 2017

Venue: Museum Village, 8/54 Dempster Street

Contact Details: 

Phone: (Annie) +618 90716997 / +614 15388420, (Amanda) +618 90717722 / +614 27942008 | Email: e.sp@bigpond.com

 

Market stalls include Arts and Craft, Jams, Honeys, fresh fruit and veggies, ice-cream etc. Come down for lots of family fun!

8.30am to 1.00pm
Sunday

Festival of the Wind

Date: Thursday 16th - Sunday 19th March 2017

The Festival of the Wind is the premier festival for the south coast region of WA. Celebrating all that is the Esperance lifestyle through live entertainment, music, art & culture. Held every 2nd year and growing.

The festival has a strong focus on sustainable living and recycling themes. Arts, sports, performance, food, music and community are all represented in exciting ways. More information on the website www.festivalofthewindesperance.org.au

Esperance Village Markets

Date: 19th March 2017

Venue: Museum Village, 8/54 Dempster Street

Contact Details: 

Phone: (Annie) +618 90716997 / +614 15388420, (Amanda) +618 90717722 / +614 27942008 | Email: e.sp@bigpond.com

 

Market stalls include Arts and Craft, Jams, Honeys, fresh fruit and veggies, ice-cream etc. Come down for lots of family fun!

8.30am to 1.00pm
Sunday

Events April 2017

Esperance Village Markets

Date: Sunday 2nd April 2017

Venue: Museum Village, 8/54 Dempster Street

Contact Details: 

(Annie) +618 90716997 / +614 15388420, (Amanda) +618 90717722 / +614 27942008 | Email: e.sp@bigpond.com

 

Market stalls include Arts and Craft, Jams, Honeys, fresh fruit and veggies, ice-cream etc. Come down for lots of family fun!

8.30am to 1.00pm
Sunday

Events June 2017

Cirque Africa

Date: 9 June 2017

Is a one of a kind show that is sure to amaze and enthrall all who see it. A 100% African cultural experience, Cirque Africa is a vibrant and highly entertaining blockbuster production which transports each audience to the positive side of Africa through modern stage and performance.

The dedication and immense professionalism of Cirque Africa makes this show very appealing to all audience members. Discover The Greatest show from Africa

Duration: 100 minutes

Rating: All Ages

Tickets: $49 - $79 Purchase via http://www.esperance.wa.gov.au/events/cirque-africa 

Events September 2017

The Popular Mechanicals

Date: 7 September 2017

Perhaps the most famous group of amateur thespians of all time, the cast of the play-within-a-play Pyramus and Thisbe, bumble their way through rehearsals, misadventures and sheer idiocy in an hysterically funny mix of verse, song and dance.

Using snippets of the existing text of A Midsummer Night’s Dream along with a gloriously cod version of Shakespearean English, the play exalts in its own roughness, extravagance of expression and frequent obscenity—in the nicest possible way.

Clowning, vaudeville, slapstick, farce, stand-up comedy and bad puppetry come together with both witty badinage and fart jokes to create an anarchic and thrillingly unhinged carnival that revels in its own theatricality.

Purchase tickets for $20-$30 (get in early for an early bird discount) at http://www.esperance.wa.gov.au/events/popular-mechanicals or from the Visitors Centre  

Esperance Wildflower Festival 2017

Date: 12 to 16 September 2017

Theme for 2017 is “Saltlakes – Their web of life”