Nothing brings communities in regional WA together quite like the circus. The pageantry, the spectacle, the sights and sounds. And in this case… the purple. Zap Circus’ Purple People Show just wrapped up its regional WA tour after more than six weeks on the road....read more
Regional Arts Australia, with support from Country Arts WA, has launched a new campaign, VOTE 1 REGIONAL ARTS, in the lead up to the federal election, calling for an increase to the Regional Arts Fund. The Regional Arts Fund is one of the most successful cultural...read more
In January 2019, the Quarry Adventure Park Amphitheatre in Meadow Springs was filled to the brim with locals ready to experience a new twist on a Shakespeare classic with Drug Aware Midsummer Dreaming (AKA The Bard Enters the Bush). The free public performances were...read more
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