Based in Sydney, Australia, Foundry is a blog by Rebecca Thao. Her posts explore modern architecture through photos and quotes by influential architects, engineers, and artists.

What's On This Weekend in Mandurah

What's On This Weekend in Mandurah

The Rat Pack from Vegas

Swing with the Kings!

  • Friday, July 31, 2015
  • 8:00pm - 10:30pm

Boardwalk Theatre at MPAC

Direct From Las Vegas after sell out seasons through North America and the UK Frank, Sammy and Dean will be in Australia in June to set  Australian audiences on fire , the artists David De Costa as “Frank Sinatra” , Nicholas Brooks as “Sammy Davis Junior” and Johnny Edwards as” Dean Martin” perfectly recreate the Vegas shows with their own six piece swing band .The show includes all the songs the Humour and the wit that made this trio the Kings of Las Vegas .

TICKET PRICES
Adult $70.00
Concession card holder $62.80
Friends of MPAC $62.80
Children under 16yrs $43.50
Youth/students $62.80


 

Act-Belong-Commit Hot Shore Shuffle - FREE EVENT AT MPAC

  • Sunday, August 2, 2015
  • 1:00pm - 3:00pm

Foyer at MPAC Ormsby Terrace

Presented by the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre and the Friends of MPAC, Hot shore Shuffle is for everyone young and old to join in and participate in free dance and creative workshops or just relax and enjoy being a part of an exciting community event.

From Ireland to Argentina, via the Seychelles and Shanghai,  enjoy these free Sunday afternoon sojourns featuring some of our top multicultural music and dance talent.

Eastwinds is a quartet with diverse global roots and a captivating original sound. Their music is a vibrant blend of cultural threads, where exquisite melodies, sophisticated rhythms and the vocals of a songbird will transport you to other lands and a new geography of sound. Featuring Estonian vocalist Kristiina Maalaps, Japanese digdgerdoo master Sanshi, UK guitar & cittern maestro Steve Barnes, and multi-instrumentalist Mark Cain come together in this truly inspiring world music ensemble. Eastwinds will be joined by the stunning Rose Ottaviano, one of Australia’s most sought after dancers from the Middle East, whose technique and innovative choreography have garnered international regard. Rose combines grace and elegance with an intensity that is utterly compelling.

Keeping mentally healthy through being creative is just as easy as A-B-C: act-belong-commit!

Free event



25th Anniversary of the University of the Third Age in Mandurah

25th Anniversary of the University of the Third Age in Mandurah

Boy brings gun to Comet Bay Primary

Boy brings gun to Comet Bay Primary