Esperance events calendar jam-packed

The Tour d'Esperance will also be held this weekend on July 14. Photo: Supplied.
The Tour d'Esperance will also be held this weekend on July 14. Photo: Supplied.

The Travellers Inn will be hosting The Hunting Birds Friday 14th July. 

The Hunting Birds are a captivating five-piece whose genre defying sound blends heartfelt folk qualities with exhilarating rock energy. 

The Hunting Birds will be supported by local talent, Campbell Garratt and DJ Jackson Juice. Show starts 8pm till late, tickets $10 available at the door.

For the last couple of months the Loose Goose has hosted the Esperance Jazz and Blues Club, a family friendly event. 

What a fabulous opportunity to sit, relax enjoy a meal whilst listening to some quality tunes from our talented local artists. 

The next evening will be on Sunday 15th of July at the Goose, 5-8pm, gold coin entry.

On Tuesday 24th of July The Monkey Baa Theatre Company is coming to town again. 

This time presenting a production that all your little people will love. 

Josephine Wants To Dance is based on the book by Jackie French and Bruce Whatley is another wonderful performance aimed at ages 4-9, with a 45 minute duration, 12.30 & 6pm time slots available at the Esperance Civic Centre.

This August, the longest touring comedy film festival in Australia hits the Esperance Civic Centre. 

The 20th Over the Fence Comedy Film Festival presents you with amazing, cheeky views of 15 filmmakers as they unpack the peculiarities of being human in ‘The (Un) Making Of Relationships’. 

This particular film festival has been touring internationally since 2005 and regardless of national language, the films have been received with great laughter and enjoyment, proving that humour is fully capable of surpassing language and cultural barriers. 

Insights to topics such as Ghost Busters and their curious empathy…Are vegans pure?...Pineapples make for good relationships…What’s the real Snow White…Road-rage and blind dates don’t mix… will be just part of the evenings arrangement welcoming you to the world of dark comedy. 

The 2018 collections of comedy films will have you; smile, grin, wonder, laugh and, most of all, have you consider their wild and wonderfully bizarre scenarios. 

Get in for a giggle and abdominal workout to help beat those winter blues. 

Tickets are now on sale for the Over the Fence Comedy Film Festival, 5th August, general admission $15pp M15+, 6pm.

Tickets to Civic Centre shows are available from the Shire Administration (08) 9071 0666, Library, Visitor Centre and online at