Side-splitting comedy in town this Spring

RSLWA and Army Museum of Western Australia presents ‘Call II Duty’- armistice learning journey and community military display and exhibition at the Esperance Civic Centre on the 25th of August  from 9:30-4:30pm. 

The ‘Call II Duty’ event will include displays from Defence Force Recruiting Perth, ADF Personnel, 13th Brigade, Army Museum of WA, RSLWA, Local Militaria Collection, Living History Museum, Chaplain, Esperance Museum and the 10th Light Horse Association. 

This is a child friendly event, so grab the family and get a taste for some WA history and memorabilia.

The Australian Comedy Gold is almost here! 2018 Comedy Gold delivers a knockout experience of the finest stand-up Comedians Australia has to offer.

Award winning comedians have been carefully selected to entertain audiences of both genders and all ages 15+. 

The 2018 line-up includes Lindsay Webb, Josh Warrior, Bob Franklin and Rory Lowe. 

Hilarious belly-laughing, side-splitting comedy and the only reason you will want the show to end is so you can catch your breath. The content is edgy but doesn’t cross the line so don’t be the one to miss out. 

Tickets $25-30, doors open at 7pm for an 8pm start.

Performing Lines WA presents Small Voices Louder interactive performance on the 4th and 5th of September. 

Small Voices Louder is child-only space for playing and pondering. It's a magical world of tents and teepees where kids lie under clouds, talk to an alien, discover a dinosaur egg and step into a portal to the future.

It's a space for dreaming, wondering and talking about the bigger things in life. 

In this kids-only event, children are invited to play and explore an installation that prompts them to consider and express what they really think about some of life's big questions.

What is important in life to remember? What is love? What changes would you make in the world? 

This child only event is suitable for 7-12 years with two session times 3:15pm and 4:15pm for Wednesday and Thursday.

Sessions are 45 minutes in length and tickets will be $15.

Tickets to Civic Centre shows are available from the Shire Administration (08) 9071 0666, Library, Visitor Centre and online at www.esperance.wa.gov.au.