NAIDOC kicks off with a day of activities at Esperance Oval on September 12 from 2:30-8:30pm – come and celebrate with food tasting, professional portraits, football games and craft activities.
Morning Melodies is on again at the Esperance Civic Centre on September 13, taking place on the second Thursday of every month between 11am-1pm.
This month’s live sounds will be brought to you by Sally Ashbil - The Silver Stars, entertaining with an old fashioned sing along.
Bring your lunch and $5 for entry and have a sing.
Esperance Theatre Guild presents ‘A Barrel of Laughs’; A collection of one-act plays, including ‘The Proposal’, ‘The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon’ and ‘Death of a Gerbil’.
Bookings can be made for September 14,15 and 22 at 7:30pm and on September 23 at 4:30pm, online via www.thebijoutheatre.org.au or the Bijou Box Office.
The Esperance Jazz and Blues Club are pleased to have highly-talented Perth-based musician Minky G for the September 16 session at the Loose Goose.
Minky G was recently called "a little ray of sunshine" by guitar legend Tommy Emmanuel and Fasterlouder.com has lauded her “brilliant songwriting and energetic guitar playing”.
Blues/roots, jazz or indie pop fans will be treated to the works of an artist fresh from recording her latest album.
The family-friendly evening will run from 5pm-8pm and be $5 entry. A sneak peek for the end of September – live music from Elli Schoen, Dan Howls and The Wolfgang.
Elli, the unearthed Winner for Falls Festival in Fremantle 2018, with her exquisite melodies, thoughtful lyrics, and powerhouse husky voice combines with Dan Howls and The Wolfgang.
Howls has quickly won fans with his dark blues guitar and gravelly vocals alongside The Wolfgang’s beautiful backing vocals; making for an ethereal atmosphere.
Tickets start at $35 and are available at www.esperance.wa.gov.au