Ready to return to life outside of your home? Now the sun is shining a bit brighter and more regularly, why not step outside and see what’s on in your local ‘hood. Let’s find out what’s on in Fremantle this spring.
We’ve made it super-duper easy for you with suggestions for all the important things; laughing, eating, drinking and heaps more. Hop to!
Eating, drinking and dancing
Spring is an exciting time for Freo locals, with more and more events coming to life, complemented by more conducive weather for getting out and about.
Fear not if your calendar is looking a little light on with things to do, we’ve found two wonderful events for you to add to your calendar of eating and drinking events this spring.
If you’re hanging out for an event to attend for the upcoming long weekend, you’re in luck. The Freo Block Party on Sunday 25th September is one sure to get you moving. With five stages across three venues and the Paddy Troy Mall, this is the event you need to kick off your return to the d-floor. Tickets $25.
The Fremantle Long Table dinner returns in November with a three-course meal, delicious wines, beers and entertainment for $225, with a discount for groups. Oh and all the proceeds are donated to local homelessness service St Pats. Win win! This event sells out every year, so grab your tickets today. The dinner is held in Walyalup Koort on the 25th November at 5:30pm.
If you’re after an easy, entertaining, midweek date with yourself or your loved one, check out the Federal Hotel. Every Thursday night you can see 10 comedians for $10 at their event the Fremantle Comedy Factory. Need I say more. Book tickets here.
Looking for more? On the first Saturday of the month you can catch a laugh at Sonar Room aka the gig space next to Little Creatures. You can get all the info you need here.
It might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but there’s a bunch of community choirs that run throughout the week in Freo. If you’ve been looking for a sign that it’s your time to sing, this is it!
The FAC Yeah Choir runs fortnightly on Tuesday’s and is a free, drop in event. Absolutely no experience required, just rock up. There are two dates left in September, so don’t sleep on this.
If singing with a beer in hand is more your style, perhaps you ought to try the Freo Pub Choir. Held every Tuesday at Port Beach Brewery and will set you back just $10. Again, this is a choir for people of all singing abilities, so you don’t need to be shy. The organisers ask that you listen to the songs beforehand, so be sure to jump on the mailing list so you can rock up prepared to belt it out.
If you’ve ever wanted to attend a film night dedicated to bikes, here’s your chance. The Luna on SX, Fremantle’s independent cinema, is hosting The Big Bike Film Night, an evening dedicated to short films all about bikes! This one night only event will take place on Monday 24th October from 6:30pm.
Clancy’s Fish Pub in Freo is an institution for new, old and emerging artists of all persuasions. Their Once Upon a Time in Fremantle event celebrates poets, storytellers and musicians in an open mic style event on the third Thursday of each month. The next event is on September 15th and entry is free!
Is Freo your local community? Head here to check out our dedicated page for What’s on in Fremantle.