At the Milan 2015 World’s Fair, renowned chef Massimo Bottura brought together 60 of the world’s best chefs to create a restaurant for the refugees and the homeless of Milan. They called the soup kitchen Refettorio Ambrosiano. In this extraordinary documentary about food waste, Bottura and the 60 chefs he invited transform wasted food into delicious meals. Theater of Life is a story about human compassion, but it is also a story about the interconnectivity of the food we eat, the planet we live on and eliminating hunger.
What better way to spend your Wednesday night than to dance your worries away at Mojos? We all deserve a much-needed break and Humandog has been kind enough to lend a helping hand. The talent providing the tunes are Stella Donnelly, Last/Tuneless, Em Burrows and the Bearded Rainbow, The OhMy Days, and Sam Rocchi going solo. Entry is a handful of loose change so what get diggin’ behind those couches if you need!
This month, Scitech is all about bionics, beers and biotechnology! Be one of the first to see how a bionic eye works or control a computer using the power of your mind with Bionic Me, Scitech’s featured exhibition. Discover the future of fashion as TedxPerth speaker Gary Cass explains how he transforms beer cans into wearable garments. Explore the limits of your mind & self with “hands-on” biotechnology experiments. As always, costumes are encouraged so put on your mech-suit and grab a beer!
Etsy is a global marketplace that gives artisans, crafters and collectors the platform to sell what they make or curate. Now it’s time to celebrate your local creative entrepreneurs with Etsy Made Local! Come down to the Courtyard at the State Theatre Centre to do some IRL Etsy shopping. There will be a huge range of stores from over 60 unique WA Etsy Sellers, as well as live music, a pop-up bar and gelato on-site!
Fresh off the release of their debut album and a European tour, Melbourne psych/shoegaze powerhouse Flyying Colours returns back home to play us some tunes. Stopping by Perth for two shows, don’t miss the chance to see them live! Their second show at The Odd Fellow will have supports from Dream Rimmy, Pat Chow, and Kitchen People.