What’s on in Western Australia and Perth in June 2014.

Animal Ark/Animal Art

from 7 June

Explore the representation of animals in art through paintings, sculptures, decorative art and works on paper by a range of contemporary and historical artists including Jenny Watson, Rosslynd Piggott, Robin Boyd, Charles Blackman and Marc Chagall.

More information is available at the WA Art Gallery website.


Melbourne Comedy Roadshow

Various June dates

A comedy odyssey offering the best of international and local acts, the roadshow brings a night of raucous laughter to towns throughout WA, including 14 regional centres and Perth.

For dates and WA towns locations, visit the Comedy Festival website.


Sydney Dance Company: 2 One Another

18 to 21 June

Set against a stunning digital backdrop of motion design and  animation with a soundtrack ranging from baroque to electronica, this award winning contemporary dance production is a sensual study of human relationships and interaction.

2 One Another is playing at His Majesty’s Theatre.


Dust – World premiere!

World Premiere of Dust

World Premiere of Dust

28 June to 13 July

Set in the middle of a Perth dust storm, playwright Suzie Miller’s Dust explores the ways in which we love, blame, connect and find beauty in our lives in the midst of chaos.

For bookings go to the BSSTC website.


The Lord of the Rings –The Two Towers

20 and 21 June

West Australian Symphony Orchestra continues the Peter Jackson film trilogy with The Two Towers. More than 200 musicians perform Howard Shore’s award winning score live as the entire film plays on the big screen.

For more information go to the Western Australian Symphony Orchestra website.


A Taste of Broome

26 and 27 June, 25 July

A monthly event throughout the dry season, Taste of Broome showcases the region’s music, media, dance, food, arts, crafts tradition and heritage.

For more information go to the Goolarri website.


Truffle Kerfuffle

27 to 29 June

The annual Southern Forests Food Festival highlights regional food and wine with a focus on the exquisite black true. Events include true hunts, masterclasses, a harvest dinner, slow lunch and farmers’ market.

For more information go to Truffle Kerfuffle website.