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Head to Nedlands Library at 6pm, May 23, for a free one-hour talk from Extinctions author Josephine Wilson, winner of the inaugural Dorothy Hewett award for an unpublished manuscript in 2015.  

Humorous, poignant and galvanising by turns, Extinctions is a novel about all kinds of extinction – natural, racial, national and personal – and what can be done to prevent them.   The novel features Professor Frederick Lothian, who has quarantined himself from life by moving to a retirement village. His wife Martha is dead and his two adult children are lost to him in their own way.  

A series of unfortunate incidents forces him and his neighbour Jan together, making Frederick begin to realise the damage done by a lifetime of secrets and lies.



The Perth International Jazz Festival (PIJF) makes its much anticipated return to the city for its fifth consecutive year, from Friday 26 May to Sunday 28 May 2017

Presented by Brookfield, over 40 incredible jazz performances will take place across various venues throughout Perth and York. The three-day festival will feature a blend of ticketed and free community events by a host of celebrated local, national and international jazz artists.

The festival returns with an enriched line-up, headlined by saxophonist and composer Greg Osby (NYC) who will collaborate with one of the hottest young jazz talents, pianist Tal Cohen (PER) to launch Tals latest album Gentle Giants in performances at both The Palace and Brookfield Place.


FREMANTLE HERITAGE FESTIVAL - May 26, 2017 - Jun 05, 2017

 8 William Street, Fremantle

Celebrating 25 years, Fremantle Heritage Festival 26 May to 5 June, showcases the rich history of Fremantle, celebrating the past and revelling in more recent nostalgia. The Heritage Festival explores Freo from its indigenous roots to the diverse culture we all enjoy today. Remember the Orange people?

And it's close to 30 years since the Americas Cup was in Fremantle! A lot has changed, a lot has happened. There are many stories to tell. So it's time to take a broader look at their Heritage old and not so old.

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