The Heart comes alive this Friday night with two exhibition openings and a screening of the touching documentary Dying to Live. Made by local filmmaker Richard Todd, it explores the emotional topic of organ donation.



Sadly, this years Emergence Creative Festival has been cancelled, however in its place comes RESURGENCE – a smorgasboard of an exhibition showcasing the creative output from past Emergence festivals. Paintings, Photography and drawings will be displayed in The Heart foyer from this Friday, 21st May.


Also exhibiting from Friday, is Carol Seeley’s ‘New Beginnings’ – an eclectic display of works focussing on recycling and reusing items that have had a past life.




Our own RMR host Dan White will perform an intimate, fire-side show alongside local singer Keira Jas at The Quill in Vasse on Saturday 29th May. Space is extremely limited and these intimate gatherings do sell out quickly.


And, at The Heart next week, some of WA’s finest musicians will perform a classical guitar concert on Tuesday 25th May to raise much needed funds for those in our community experiencing and facing homelessness.




Comedy abounds this week with two performances at The Heart presented by our sponsors, Arts Margaret River.

Pete the Sheep, is a lively and mischievous show to bring young audiences into the theatre. It’s showing on Thursday evening and twice on Friday especially for the kids.


Then, the Melbourne International Comedy Festival rolls into town next Tuesday, 25th May with four comedians set to bring the house down with their raucous humour.


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