Must-see entertainment in Perth

  • Perth Concert Hall

    Home to the Western Australian Symphony Orchestra, this brutalist-style building also hosts big-name international acts, musicals and comedians.

  • Camelot Outdoor Cinema

    Seated open-air cinema where you can BYO picnic (no booze). It has free live music ahead of the 8.15pm film screening on Wednesdays, ranging from jazz to…

  • Amplifier

    The good old Amplifier is one of the best places for live (mainly indie) bands. (Part of the same complex as Capitol, used mainly for DJ gigs.)

  • HBF Park

    Home to Perth Glory soccer (football) and Western Force rugby.

  • Moonlight Cinema

    In summer bring a blanket and a picnic and enjoy a romantic moonlit movie. Booking ahead online is recommended.

  • Rosemount Hotel

    Local and international bands play regularly in this spacious art deco pub with a laid-back beer garden.

  • Luna on SX

    Art-house cinema between Essex and Norfolk Sts. Cheaper tickets on Wednesday ($12/14 before/after 6pm).

  • Cinema Paradiso

    Art-house, independent and foreign movies are shown at this cinema in the heart of Northbridge.

  • Astor

    The beautiful art-deco Astor no longer screens films but is used for concerts and comedy gigs.

  • Western Force

    Local rugby team in the Super 18 competition. They usually lose to the New Zealand teams.

  • HBF Stadium

    Home to public swimming pools, gym classes and occasional big-ticket music shows.