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Gameshow!

A very silly Gameshow / Fringeworld 2018

7pm, Monday 19 February

scaled_GameshowFringeGraphicThe Moon Café presents: GAMESHOW!

WOW! What a great gameshow!

February 12, 19 & 20 at 7pm in The Moon Loungeroom
Everything you’d expect from a Gameshow fresh out the box! Imagine the razzle dazzle, glitz & glamour world of the Gameshow with your host John McAndrew and his newfound mentor Danny Squiz! Who will win a prize from the prize room? Who will be the house band? How do you host a Gameshow? Find out at… GAMESHOW!

You’ve never seen anything quite like Gameshow!
(whispered) Gameshow..
WOW!
GET TICKETS HERE!

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Gameshow!

A very silly Gameshow / Fringeworld 2018

7pm, Tuesday 20 February

scaled_GameshowFringeGraphicThe Moon Café presents: GAMESHOW!

WOW! What a great gameshow!

February 12, 19 & 20 at 7pm in The Moon Loungeroom
Everything you’d expect from a Gameshow fresh out the box! Imagine the razzle dazzle, glitz & glamour world of the Gameshow with your host John McAndrew and his newfound mentor Danny Squiz! Who will win a prize from the prize room? Who will be the house band? How do you host a Gameshow? Find out at… GAMESHOW!

You’ve never seen anything quite like Gameshow!
(whispered) Gameshow..
WOW!

GET TICKETS HERE!

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Going Solo

with Jere Sosa & Jon Stapleton

9-11pm, Wednesday 21 February

Hailing from Buenos Aires, Jere Sosa arrived in WA back in 2014 with a guitar and a head full of rich musical influences. His approach is founded upon the melodic songwriting of The Beatles and the guitar playing finesse of Carlos Santana, with punk, jazz and Latin feels within the living-breathing mix. He will be joined by Wooly Mammoth frontman Jon Stapleton. Free entry from 9pm.
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Grievous Bodily Calm

Dope Instrumental Beat Band

9-11pm, Thursday 22 February

We’re really into Grievous Bodily Calm. They’re one of our favourite local bands. They’re sort of a jazz-tinged instrumental beat band. Awesome musical tangents through a mix of genres. Very dope. Check em out. Seriously.

9-11pm / Free Entry

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Perth Poetry Club

Where slams meet sonnets!

2-4pm, Saturday 24 February

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Perth Poetry Club – Every Saturday from 2-4pm
You’re not dreaming, and you’re still in Western Australia – it really is a spoken word show every week in central Perth WA, with professional sound, in the friendly retro ambience of The Moon’s back room.

Everyone’s welcome. Come and listen. Perhaps bring a poem (your own or a favourite) to share in the open mike.

You don’t have to be a poet to enjoy this. There is nothing to join and no need to book.

Entry is free, and nobody is excluded, but we ask people to contribute according to their means so we can meet our expenses.

Open mike spots are 3 minutes, or shorter if it’s busy. We don’t reserve spots ahead of time – turn up on the day and put your name (or your cool stage name:-) on the list.

This is ‘scene central’ for WA poets and poetry fans.

See, be seen, or skulk in the corner in true Western Australian fashion.

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Colab

Hosts: Macshane, EDDE & Nelson (Pow Negro!)

8:30-11:30pm, Sunday 25 February

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Colab is Perth’s longest running open-mic freestyle night and falls on the second and fourth Sunday of every month. You can expect some of Perth’s best MCs to come down and present their amazing lyrical improvisations to an equally-extemporaneous band, which this month will be comprised of:

Michelle Smith – harp
Rachael Aquilina – violin
Billy Dana – bass
Ben Falle – drums

Jaded rap veterans MACSHANE and Nelson Mondlane will be on hosting duties and will be joined by the scintillating EDDE.

MCs, singers and musos welcome to get up and freestyle/jam – just come and introduce yourself to one of the hosts beforehand or in the set break.

The Moon does NOT accept bookings on Colab nights, so the rhymes are dished out on a first-come first-served basis.