What’s on in Peel this weekend


Jake Hatch creates a very exciting energy with many up-beat covers ranging from the 1950's to the present, allowing all audiences to enjoy his music. The use of acoustic guitar, vocals, stomp box, and guitar slaps makes his music different from many other performers. He heads to Cobblers Tavern tonight from 5.30pm.

After a few week of build-up, the Winter Wonderland is now at the Eastern Foreshore, offering families a chance to get some unique entertainment in until August 27. Ice skating on the rink is available for all the family, plus a social area with bar, and the chance to win a luxury holiday to Bali.

A two-hour production that’s a modern twist on the traditional circus, Hudsons Circus continues over the weekend at Hall Park. See camels, horses, llamas and world-class circus artists including a full flying trapeze troupe, hand balancers, acrobats, aerial artists, tightrope walkers, whip crackers and more.

Marking 40 years since the release of the seminal Saturday Night Fever, the Australian Bee Gees Show will bring a taste of the great  disco trio to Mandurah Performing Arts Centre tonight from 8pm.

Lost x Found kick off the first Could be Good? for the recently-renovated Rollercoaster, with no loss in the great bits that made the parties so good in the first place. Will feature the Ugly Co. DJs and plenty of good times.


Interested in drone racing? Not entirely sure what it is? Head along to Coote Reserve today from 8am to 2pm for the West Coast Multirotor Club Open Day. The race track will be in place, with participation available for members and non-members.

By far Australia’s most lauded trumpeter, as well as one of the nation’s favourite multi-instrumentalists and musical personalities, James Morrison arrives at Mandurah Performing Arts Centre to help celebrate the venue’s 20th birthday celebrations. Fresh from launching the James Morrison Academy of Music’s partnership with the Juilliard School in New York, Morrison will play a range of intimate and moving pieces.

Described as “That annoying friend at your house party who takes over the iPod dock because they reckon know better than everyone else when it comes to party tunes”, Pilerats DJs take over Rollercoaster tonight from 9pm.


This year marke three decades since Mark Lizotte, aka Diesel, literally stepped off the bus in Perth to attempt to establish a musical career. Now one of the state’s favourite gigging musicians, he makes his way to the Ravenswood Hotel tonight from 6pm.


Rohan Wilson from Off the Vine will be at Cobblers Tavern tonight from 6pm for Cellar Door in the City, in which you’ll be able to delve into four Howard Park wines with food course pairing.