Weekend Planner 21- 23 February 2020

Friday, February 21, 2020 3:36 pm
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If you’re happy that it’s Friday give a shout! If you’re happy that it’s Friday and you’re looking for weekend plans, give another shout because we’ve got you covered! Our resident event guru has a whole bunch of exciting options for you to sink your teeth into this weekend. Whether you’re up for an adventure, want to make plans with popcorn or cozy up on the couch, check out what’s on below.


Want to Go Adventuring?

There are plenty of concerts on this weekend, from Michael Buble to Hilltop Hoods, Craig David  and Rufus Wainwright but my top pick is the free Eskimo Joe concert happening at South Perth Sounds this Saturday night. Gotta love a free concert right?!

A festival that the whole family can enjoy! – South Perth Sounds

Soak in the festival vibe at South Perth Sounds with entertainment to suit everyone. Kicking off at 4pm with an Australian Premier of “the Last Numbat” by the Spare Parts Puppet Theatre. Children’s activities, food trucks and lots of local live acts will keep you entertained right through till 6pm when local up and coming band Dulcie takes the stage followed by Eskimo Joe. Event is free but you can find all the relevant info by clicking here.

World Cup fever! – ICC T20 Women’s World Cup

The Cricket World Cup kicks of in Australia this month with the ICC T20 Women’s World Cup. Being played all over Australia Perth has 2 games happening here at the WACCA this weekend. Starting with West Indies VS Thailand on Saturday afternoon followed by New Zealand vs Sri Lanka Saturday night and finally England VS South Africa on Sunday.  Click here to get tickets for these or the games on Monday!


Popcorn Plans?

With award season now over many of the top films of the last year will start disappearing from the cinemas so if there are any you wanted to see on the big screen get in soon before they go.

Cinemas – These are my top award winning films

Jojo Rabbit – Based on a book and directed by Oscar winning New Zealand director Taika Waitti (most known for directing Thor: Ragnarok) the film is a dark comedy that delivers some deeply poignant moments.

Parasite – Winning a large number of Oscar’s this year, including Best Picture, this is a brilliant film that explores greed, class and society’s weaknesses in a sardonic way. Don’t let subtitles stop you from seeing it!

And as I’ve already mentioned in previous weeks, Little Women & Richard Jewell are both worth a trip to the movies!

Free Film Friday at Walyalup Aboriginal Cultural Centre – Black magic

The Walyalup Aboriginal Cultural Centre in Fremantle is showing the film Black Magic, a locally made film that looks at Aboriginal sportsmen and through that highlights the lives and stories of the Noongar people of Western Australia. Click here to book in to see this on Friday night 21st Feb 2020.

Couch Cosies?

Looking for something to just relax and spend time at home with? There are so many options now between streaming services, network TV and Catch up TV or On Demand TV.

If you want to stay home and watch the ICC T20 Women’s World Cup, you can see all the games both here and from the rest of Australia on Gem!

Streaming Services – Shazam on Netflix!


With the stormy weather forecast for tomorrow Shazam is the perfect film to crank the air-con, make some popcorn and cozy up on the couch with the family. Funny, sweet and although not ground breaking cinema it is an entertaining film the family will enjoy.

And as always the Sonshine Diary also has plenty of options for your weekend plans.

Whether you go adventuring, plan to have popcorn or cosy up on the couch – I hope you enjoy your weekend plans!

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