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Get into spooky season this Halloween


Nicholina Mylett, Contributing author

14 Oct 2021 • 2 mins

It's that time of year again where we celebrate all things weird and wonderful! There are plenty of ways to celebrate the spooky season around Perth this year.

Fremantle Chamber of Commerce Halloween Trick or Treat

This year, the Fremantle Chamber of Commerce are putting on a family friendly spooky adventure. Trick or treat your way around Fremantle visiting the Ghost Ships at Fishing Boat Harbour, Convict Quarter and Market Street.

make sure to wear your best costume as there is a best dressed prize to be won!

To register for the free event visit https://fremantlechamber.com.au/events/chamber-family-halloween-in-fremantle-event/

Immerse yourself in a Halloween spectacular

Are you a fan of The Rocky Horror Picture Show? Why not take it to the next step and enjoy the show as an immersive experience? Taking place in the Girls School in Perth, enjoy this classic movie by dancing along and there may be some unexpected guests throughout.

The show will be running from Wednesday 27 October to Sunday 31 October with tickets starting at $25

For more information visit https://www.girlsschool.com.au/event/8556:833/

Halloween at The Wanneroo Markets

Take the family for a fun day out at the Wanneroo Markets. There will be plenty of activities and spooky stalls around the markets. Any kids dressed up in Halloween costumes will be provided with a Halloween bucket to go trick or treating at the stall holders throughout the market.

The market is on 9am to 5pm on Sunday 31 October.

For more information visit https://www.facebook.com/events/555636442239708/?acontext=%7B%22event_action_history%22%3A[%7B%22surface%22%3A%22page%22%7D]%7D 

A Symphony of Horrors

If you're in the mood to celebrate Halloween differently this year, why not get dressed up and head to the Perth Concert Hall for Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horrors. the 3000-pipe organ will be commanded by Alessandro Pittorino from the famous Julliard School in New York. He will be accompanying  the first Dracula film Nosferatu, adding a new edge to the silent horror film.

Tickets are available for Sunday 31 October and start at $29.

For more information visit https://www.destinationperth.com.au/events/nosferatu-symphony-horrors 

Happy Halloween!

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