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  • Harbour Theatre Company

    FREMANTLE REGION'S ONLY & ORIGINAL COMMUNITY THEATRE FOR OVER 50 YEARS. Harbour Theatre was formed in 1963 by eight enthusiastic amateurs, led by James (Jimmy) Quinn, a very competent and experienced director from the former Perth Repertory Club. The theatrette on the upper floor of the Evans Davies Civic Library in South Terrace, Fremantle was made available by the Fremantle City Council and became Harbour’s first home. Conditions were very primitive at the beginning, but enthusiasm overcame all difficulties and the group rapidly expanded. Since then Harbour Theatre has produced hundreds of plays and entertained tens of thousands of people. Plays have ranged from drama to comedy, whodunit to tragedy and murder to farce. As a not-for-profit theatre managed solely by volunteers, all proceeds raised by productions are channelled back into the group.

    Nicola Bond (President)
    9255 3336
    Camelot, 16 Lochee Street MOSMAN PARK Australia WA 6012
    PO Box 764 FREMANTLE Australia WA 6959
  • Ken Rasmussen Studio

    Ken Rasmussen is an artist based in East Fremantle. The winner of many art competitions and popular vote prizes, his art works are included in many major collections including Mr Kerry Stokes, major mining companies, private and government hospitals and Australian and international collectors.

    Mr. Ken Rasmussen (Artist)
    08 6333 1813
    37 Bedford St East Fremantle Australia WA 6158
    37 Bedford St East Fremantle Australia WA 6158
  • East Freo History House

    The Museum of Perth are being hosted at the Town of East Fremantle's "Dovenby House" to undertake a local history project for the Town. Watch this space for more information!

    08 9339 9370
    Dovenby House Council place East Fremantle WA 6158