On Monday, soak up the evening ambience of Fremantle’s stylish small bar Strange Company as you listen to Sara Foster talk about her latest thriller over a glass of wine. On Tuesday, hit the streets of Perth as architects Phil Griffith and Julian Bolleter lead walks through the historic East End precinct or down to Elizabeth Quay. On Wednesday, explore some of Northbridge’s most notorious crime scenes with crime fiction writer David Whish-Wilson. On Thursday, embrace Perth’s new West End arts precinct as you take in interactive exhibitions and a screening of Beka & Lemoine’s quirky architecture film, 24 Heures Sur Place. On Friday, catch your breath before a weekend feast at UWA’s Dolphin Theatre with architects Geoffrey London and Julian Bolleter, architecture enthusiast Tim Ross and a four film Beka & Lemoine retrospective.

 

Monday 19 February

THE HIDDEN HOURS: Sara Foster on secrets, lies and the death of an author. With Susan Midalia.

STRANGE COMPANY
5 Nairn St, Fremantle

7 – 8PM, FREE

 

Tuesday 20 February

STORIES IN STONE: East End Historic Precinct History Walk with architect Phil Griffiths.

DOWN TO THE RIVER: Foreshore Walk with architect Julian Bolleter.

CITY OF PERTH LIBRARY
573 Hay St, Perth

6.30 – 8PM, FREE, WALKING EVENT

 

Wednesday 21 February

NORTHBRIDGE CRIME WALK: Join David Whish-Wilson for a walk on the dark side as he takes you to some of Northbridge’s most notorious crime scenes.

CENTRE FOR STORIES
100 Aberdeen St, Northbridge

6 – 7.30PM, FREE, WALKING EVENT

 

Thursday 22 February

24 HEURES SUR PLACE: A screening of Bêka & Lemoine’s film about the characters that move through Paris’ Place de la République is preceded by a walk-and-talk encounter with Linton & Kay and Holmes a Court’s new galleries.

LINTON & KAY
West Perth, 11 Old Aberdeen Pl, West Perth

6 – 9PM (Film screens 7.30pm at The Backlot Cinema)

$13 – $15, registrations required, WALKING EVENT

 

Saturday 24 February from 11.45am

FROZEN MUSIC: Geoffrey Lancaster & Geoffrey London on the relationships between music and architecture. With William Yeoman. FREE

LIVING ARCHITECTURES: A screening of Bêka & Lemoine’s film Koolhaas Houselife. $13 – $15

LIVING ARCHITECTURES: A screening of Bêka & Lemoine’s film Barbicania. $13 – $15

 

Sunday 25 February from 11.45am

AN UNFINISHED EXPERIMENT IN LIVING: Geoffrey London, Julian Bolleter & Tim Ross on the rise and fall of Modernism in Australian domestic architecture.

FREE

LIVING ARCHITECTURES: A screening of Bêka & Lemoine’s film The Infinite Happiness. $13 – $15

LIVING ARCHITECTURES: A screening of Bêka & Lemoine’s film Moriyama-San. $13 – $15