So long as weather allows, all of our events are held out of doors on our deck with lots of fresh air, all our staff are fully-vaccinated & we have excellent “Covid Safe” policies in place to ensure everyone's safety.
✅Proof of vaccination is now required to attend all Kidogo Arthouse Events.

Italian Journeyman accordionist and barber Vittorio Bianco has been playing italian music since the 60s in Perth for all the Italian community feasts weddings and dance parties. Together with Aria Award winning singer songwriter Kavisha Mazzella who was awarded the Italia Nel Mondo award from the Italian government for her contribution to Italian culture in Australia, they weave a magic Mediterranean spell sharing old pre ww2 gems to 17th century Neapolitan ballads plus Kavisha’s original songs. Join us on the beautiful Kidogo Arthouse deck for this earthy celebration of the Italian immigrant lives and their contribution to Aussie way of life!

🍹Bar Open. No BYO

🎟 Tickets: $35

🌊Sculpture @ Bathers

A distinctively Western Australian exhibition that showcases 73 contemporary artists at Bathers Beach, Fremantle and Fremantle Port. [email protected] actively supports the creation, exhibition, promotion and sale of sculpture.

[email protected] is showcasing the work of 73 skilled artists who are all based in WA. They range from early-career to established, from metropolitan-based to regional, and includes several key Indigenous artists. Artists had to apply to be selected for [email protected], and there were over 120 applications. The selected artists were chosen through a curatorial panel and the artists who were selected are enthusiastic and dedicated to the exhibition. Overall they are a multicultural, gender diverse group representing the best in contemporary sculpture unique to this place and time.

Mon-Fri 4-9pm
Sat & Sun 1-9:30pm

Sat 19th Feb - Sun 6th March

Hand in Hand ~ Kidogo Irish Aboriginal Festival 2022

Hand in Hand, Kidogo Irish Aboriginal Festival is a celebration of the love stories and friendships shared between Irish people and Aboriginal people in Western Australia.

In March 2021, this unique and relatively unknown connection was embraced for the first time in a program that included live music connecting Irish and Western Australian performers, poetry, book launches and readings, exhibitions, dance, friendly AFL and GAA football, an Irish soda-bread versus damper cook-off as well as A 10 metre-high mega projection wall that featured virtual performances by internationally renowned Irish musicians.

After the highly successful inaugural Hand in Hand Festival 2021, Kidogo Arthouse is proud to announce, “Hand in Hand Festival 2022” from March 17-20th.

17th - 20th March 2022

Please email [email protected] if you require assistance with bookings.

Kidogo Arthouse events adhere to Government guidelines for safe venue operations due to COVID19. 

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