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Want to catch a good movie? Or listen to a renowned string quartet at Perth Concert Hall? Perhaps Shakespeare is more your style – or a good old belly laugh at a bawdy stage play? Whatever takes your fancy, AMA (WA) is offering members the chance to win FREE tickets to a range of movies, concerts, plays, shows or events currently on in Perth.

 

Entries must be received by 4pm, Thursday 2 November 2017.

 

Three Summers


In cinemas 2 November

 

Written and directed by Ben Elton, Three Summers is a big hearted comedy set in WA with a sterling ensemble cast featuring Michael Caton, Magda Szubanski, Deborah Mailman, Jacqueline McKenzie and John Waters.

 

Fusing romance, music and Ben Elton’s trademark wit and satirical edge, the film delivers an engaging folk tale of contemporary Australia with the soundtrack and the belly laughs for the summer to come.

Jigsaw


In cinemas 2 November

 

One of the highest grossing horror franchises of all time is back, taking the Jigsaw killer’s signature brand of twisted scenarios to the next level.

 

After a series of murders bearing all the markings of the Jigsaw killer, law enforcement find themselves chasing the ghost of a man dead for over a decade and embroiled in a new game that’s only just begun. Is John Kramer back from the dead to remind the world to be grateful for the gift of life? Or is this a trap set by a killer with designs of their own?

Loving Vincent


In cinemas 2 November

 

The first fully oil painted animated film, Loving Vincent is a biographical drama about the life of painter Vincent van Gogh. Written and directed by Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman the film explores the life and unusual death of the celebrated artist via depictions of his artworks.

My Little Pony


In cinemas 2 November

 

When a dark force threatens Ponyville and the Mane 6, they go on a journey to the end of Equestria to save their beloved home, meeting new friends and dangerous challenges along the way.

Detroit


In cinemas 9 November

 

Detroit tells the gripping true story of one pivotal moment during the civil unrest that rocked Detroit in the summer of ‘67. From Oscar-winning director Kathryn Bigelow, the film zeroes in on the Algiers Motel Incident, a raid which spiralled out of control as police interrogated guests, ending in tragedy.

The Killing of a Scared Deer


In cinemas 16 November

 

Steven (Colin Farrell), an eminent cardiothoracic surgeon is married to Anna (Nicole Kidman), a respected ophthalmologist. They live a happy and healthy family life with their two children, Kim, and Bob. Steven has formed a friendship with Martin (Barry Keoghan), a fatherless 16-year-old boy whom he has taken under his wing. Things take a sinister turn when Steven introduces Martin to his family, gradually throwing their world into turmoil and forcing Steven to make a shocking sacrifice or run the risk of losing everything.

This film is showing exclusively at Luna Leederville.

Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment


21 November 2017, Perth Concert Hall

 

Britain’s most revolutionary orchestra makes its first, widely anticipated full tour of Australia for Musica Viva. Led by acclaimed violinist Rachel Podger, their concerts match brilliant execution with gleeful enjoyment.

 

Played on original instruments, symphonies by Haydn and JC Bach, as well as two violin concertos by Mozart, make for an engaging program of grace and verve.
RACHEL PODGER director and violin.

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