The historic 1930s Old Perth Girls School building is iconic in its ‘Egyptian Art-Deco’ grandeur. The castle-like building operated as a school for thirty years and then a Police centre for fifty years.
In early 2019, Girls School hosted the FRINGE WORLD Festival run-away success event A Midnight Visit. Part choose-your-own-adventure, part theatre, part film-set, part playground; A Midnight
Visit transformed 34 rooms into an unbelievable fantasy world, introducing a whole new audience to the area.
This winter it's home to Girls School Cinema, a winter pop-up cinema experience that really is more than just the movies.
Girls School Cinema is one part of a larger plan to transform this historic building into a thriving creative precinct.
Stay tuned for more events being announced at Girls School soon!
Today | 5:00PM -East Perth
From the people that bring you the FRINGE WORLD Festival, Girls School Cinema is a boutique winter cinema experience that’s housed in a stunning castle-like building and is one of Perth's hidden gems.
Girls School Cinema is more than just the movies, it’s the place to experience winter warmer entertainments with tasty treats, places to meet and good times.
Past eventEast Perth
Chameleon is a charming blend of satire, physical comedy, and storytelling, smashing stereotypes, exploring gender dynamics, and the harmful effects of social conditioning. With wit, vivacity, and whip-smart intelligence, Plummer draws frankly on her own experiences of living and loving in small town Australia and the big smoke of Paris to tell of escapades both heartfelt and hair-raising.