What's on in Bridgetown -


2 - 17 April

Doors of Perception Exhibition

Proof of COVID19 vaccination NOT REQUIRED

Ford House 1 Eedle Tce Bridgetown

Head over to the glorious gardens that surround Ford House.

An exhibition of doors artfully transformed.

Take a look in Wag Walters Gift Shop while there...

You are sure to find something you love.


Saturday 9 April

Wild Basketry Workshop:  Creative Nests

Cancelled due to unforeseen personal circumstances


Sunday 10 April

Wild Wire Flower Workshop:  Creative Flowers

Cancelled due to unforeseen personal circumstances

Friday 22nd April
The Joy-filled Monoprint

Proof of COVID19 vaccination NOT REQUIRED

Work with SW artist, Su Berghuis-Garde, to create a variety of images on quality paper, inspired by  your own unique monoprint .

This accessible  process can lead to endless outcomes, either as a simple print, or as part of a larger layered composition, employing painterly and drawing techniques.

All art materials provided 

Morning tea included  BYO Lunch

PLACE: In Bridgetwon TBC     

TIME: 10am-3pm    COST: $70           

CONTACT: Su, 0427 184 956


BRAT Bites Exhibition

Foyer Gallery at the Rabbit Hole

Six artists, John Garde, Christine Latham, Jean Barrett, Tracey Jarick, Irene Stephens and Margaret Rothery  present some examples of their work in the delightful little gallety space as you come down the stairs at the Rabbit Hole

Every Weekend 

Music at The Cidery

Proof of COVID19 vaccination or exemption for persons 16 years or older REQUIRED 
Friday 1 April 5:30-7:30pm Flat, White and Two

Flat, White & Two is a duo of musicians Graeme Hague and James Davies. They play mix of original tunes and good ol’ “pub rock” favourites.

Sunday 3 April 1-3pm  Padderick Henry.
Solo artist Padderick Henry brings his slide and cruisy blues music to entertain you on guitar.

Friday 8th April – TBC
Sunday 10 April 1-3pm The Black Stump Project

Enjoy great music by singer songwriter Richard Linden and Guitarist Laurie Forbes.