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August 31st, 2018

Agelink’s 2018 project engaging with and celebrating the lives of people with dementia is at Curtin Care’s Riversea facility in Mosman Park. Students from the Specialist Visual and Performing Arts program at Mount Lawley High School have joined us in this stimulating intergenerational project that has seen the students interviewing the residents and joining in with them at an Agelink musical workshop.

Stories garnered from the residents and their families are being used to create a script. The students will be performing the script at the ACT BELONG COMMIT RIVERSEA SPRING FESTIVAL on Saturday 27th October.

Come along and join us for a delightful morning for all the family with music performances, theatre, the Spirit of the Streets Choir and bush poetry.

Free entry and food and beverages provided.

All welcome to join us in this uplifting and joyous morning as we celebrate the human spirit that endures in all of us.

9 am – 12 pm
Saturday 27th October
Riversea, Wallace Lane, Mosman Park

Between Wind and Water

March 14th, 2018

Agelink’s next show, Between Wind and Water, will be a celebration of Fremantle and its history. Please see our flyer below for details.

Anzac Day 2018

February 20th, 2018

Agelink are delighted to announce a new show, The Spirit of Claremont” which will take place on ANZAC Day, 25th April 2018. It will feature WWI and WWII but will also include a wider history of Claremont. Claremont seniors will be contributing their memories.

Good news – no admittance fee and a free breakfast.

It will take place in the war memorial gardens at 9 am in Claremont following the ANZAC Ceremony.

Celebrating 25 years of telling WA stories

January 21st, 2018

Our first brand new show for 2018, BETWEEN WIND AND WATER, is a play based on interviews with 40 seniors, long-time residents of Fremantle. The show will feature seniors’ stories of Freo as far back as World War II and up to the America’s Cup, with extra historical anecdotes of the past thrown in for good measure! With music, choir and a large cast of professionl and local community performers, we will be out to entertain you in style with four performances at Fremantle Town Hall from 1 – 3 June.

Bookings open in March at City of Fremantle.

From 18 – 20 May we will be recreating our play about the Morley family who arrived in Perth in 1830. SARAH OF ENDERSLEA FARM, about Sarah Morley, her family and her convict son-in-law, will be staged in the old convict-built stone bar at Enderslea Farm in Chittering. This event will be accompanied by a splendid afternoon tea, courtesy of the Country Women’s Association.

Bookings open: Diane Pope at or call 9386 5575.


September 16th, 2017

By Jenny Davis

Starring Rebecca Davis, Claire Moore, Alex Jones, Craig Skelton, Bernie Davis and Saskia Haluszkiewicz

Enderslea Farm, Blue Plains Road, Chittering

Friday 15 September at 2 pm, Saturday 16 September at 11 am and 2 pm, Sunday 17 September at 2 pm

As part of the Bindoon Flower Festival, enjoy a couple of delightful hours at Enderslea Farm, entertained by a play about May Gibbs, author of Snugglepot and Cuddlepie, and her contemporaries Ethel Turner (Seven Little Australians) and Mary Grant Bruce (The Billabong Series) followed by a delicious afternoon tea.


February 24th, 2017

Agelink’s exciting new project with residents with dementia at Bethanie Riversea will be culminating in an interactive free performance at Christ Church Grammar School’s beautiful chapel with its sweeping views of the Swan River.

Join us at 1.30 pm on Friday April 28th 2016 for a joyful afternoon in the most beautiful of settings as we celebrate the lives of our seniors with music and stories and laughter.

Bookings: register your interest on


July 28th, 2016

In association with Bethanie, we present a special musical show with memories for and about people with dementia on Sat September 10th at 1pm.

A free event but bookings essential on 131 151.

Venue: Subiaco Arts Centre

Bethanie Oh what a beautiful afternoon


July 28th, 2016

By Jenny Davis and featuring Vivienne Garrett, Polly Low, Jo Morris & Alison Van Reeken.

Back again by popular demand at Enderslea Farm for the Chittering Spring Flower Festival, four women – a teacher, a photographer, an artist and a politician – meet for a lively discussion set in the WA centenary year of 1929.

Venue: Enderslea Farm, Blue Plains Rd, Chittering
Date: Friday 16 and Saturday 17 September 2016

Bookings: or at 9386 5575

Enderslea Farm

Image of Enderslea Farm


July 28th, 2016

By Jenny Davis and starring Alinta Carroll, Benj D’Addario, Helen Searle, Clare Moore and violinist, Lena Bennett

After a very successful season at Enderslea Farm, the three Governors’ wives, Lady Stirling, Mrs Hampton and Lady Broome, return for a special performance at Government House Ballroom to discuss their life and times…

Date: Thurs August 18th at 7.30pm

Bookings: Government House on 9325 2963

Governor's wife cast 2 resize

Life in their hands

July 12th, 2016

By Jenny Davis and starring Alinta Carroll, Benj D’Addario, Cassidy Dunn, Oliver Haluskiewicz, Saskia Haluszkiewicz, Polly Low, Sarah McNeill, David Ratcliffe and the Vocal Ensemble Voiceworks Musical direction Joshua J Webb and accompanist Gavin Nicklette

A celebration of a very special event – the centenary of King Edward Memorial Hospital in Subiaco – dear to the hearts of so many West Australians.

Venue: Subiaco Arts Centre
Date: Sat August 6 – 2 performances only at 2pm and 7.30pm
Bookings at or 1300 795 012 Ticket price: $35 and $30 conc (under 18)