Agelink Theatre is supported by Lotterywest

2018 looks like being an interesting year for Agelink


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 barn 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 phone 9386 5575


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 professional 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 the City of Fremantle.

And there will be other interesting 2018 Agelink events yet to be launched – with Perth Undergraduates Choir, with Adoption Jigsaw WA, with Bethanie dementia residents, with GLBTI Rights in Ageing Inc, our musical theatre shows and more.