Wednesday, January 26th, 2011
The Perth Cultural Centre will be alive with colour, entertainment and activity on Sunday 30 January when it celebrates ‘O’ Day – a chance to experience the transformed cultural heart of Perth, along with the opening of the State Theatre Centre and the last days of the renowned Peggy Guggenheim exhibition.

Visitors will also get the chance to have a sneak preview of the beautiful Spiegeltent before the start of Perth’s Fringe World festival.

The ‘O’ Day celebrations will also comprise roving street performers, free children’s rides – including a stunning old-fashioned carousel, live music, and gourmet coffee, gelato and other treats – in amongst the new walkways, urban orchard, wetlands and activated areas of the Cultural Centre.

For those in need of a little retail therapy, Made on the Left markets will be retailing wares from more than 30 of Perth’s up-and-coming designers.

The doors of the new State Theatre Centre will be open – giving you a chance to be among the first to walk around the new $91 million state-of-the-art theatre complex.

‘O’ Day will also provide the final opportunity to view the famous Peggy Guggenheim: A Collection in Venice at the Art Gallery of WA before it returns to Europe.

Entertainment will be scheduled from 10am to 4pm, and The WA Museum will be open as will current exhibitions at the State Library including Library of Nearly Lost Moments; Vite Italiane - Italian Lives; and The Place for Children and Families.

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