Cancelled: Marvel Universe LIVE!

Marvel Universe LIVE! has been cancelled due to updated public health advice about the COVID-19 virus. For further information regarding ticket refunds please visit!

Marvel fans, assemble for this live, action-packed battle to defend the universe from evil. Spider-Man, the Avengers and the Guardians of the Galaxy join forces with Doctor Strange, master of the mystic arts, in a race against time to recover the Wand of Watoomb before it falls into Loki’s hands. Marvel Universe LIVE! unites some of Marvel’s greatest Super Heroes including Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, Black Panther, Hulk and Black Widow against some of the most threatening villains.  Their journey sparks new feuds with old foes, pitting student against mentor, sister against sister and brother against brother. Witness cutting-edge special effects, aerial stunts and video projection in this incredible adventure.

Limited Platinum seating at Marvel Universe LIVE! is available for members of the blind and vision impaired community for the Perth performance.

When: Saturday 25 April, 6pm
Where: RAC Arena
Cost: $79

Companion cards (CC) will be accepted. Guide dogs will also be accommodated.

To Book | Call National Group Booking line 1300 364 001 between 9am- 5pm AEST Monday- Friday

When booking, use the code word: MUL20 in order to access tickets for the limited Platinum seating allocation.

The offer will be open until 5pm, Friday 28 Feb. Any unsold Platinum seats will be released to the general public after this date.

Please email DADAA’s Access All Arts Coordinator, Jacqueline Homer, once you have booked your tickets |

T20 World Cup | Women’s Welcome

Come welcome England and South Africa’s Women’s T20 Cricket teams to Perth with an afternoon of fun cultural performances, cricket activities, live music, face-painting, a selection of food trucks. The two teams will be in attendance with a Q&A and signing autographs for fans! Cultural performances by Wadumbah Dance, the South African Gospel Choir and the Mad Tatters Morris.

When: Thursday February 20, 3.30pm – 6.30pm
Where: Forrest Place, Perth

For further information and the full schedule visit:

Audio Description and Auslan will be provided between 4.10pm and 5.10pm.

To access AD, please download the Sennheiser MobileConnect App on your smart device and connect to DADAA Mobileconnect network at the event. Please bring your own earphones.

Free but bookings are essential | email:

No Fixed Address | Object for Anti-Gentrification

Object for anti-gentrification is a temporary public artwork presented as a part of DADAA’s No Fixed Address project, a year-long collaboration with Perth contemporary artists and the community from St Patrick’s Community Support Centre, a NGO in Fremantle’s East End which supports those who are experiencing homelessness.

Developed by artist Tanya Lee, Object for anti-gentrification reflects on the ways that Queen Victoria Street in the East End is rapidly gentrifying around the St Pat’s hub.

Public art’s role in the gentrification of public spaces is often a questionable one, masking the way that spaces are demarcated for certain communities while displacing and excluding others. Public art structures can act as both territorial stakes in the ground and also decoys which draw attention way from the lack of inclusivity urban redevelopment can usher in. 

As St Pat’s YIMBY (Yes In My Backyard!) movement champions, social housing is important for every city, every new development and every community. 

Based on duck hunting blinds and bunkers, tactics the artist learned from the St Pat’s community, and in opposition to many of the CPTED (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design) principles employed by city councils, this artwork playfully antagonises the dynamics of the changing streetscape. 

Find, follow and step into the bunker to survey Queen Victoria Street and its users.

18 February – 26 February | Queen Victoria Street, Fremantle > MAP HERE


Tanya Lee is a Western Australian artist based in Perth. Her cross-disciplinary practice works across sculpture, performance and drawing. Lee’s often-humorous work constructs incongruous, farcical and even futile narratives that subvert the protocols and politics of every day social environments.

Lee’s studies included a year as a visiting scholar at the École Nationale Supérieur d’Art de Dijon (ENSAD) in Dijon, France, before completing her MA in Visual Art at Curtin University of Technology in 2009. 

No Fixed Address is presented in partnership with St Patrick’s Community Support Centre. This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.

Photo: Yvonne Doherty

Cheeky Dogs | Opening Night

Camp dogs, town dogs, fast dogs, playful dogs, long-legged dogs, short-tailed dogs, long-snouted dogs, short-eared dogs, happy dogs, and of course dangerous or Cheeky Dogs. Dion Beasley’s exhibition has opened and we’re celebrating with a party!

Dion Beasley is an Alywarr artist who lives in Tennant Creek. His artwork and Cheeky Dogs books are renowned worldwide, and in 2019 he was the recipient of the Australia Council for the Arts’ inaugural National Arts and Disability Award for an Emerging Artist. 

Beasley’s art and his award-winning books portray in vivid detail his life in the Northern Territory and the dogs that are characteristic of many remote communities. Presented by Perth Festival and DADAA in association with Salon Art Projects, this exhibition of prints and drawings captures Beasley’s fascination with these dogs and his distinct approach to mapping place.

To be opened by Lee-Ann Tjunypa Buckskin, Deputy Chair, Australia Council Board

Exhibition opening night | Friday February 21, 6pm – 8pm

Exhibition runs | February 7 – April 1
DADAA Fremantle Gallery
92 Adelaide St, Fremantle
Opening hours Tues – Sat, 10am – 4pm

More information |

Dion Beasley will also be appearing with writer Johanna Bell as part of the Perth Festival Literature and Ideas program. Details here.

image: Dion Beasley, untitled, pencil and graphite on paper, 27 x 41 cm