When football season is over, who can you turn to for your dose of thrills and excitement? Big Sky Entertainment!

We have entertainment for EVERY season! And you need only look at the last few weeks to see the truth in what I’m saying. Here’s just a taste of what’s been happening OFF the field…

On Tues 22nd September, the very fair ladies, The Hepburns performed at Curtin University , followed by the wonderful Mana Farrell on Wednesday and the Jester and Clown stilts as part of the INDI Festival on Thursday. They were also joined by the bubble stilt-walking act.
Mario the (Almost) Magnificent wowed audiences with his up-close roving magic and wit at a corporate function and the gorgeous Nat Ripepi performed at a soccer match on Sunday of Football West.
Mario has had a busy week, performing for some very lucky guests at a private party and the WA Mine sites had a huge weekend with The Eddie Parise Trio (from the Baby Animals), Explosive Dancers for Oktoberfest celebrations and the Polka dots rounding off the celebrations in true Bavarian style!

This last week entertainment for the corporate arena has been busy and incredibly varied – with some of our artists travelling far and wide between gigs. The golden voice of Jay Weston and the stunning and sultry voice of Ali Bodycoat were heard at a WA Aids Council functions, where they both performed solo sets.
A corporate event at Crown Casino was treated to the formidable talents of magician Robbie T, a contortionist from Kinetica, Vegas Showgirls from O Entertainment and Gypsy Kiara “tarot reader”.
Robbie T was also seen at a corporate function at the Perth Mint, where he was joined by the lovely Little Belle Trio. And I can only assume Robbie T used his magic to spirit himself to Geraldton where he is performing at the Harvest Festival Ball in Chapman Valley – a huge week for this mesmerising magician!
WA Mines Sites are in for a real treat with the Ashes of Rock Band playing this weekend. Featuring Angry Anderson and Dai Pritchard of Rose Tattoo, James Morley ex-The Angels, Yak Sherrit ex Diesel / Jimmy Barnes and Mark Gale of Absolute 80’s with Brian Mannix, this is a gig destined to get the crowd jumping! At another site we have face painters, Bubble Media, Premier Photo Booths and the incredible Ricochet Circus performing.

And coming up we have the very great pleasure of announcing that the phenomenal Ella E will be doing a special performance, showcasing a selection of her songs from her EP Album ‘’Letters I Never Sent” at The Ellington Jazz Club – Perth on Wednesday 7 October from 7.30pm – 8.30pm.

So, if you’re suffering from a little post-Grand Final malaise, get down to the Ellington to boost those endorphins – music truly is the food of love.


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