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Perth Venue Action Meeting announced for 23 February

| 16 February 2015 | Reply

With the impending demise of some key music and arts spaces, including most recently announced The Bakery and Devilles Pad, a group has arisen in an effort to organise the Perth music industry, lobby the government, help new venues get off the ground, protect our existing venues and encourage more people to attend more events.

A Perth Venue Action Meeting is being held Monday 23 February, 2015 at The Bakery, Northbridge. (NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE)

Perth venue action meeting

The meeting is open to all, and the agenda is to explore the following:
What kind of venues do we have and do we need?
How can we encourage more people to attend events?
Would the government be willing to cut red tape to enable new venues to get off the ground?
Are our licensing laws outdated?
How can we stop venues being shut down from noise complaints?
How viable would it be for the government to set up a small to medium sized multi arts/music space (a la The Bakery)?
What would make it easier for venues to continue supporting live music, and what makes them close down?
How can we keep our local independent art galleries viable?

The organisers also want to know if any interested parties have any other points to raise, by emailing Dave Cutbush at

The meeting is open to everyone – come one come all.

6pm, Monday 23 February, 2015 – The Bakery, Northbridge (NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE)

More information is available by emailing Dave Cutbush at

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