Are you fed up sitting about the house? Do you want to get out and about, meet people and see and do more?
This is a general social group for people living in and around Perth. Whether you’re new to Perth or have lived here for years, this group is for you if you want to meet new people and try new things.
The group is new, but the plan is that events will include meals out, drinks, coffee, theatre, cinema, walks and more - whatever members want, really. If there’s something you’d like to see that’s not happening already, feel free to suggest it.
Ground rules of the group (these are brief, but important):
(1) For the safety of all members and ease of identifying people at events, you must have a clear, current photo of yourself as your main profile picture - only 1 person in the photo please so that it is clear who you are. Any request to join the group will only be accepted if you meet this requirement.
(2) If you sign up for an event and then change your mind or are unable to go, please change your RSVP to reflect this. This is only fair to the event organiser and the other members.
Looking forward to meeting you at an event sometime soon!
Another restaurant I haven't been to yet, but the reviews are good and the menu looks delicious. See https://www.pacos.co.uk/
I've set the number of places to 12, as I'll book a table for that number, so if you say you're coming and then change your mind, please update your RSVP to give somebody else a chance.
A stage adaptation of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein at Perth Theatre.
If you want to come, please book your own seat. I've booked seat K16 in the stalls, if you want to book a seat nearby. If you're booking, please make sure you book the 19:30 performance, and not the matinee on the same day.
Mae-Ping is a Thai restaurant which has had some good reviews (the restaurant critic in the Herald was very complimentary a few weeks ago).
They don't have a website, but they do have a Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/maepingthaiperth/). There is a menu there which gives an idea of the kind of food they serve.
I've set the number of places to 12 as I'll book a table for that number, so if you say you're coming and then change your mind, please update your RSVP to give somebody else a chance.
A stage adaptation of Barry Hines' novel A Kestrel for a Knave at Perth Theatre (there is also a film directed by Ken Loach, also called Kes, but this is a stage adaptation). Full details here: https://www.horsecross.co.uk/whats-on/kes-85202
If you want to come, please book your own ticket through the theatre website (via the link above) - they cost £19. I'm in seat F8 in the stalls, if you want to book one nearby.
We can meet in the bar beforehand - details to follow nearer the time...