Half Mad Bar: Visual Immersive


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Friday 17 February | 5.30pm – 10pm
Friday 17 March | 5.30pm – 10pm


Free event

Wonderland, the exhibition, remains open until 9pm.
Ticketed entry applies to the exhibition only, book here.

Under 18's must be accompanied by an adult.

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Step into a world of wonder! A supersized, visually immersive, alfresco edition of Half Mad Bar over two special summer dates.

A change of location and an immersive, visual takeover of the Old Gaol projection system by VJZoo.

Each night will feature a curated line up of Perth's most eclectic DJ's, while VJZoo — one of Perth's most prolific video and projection artist duos — respond live with moving video art projected across all five sections of the Old Gaol.

Enjoy drinks, music and stunning large-scale moving art in this balmy, outdoor setting.

Whether you fancy a 'Drink Me' cocktail, a spot of flamingo croquet, or just the chance to don your best Wonderland-inspired cosplay, there's something for everyone at Half Mad Bar: Visual Immersive.

Half Mad Bar: Visual Immersive is a free event. The Wonderland exhibition will stay open until 9pm on the night, if you fancy a visit. Standard ticketing applies for exhibition entry and it will be accessible from the outdoor event or from the main entrance.

Take advantage of this unique opportunity to unwind at the end of the week, absorb the magic, and to remember "we're all mad down here...".

Ages 18+ only.
Food and drinks are available for purchase.


This event is part of FRINGE WORLD Festival. Whether you are looking for some fringey goodness for the family, or some late night live arts, discover more Fringe events taking place at the Museum here

City of Perth free parking 

For weekends -
City of Perth parking is free for three hours on the weekend, the State Library parking at 15 Francis Street, Northbridge is the closest to the WA Museum Boola Bardip.

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