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Fremantle Workers Club   

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The Workers Club has a band and dancing 1.30-5pm Sundays at the Fremantle Park Sport and Community Centre. Also a singalong on the first Wednesday of each month. And the occasional concert.

Sunday 23 January 2022
Fremantle Park Centre 1.30-5pm

Hayfever

“Keeping your toes tapping”

Hayfever has been in the Perth music scene now for over twenty-five years with regular performances at hotels, premier cabaret venues, country music clubs, weddings and private functions. The band includes four of Perth’s most experienced musician/vocalists who together have built up a significant repertoire of cover music that ranges from a modern waltz through to AC/DC.
Band members Toumi Belouardi, John Toothill, Stuart Bailey and John Smoker have collectively been associated with the music industry for many years, and together they play a wide variety of instruments including drums, bass guitar, acoustic and electric guitars, lap steel guitar, mandolin, and harmonica.
The band's trademark is its versatility, together with great musicianship and excellent vocal harmonies. Four lead vocalists combine to produce tight vocal harmonies, and play a variety of instruments. This, together with digitally programmed keyboards through a top quality PA system, creates a very full sound.
The band's repertoire covers country, country rock, and popular rock & roll music from the 1950s to the present day. Whether you want to jive, rock, bootscoot, waltz or chacha this band has you covered. From the music of Bill Hayley and Elvis to Stray Cats, The Eagles and Vince Gill to Brooks & Dunn, Alan Jackson, Lee Kernighan and Dwight Yoakam, The Beatles, Rolling Stones, and Kinks, to The Travelling Wilberries and Tom Petty, to the best of Oz music including Daddy Cool, Cold Chisel, Mondo Rock and AC/DC.
Hayfever is a versatile band that will have your toes tapping, your hands clapping, and your body moving in no time at all.
“When you hear these guys play you just have to get up and dance!!”
So if you're looking for a great band for your next function or party, call John on 0405 267 930 or email at jrtoothill@gmail.com to make a booking.

Sunday 30 January 2022
Fremantle Park Centre 1.30-5pm

Indiana

Indiana started playing in March 2011 bringing together four talented musicians from several top Perth bands.
They are one of the most popular bands playing regularly at the Workers Club. Whether you like Elvis, Cliff Richard, Beatles, Rolling Stones or the Bee Gees, you will love dancing to their music.
Read more about band members: Jason (lead, right), Grahame (drums), Ian (bass) and George (keyboard) on their website and their Facebook page.

Wednesday 2 February 2022
Fremantle Park Centre 7.00pm

Ukulele Singalong

Dear Friends
We live in uncertain times, but we need to keep planning ahead, for if we stop planning, nothing will ever happen!
And so your Singalong-team has been busy getting a list of songs you will all remember and enjoy listening to and playing and singing along to.
In March last year, when we were all masked, we still had just under 60 attendees, which was more than we expected. Let's do it again this year, on 2 February.
Conditions of entry to the Centre (as mandated by the government) are that you check in either with your phone or in writing, wear a mask (when you are not eating or drinking), and show proof of being double vaxxed.
We promise a great night and hope to see you and our friends to join in the fun.
Cheers
Maddy

Sunday 6 February 2022
Fremantle Park Centre 1.30-5pm

Midway

Midway are a Bunbury-based dance band who play a wide variety of old time, rock'n'roll, and line dance music from the 1960s-1980s.

Sunday 13 February 2022
Fremantle Park Centre 1.30-5pm

Rockin Rod (solo)

Sunday 20 February 2022
Fremantle Park Centre 1.30-5pm

Chain Reaction Duo

Sunday 27 February 2022
Fremantle Park Centre 1.30-5pm

Hideaway

Hideaway, Perth's favourite country rock act, has been gigging for 20 years, mixing classic rock tunes with a country attitude. They are great to dance to.
From left, they are: Rick (bass), Jason (drums), Barrie (vocals), Derick (lead guitar).


If you would like to join the club, here is the membership application form to download (pdf). Here is a map indicating with a pin the position of the Centre building.


Public Transport to Freo Park Centre
Catch the 915 bus from Fremantle Station stand 13, or at Target in Queen Street. Or if coming on the Mandurah Line take the 915 from Bullcreek Station. The bus runs every 15 minutes either way.
Alight in High Street at stop CBC, the 3rd stop from Fremantle Station. Walk north for about 5 minutes either east to Stirling Street then down Ellen Street or west to Parry Street, then up Ellen Street to Freo Park Centre.


Fremantle Workers Social and Leisure Club Inc.
freoworkers@iinet.net.au
PO Box 1234 Fremantle 6959