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Fremantle’s Cultural Future

Wednesday 25th June / presented by Paul Van Lieshout Hunt

Another treasured and iconic Fremantle music venue is in the firing line.

After almost 30 years, The Fly By Night Musicians Club may have to close its doors as The National Trust WA has called for expressions of interest in leasing the venue.

It’s another in a string of casualties for Fremantle’s arts and cultural venues, such as the Film and Television Institute, Deckchair Theatre, and Kulcha who are among the many that have closed their doors in the Port City.

Fremantle Mayor Dr Brad Pettitt expresses his concerns for The Fly By Night, and he’s determined to try keep the venue alive in Fremantle.

He joined with Paul on Morning Magazine to talk more about the future of Fremantle’s cultural scene…

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