Steve Kilbey – Up Close and Personal @ The Fib
Wednesday 21 September, 7pm
Steve Kilbey can only be referred to as a polymath; a modern day renaissance man. Musician and hitmaker with his band The Church over the last 32 years, his solo career and many collaborations with some of Australia’s finest musicians have seen fans treated to an unrivalled catalogue of material.
From Jack Frost, in which he collaborated with the late Grant McLennan of the Go-Betweens, to more recent endeavours with Martin Kennedy and the Underground Lovers’ Glenn Bennie, Kilbey’s output is prolific.
While arguably at his creative peak musically, he has also come in to his own over the last decade as a visual artist, blogger and raconteur.
Inducted along with The Church in to the Australian Music Hall of Fame in 2010, Kilbey has also been lauded by recent polls which have declared his 1988 hit ‘Under The Milky Way’ the ‘greatest Australian song of all time’.
Bar and food will be for sale. No BYO!
Book now to avoid disappointment. Check out the Fibonacci Centre and Blinco Street Cafe Facebook pages!
The Fremantle FIBONACCI CENTRE is holding a Folk and Roots night this Sunday June 12 from 6 pm. Entry is only $ 10.00 and food will be available from the Blinco Street Cafe.
Enjoy the music of Steve Tallis, Fiona Heath, John McNair and Keith Anthonisz!
The Fib is a very cosy, eclectic and artistic venue, so finish the weekend there.
There is more rain on the way this Sunday so if you want to connect with the community while staying dry and under cover, head to the FLEA MARKET at the Fibonacci Centre from 11.30 today.
The cosy Blinco Street Cafe will offer hot drinks and food to keep body and soul warm and the community ambience of it all will also warm the heart.
Before that though do all your fresh fruit and vegie shopping at the Growers Green. Open from 8 am till midday.
See you there!
As far as I am concerned Stephanie Hendricks is one of the loveliest people in Fremantle. The Blinco Street Cafe owner is organising The Fib Flea Market! at the Fibonacci Centre in Blinco Street this Sunday 24th April 2016 from 11.30am.
Grab a steal at the one-day flea market in the central space.
Be entertained by LIVE music by local musician.
Meet the Fib resident artists in their studios.
Check out the new Spanda Yoga School and their cute little shop in their cosy studio.
Have a glorious cuppa and yummy food from the Blinco Street Cafe.
A lovely FREE fun- filled family day for all who love art, music, food and Fremantle. So FLEA on down to the wonderful world of the Fib!
Perfect fun for all the family on a long weekend so head down to The Fib on Sunday!
I admit that I think young Stephanie Hendricks is one of the cutest people in Freo with her quirky smile, so of course I need to promote her new venture and urge the community to support the cafe.
Nestled away in the Knutsford Precinct of Fremantle lies the Fremantle Fibonacci Centre, a creative incubator and Perth’s first urban warehouse co-operative space that is home to resident artists as well as the Blinco Street Café.
At the helm of the NEW Blinco Street Café is owner Stephanie Hendricks, former Events and Marketing Coordinator of Kulcha Multicultural Arts of WA where she managed the 200-pax venue in Fremantle as well as coordinated events on premise and around the state like the Oz Concert held at the Government House Gardens. With 7 years of events management and marketing experience under her belt, this will be her first venture in the food and beverage sector.
The Blinco Street Café will be backed by a talented team of creative individuals, each masters of their own craft. Opening Wednesday to Sunday 7am to 3pm, the breakfast and lunch menu is centred around wholesome and health-conscious eating with emphasis on fresh produce, injected with a little Asian flair. Moroccan chef Aziz Oualkati has vast experience in kitchens around the world such as London and New Zealand. He will be backing up the breakfast/ lunch kitchen with his array of baked goods and sweets, served with a contagious smile.
The wood fired oven will be cranked up over Friday and Saturday evenings from 5pm to 10pm, producing gourmet pizzas from a menu created by self-proclaimed foodie/ café owner Stephanie, and made by a traditional Italian chef with 20 years of experience. Menu favourites include ‘The Quack Up’ – a deconstructed version of the Asian delicacy Peking Duck on a pizza, ‘The Fun Guy’ which has a medley of mushrooms on a garlic base topped with rocket and truffle oil, and ‘Miss Saigon’ which features an explosion of Vietnamese flavours on a plate, along with many other interesting marriages of ingredients.
With a passion for the arts, development of local musicians and the community, Stephanie will be working closely with The Fibonacci Centre owner Robby Lang in capturing these elements in this urban community space through various events and activities. Given the void in Perth venues following numerous closures over the last year, the combination of worldly offerings of tasty morsels from the café and the multi-purpose use of a creative community space, The Fib has a promising horizon of opportunities up ahead in 2015. The Fib will continually support artists and musicians, and welcome public and community use of the venue.
The Blinco Street Café opened on the 9th January 2015, with the Grand Opening date set for the 30th January. The café opens from 7am to 3pm, Wednesday to Sunday, and 5pm to 10pm on Friday and Saturday for pizzas on the deck.