Community is at the heart of ManPAC. Whether it’s an inter-generational project, a free family fun day or our innovative Art of Well-being program, Mandurah Performing Arts Centre stands as a beacon of commitment and passion for community enrichment, exemplifying its dedication through a diverse array of initiatives.
These community programs are not mere gestures but initiatives that yield measurable and tangible benefits for local residents. ManPac’s unwavering dedication to enhancing the cultural and social fabric of Mandurah reflects a commitment that goes beyond entertainment, illustrating a genuine desire to make a positive impact on the lives of its community members.
Art of Wellbeing
The ‘Art of Wellbeing’ program is designed to support positive mental health and social wellbeing in our Mandurah community.Learn More
Re-Act Youth Theatre
A captivating drama workshop for children aged 8-12, promising an enchanting journey into the world of storytelling and performance.Learn More
Inklusive Poetry group
A poetry group with a difference. This informal group of wannabe wordsmiths will show you how to create poems to be proud of.Learn More
The ‘Heart of Wellbeing’
This is a kindness project inspired by 1000 Hearts. We’re bring together a group of people, all of whom want to sew hearts to give to others.Learn More
Franklyns Terrible Wonderful Day Book Project
This amazing community project brought together Mandurah writer Sandie Bentley, and a group of emerging illustrators to create a brand new children’s book.Learn More
The Young Mandurah Songwriters Club
A wonderful opportunity for local musicians to learn invaluable songwriting skills under the guidance of Perth music luminaries. Supported by the John & Bella Perry Foundation.Learn More