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POWA Continues to operate under SafeWA Guidelines. A key requirement to attend POWA Screenings and events is for all attendees to register their attendance at POWA Screenings by scanning the provided QR codes outside the room in which we host our events using the SafeWA phone app, available on all Mobile Phone App stores. Alternatively, if one chooses not to, or is unable to, use the app, one can sign in on the provided written forms inside the room. This is mandatory.

For more information, please proceed to: https://www.wa.gov.au/organisation/covid-communications/covid-19-coronavirus-safewa


POWA is an anime and community club based north of Perth on the ECU Joondalup Campus in Building 7, Room 101.

We screen anime weekly on Sundays from 3PM – 7PM, but also host a variety of additional events and get-togethers. Look below or visit our Facebook page to see our upcoming events!

While you don’t need to be a club member to watch with us, becoming one will grant you cheaper entry to screenings, voting rights on the anime we screen, discounts from our various sponsors, access to our library of anime DVDs/manga and more.

Got a question? Contact us, message us on Facebook, or join our community Discord.

Come to POWA Early, 28th February 2021

Location: ECU Joondalup, Room 7.101

POWA’s regular weekly screenings continue!

We’ll be starting early this week to do a viewing party for last week’s Crunchyroll Anime Awards. What better way to experience all the shocks and snubs than with a room full of fans that are certain they’re right!

Afterwards, we’ll move to our regular screening line-up. As our comedy series “Asobi Asobase” was unfortunately voted out last week (you can continue it yourself on Crunchyroll), we’ll be returning to an ancient POWA tradition – if a series is voted out in its first vote, the runner up from the initial deciding vote will take its place. As such, we’ll be starting a new comedy with “The Disastrous Life of Saiki K.”, a series starring a powerful and sarcastic psychic.

We’ll also have a slew of voting this week. The double fantasies of “Ascendance of a Bookworm” and “Yona of the Dawn” with their second votes and the second season of “Assassination Classroom” with its first. Good luck to these shows, the competition is tough!

Entry for our weekly screenings is $3 for members and $4 for guests. However, your first time is free! We will be at Room 7.101, ECU Joondalup. The doors open at 12:00PM for the Come to POWA Early event, but our regular screening will start at 3:00PM, leaving time for you to get settled and buy drinks and snacks.


This Week’s Schedule:
12:00PM -2:30 – Come to POWA Early – Crunchyroll Anime Awards Viewing Party
3:00PM – Ascendance of a Bookworm – Episode 8 (Slice of Life/Romance/Arthouse, Voting)
3:30PM – The Disastrous Life of Saiki K. – Episode 1 (Comedy)
4:00PM – Short Break
4:15PM – Yona of the Dawn – Episode 8 (Fantasy, Voting)
4:45PM – Durarara!! – Episode 13 (Drama)
5:15PM – Long Break & Raffle Draw
6:00PM – Psycho-Pass – Episode 7 (Mature/Horror/Thriller)
6:30PM – Assassination Classroom Second Season – Episode 4 (Action, Voting)

As always, thanks to the ECU eSports Society for booking our rooms for us.

The Facebook event can be found here.

We hope to see you there!

POWA Screening, 21st February 2021

Location: ECU Joondalup, Room 7.101

POWA’s regular weekly screenings continue! Be sure to check out our Board Game & RPG Event this Saturday.

Last week, a technical error on AnimeLab forced us to skip out on watching episodes of ‘Psycho-Pass’ and ‘Assassination Classroom’, so we’ll be catching up with them this week. On the upside, we made up for it by entrenching the dub of ‘Ghost Stories’ into POWA canon.

This week, we’ll also be voting on whether to keep the degenerate trio of our comedy ‘Asobi Asobase’ in our line-up for its first vote. Members will also be deciding if our mature show ‘Psycho-Pass’ will be entering its second half in its third vote.

Entry for our weekly screenings is $3 for members and $4 for guests. However, your first time is free! We will be at Room 7.101, ECU Joondalup. The doors open at 2:30PM, but the screening starts at 3:00PM, leaving time for you to get settled and buy drinks and snacks.


This Week’s Schedule:
2:30PM – Doors Open
3:00PM – Ascendance of a Bookworm – Episode 7 (Slice of Life/Romance/Arthouse)
3:30PM – Asobi Asobase – Episode 4 (Comedy, Voting)
4:00PM – Short Break
4:15PM – Yona of the Dawn – Episode 7 (Fantasy)
4:45PM – Durarara!! – Episode 12 (Drama, Voting)
5:15PM – Long Break & Raffle Draw
6:00PM – Psycho-Pass – Episode 6 (Mature/Horror/Thriller)
6:30PM – Assassination Classroom Second Season – Episode 3 (Action)

As always, thanks to the ECU eSports Society for booking our rooms for us.

The Facebook event can be found here.

We hope to see you there!

POWA Movie Outing – Earwig and the Witch, 13th February

Location: Event Cinema Innaloo

POWA is going forward with that delayed movie outing to see Studio Ghibli’s newest film – “Earwig and the Witch!”Although a poll is the usual deciding factor in choosing the time for POWA to make the outing, this cannot be the case this time as there is only a single option open to us at this time.

The option in question is the 10AM screening on Saturday the 13th at Event Cinemas Innaloo – as always, we highly recommend that you arrive with enough time before the start of this event to purchase tickets, buy snacks and find your seats ahead of time.POWA has not been given tickets or passes for this screening, and we cannot guarantee seats in the cinema.

Furthermore, remember that WA is still operating under mandatory mask wearing, and one will be required to enter the location.

“Growing up in an orphanage in the British countryside, Earwig has no idea that her mother had magical powers. Her life changes dramatically when a strange couple takes her in, and she is forced to live with a selfish witch. As the headstrong young girl sets out to uncover the secrets of her new guardians, she discovers a world of spells and potions, and a mysterious song that may be the key to finding the family she has always wanted.”

We hope to see you there!

See this event on Facebook, Here