FRINGE World Perth: The Calm Before The Storm

FRINGE World Perth: The Calm Before The Storm

This year’s Fringe Festival is the most ambitious to date; With over 200 acts performing over the 4 weeks beginning with tonight’s VIP launch, as well as expanding into the Swan region with Midlandia (so much class with the extra ‘i’) nobody could argue with that.

 Titty Bar Ha Ha combine burlesque, comedy and renditions of popular music to create a great crowd oriented performance.

Titty Bar Ha Ha combine burlesque, comedy and renditions of popular music to create a great crowd oriented performance.

The newly added ‘The Pleasure Garden’ will be home to the festival’s second biggest venue, The West Australian Spiegeltent, which I might add just adds to the sincere feel of the performances it will be host to, also holds in it some culinary delights with authentic Dutch dining and plenty of nice places to sit around, and watch the many attractions walking around.

 The Vaudevillians will satisfy your "Mind's Ear"

The Vaudevillians will satisfy your "Mind's Ear"

We are lucky enough to be checking out a bunch of amazing performances, and after checking out the programme already have a few favourites lined-up, like The Epicene Butcher and Shaggers at the DeLuxe tent as well as The Vaudevillians in the Perth Cultural Centre and Titty bar Ha Ha at the Spiegeltent, the latter two of which I was treated to a quick preview and were both very impressive stage performances.

We’ll be making regular updates as the festival progresses, so stay tuned!

Tickets and ALL OF THE INFORMATION can be found here.

 

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