Don’t Miss These Surprising NEW Venues

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FRINGE WORLD gets bigger and better each year with more venues jumping on board to get in on the Festival action.

2019 will see even more existing venues catching the Fringe vibes and more fun pop up venues throughout Perth and Northbridge to house the ever growing number of performers.

Check out these brand new Fringe venues that will be part of WA’s most popular celebration of fun for the very first time.

1. Megamouth – Yagan Square

You will find us buzzing around this sweet new venue in Yagan Square a lot during FRINGE WORLD. Not only is it named after a native WA bee in celebration of our awesome state, but there is a bonzer line up of shows.

Visit the Megamouth for a stack of laughs from a cracking comedy program which includes Matt Tarrant: more UNSOLVED and Comedy Hypnotist Matt Hale’s Feelgood Factory or for something cheekier like Pupperotica: Foreplay.

2. Duke of George – Fremantle

FRINGE WORLD has branched out to our port city before, but this is the first time you can soak up the Fringe vibes at this hot new live music venue.

Pop on down for some smooth jazzy tunes with Jessie Grodon’s show Dirty Jazz and chill out down in the elegantly designed semi-basement of the heritage listed building Brush Factory on George Street.

3. The Windsor Hotel – South Perth

No doubt you have hung out at this vibrant iconic venue before with a few mates, catching up over a brew. This is a chance to see it in a new light with awesome FRINGE WORLD vibes!

Head back this summer a whole new experience and catch a bunch of cheeky and hilarious shows and maybe even pick up some tips on self love with Wank Bank Masterclass and Pussy Play Masterclass.

4. The Claremont – Claremont

This western suburbs icon built in 1902 has recently undergone a bit of a revamp all ready to hold a few Fringe shows this summer.

Check out the fresh digs while soaking up the fun Fringe vibes with mates over a couple bevvies and a show such as Eleanor’s Story: American Girl in Hitler’s Germany or two-woman show Love/Hate Actually.

Cover image: Photo by Wade Ranson.