What To Fringe Binge On Opening Weekend!
The fun and excitement of FRINGE WORLD gets off to an epic start on 17 January with an opening weekend you cannot miss out on!
Don’t waste any time immersing yourself in Perth’s biggest summer celebration – this is some of the best entertainment in town.
There is an epic line-up of quality ticketed and free events and big ticket shows – some of which you can only experience on the first weekend!
Big Ticket Shows
Get the fam together for all-ages fun with A Simple Space and Game ON 2.0 at The Woodside Pleasure Garden or Fuego Carnal in Yagan Square and The Choir of Man at the Ice Cream Factory which are sure to be a memorable hit for everyone.
Grab the gang for a line-up of laughs with Aborigi-LOL: The Return and Scotland!, singalong sessions with Michael Griffiths: By Request and Consensual Connie’s Karaoke Rodeoke or cheeky late night fun at Bernie Dieter’s Little Death Club and Happy Times Hotel.
Get a dose of Fringe-sized spectacle when you see Idris Stanton: WHAM GLAM CIRCUS MAN and immerse yourself in the chilling Flight in Fringe Central or experience the hilarious Speed: The Movie, The Play at Girls School.
Opening Weekend ONLY!
Catch singer Felicity Groom at Girls School unveil her third single Burj Khalifa lifted from her third album Magnetic Resonance Centre at Felicity Groom | Galactagogue | Burj Khalifa.
FREE! (Our fave F Word!)
Fringe is always great value with super cheap tickets, but there are events going on that are Free, to help ease your bank account.
The coolest chill out spot The Woodside Pleasure Garden is bubbling with eats, treats and free family entertainment including the famously mesmerising Mermaids, sweet Silent Disco and awesome range of Little Pleasures fun for the youngsters.
Fancy a free taste and teaser of some of the program’s highlights? Come to Yagan Square every weekend during the Festival for the City of Perth FRINGE WORLD Power Hour or experience the updated carnival favourite funhouse mirrors with GANify: Funhouse Mirror Machine at Girls School.
There is no shortage of laughs in the City and Northbridge with a sweet line-up of comedy and stand up shows.
Spend an hour with a Canadian funny-man for Evan Desmarais: Pizza & Ice Cream, see super smart politics mixed with silly props in Krishna Istha: Beast and settle in for some hilarious sailing stories for Scott Murphy: Sailing Lessons.
See the line between food and art blurred with a blend of dance, digital art and live performance with a 1980s flair in Secret Suppers Presents – Children of the 80s Immersive Dinner.
Cover image: Photo by Eliza Cowling.