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Bella Green gets real about sex work at Fringe World Festival

Bella Green gets real about sex work at Fringe World Festival

Comedian, writer and sex worker Bella Green is bringing her debut show to her hometown for Fringe World Festival. Bella Green Is Charging For It takes a journey through Green’s life as a sex worker in the form of stand-up, sketch comedy and storytelling. Green answers questions like ‘What really goes on at a peep […]

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Review | Menagerie Choir tell their stories in Odes to the (In)significant

Review | Menagerie Choir tell their stories in Odes to the (In)significant

Menagerie Choir’s Odes to the (In)significant | Teatro | til 15th Feb | ★ ★ ★ ★  Menagerie Choir is a no audition, no experience necessary choral cohort built around a love for singing and being a part of an enthusiastic, supportive, judgement free environment. Menagerie’s show Odes to the (In)significant is unlike any choral performance I’ve […]

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Review | GLAMOURPUSS is all about glitzy fun and sass

Review | GLAMOURPUSS is all about glitzy fun and sass

GLAMOURPUSS | The Edith | til 16th Feb | ★ ★ ★ ½  Cabaret is all about glitzy fun and sass and GLAMOURPUSS has plenty of both to share. This Fringe World Festival, Cougar Morrison and Mark Turner join Perth Cabaret Collective in The Edith Spiegeltent in Yagan Square for a night of jazz, dancing girls […]

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Creating the theatrical experience of ‘Dali After Dark’

Creating the theatrical experience of ‘Dali After Dark’

A lot of Fringe World shows can end up being kind of similar, another show in a Spiegeltent, a repetition of disco balls, another sword swallower takes to the stage.  So it’s refreshing when a show starts off a little differently. For Dali After Dark, which is on at Dali Land – the renamed Metro City […]

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Review | The Baden Street Singers: Whose Note is it Anyway?

Review | The Baden Street Singers: Whose Note is it Anyway?

The Baden Street Singers: Whose Note Is It Anyway? | The Edith | til 17th Feb | ★ ★ ★  Kookamunga, Kafkaesque, Onomatopoeia and Kerfuffle – now try and make a song out of that! Well that’s exactly the kind of random nonsense The Baden Street Singers excel at turning into hilarious musical numbers that could […]

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Review | Spend Another Night at the Musicals this weekend

Another Night at the Musicals | Teatro | til 10th Feb | ★ ★ ★ ★  UK’s cabaret favourites Jonny Woo and Le Gateau Chocolat return to Perth for another twisted trip through the annals of musical theatre. Woo and Chocolat tackle everything from The Sound of Music to Disney, setting out to – in their own words – […]

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Review | YUMMY DELUXE celebrates all things femme

Review | YUMMY DELUXE celebrates all things femme

YUMMY DELUXE | The Edith | til 17th Feb | ★ ★ ★ ★ ½ Our YUMMY pals from the east coast return to Fringe World with a brand new show, and a few of your favourite snacks from last year’s extravaganza. YUMMY DELUXE brings together some of the best femme-presenting performers from across the schools of circus, burlesque, drag […]

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Review | Leah Shelton is a Bitch On Heat

Review | Leah Shelton is a Bitch On Heat

Bitch On Heat | The Blue Room | til 9th Feb | ★ ★ ★ ★ ★  A glorious mix of physical theatre, puppetry, and pole-dancing Bitch on Heat is performance art at its best. Every moment of this 45 minute show is executed with the intention of provoking emotion in the audience – from bemusement to anger […]

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Review | Ginava brings all of themselves to Split Lip

Review | Ginava brings all of themselves to Split Lip

Split Lip | Deluxe | til 10th Feb | ★ ★ ★ ★ ½ Gendermess founder and Perth’s resident drag monster Ginava brings their first solo experience to Fringe World this year. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the local avant-garde drag performer, Ginava has made a name for herself with her fabulously monstrous self-made costumes […]

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Review | Sophie Joske’s ‘Woman of the Hour’ is hilarious

Review | Sophie Joske’s ‘Woman of the Hour’ is hilarious

Woman of the Hour | Lazy Susan’s Comedy Den | til 8th Feb | ★ ★ ★ ★ ★   On to a bare stage walks a woman dressed in a flowing floral robe and a turban, she speaks in a rich cultured voice immediately channeling a mix of Gloria Swanson in full Norma Desmond mode, with a twinge […]

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