Fringefeed | 10 Dec 2019

One-Time Only Shows You Simply Cannot Miss

There are some real gems this Fringe that are only going to happen once! That’s right – one-off shows, never to be repeated this Festival!

Schedule yourself in for some once in a lifetime experiences – you never know, these gems could end up being on your Festival faves list!

Music To Your Ears

Celebrate rubbish music at the hilarious Tomas Ford’s Crap Music Rave Party where you can request songs as long as they are crap or unleash your inner Dancing Queen at the Disco Dance Party.

Valentine’s Day date night is sorted with the Normal Place’s Informal Formal where average clothing is encouraged, catch the biggest base music event of the Festival with Casuel (Live) or start the lunar new year at Dynasty: Dark Moon Party.

Tickle The Funny Bone

Have a few laughs at the self-explanatory A Young Man Dressed As A Gorilla Dressed As An Old Man Sits Rocking In A Rocking Chair For 56 Minutes And Then Leaves, or mix comedy and romance with (Not) The Bachelor Live on Valentine’s Day Hosted by Luke Bolland.

The live grilling in Maisie’s Massive Mistakes is sure to have you gasping between giggles and tough as nails, loveable, adventure hoon and comedy veteran brings the lols with Mickey D: Comedy Weapon.

Get Some Variety With Cabaret

Get a huge dose of talent, humour and entertainment at Burlesque Idol Australia and for something groovy baby, there is a tribute to your favourite international man of mystery: Austin Powers.

Give the vocal cords a workout and BYO instrument at Lucinda Panties’ Super Funtimes Singalong Jamboree witness the glitz and glamour of The Vintage Glamour Burlesque Hour and spend an evening with Gavin Nicklette: Lounge Room Confessions.

But Wait, There’s More!

Dress in your best vintage clothes and help celebrate 100 years of swing dance at Swing Swing Soiree! or pop over to the theatre to explore queer culture with Transmission, a show by Perth-based artist Janet Carter.

Bring the kids along for some family fun and circus antics with Leaping Lillies or for a change of pace, come to ode to summer where anything can happen.


Cover image: Photo by Joe Spina.