Fringe World 2019: Comma Sutra review

If you’re a self-confessed grammar nerd, bookworm or language lover, your little heart will (figuratively) explode with joy at Louisa Fitzhardinge’s Comma Sutra – a joyful repertoire of clever, pun-filled and linguistically lush songs and stories. Comma Sutra is a fantastic and punchy cabaret that I’ve been trying to see for the last few years, […]

Fringe World 2019: Suns of Fred – The Greatest Showmen & Another Guy review

Winning over the hearts of Perth one hip thrust at a time, Suns of Fred are a super slick, high-energy, rollercoaster of comedic cabaret. The home-grown trio have performed to sold out shows across Australia and internationally, and it’s easy to see why – with great chemistry, smooth moves and impressive harmonies, they’ve got the […]

Fringe World 2019: Baby Got Back – Size Queens review

All girl. All guts. All glory. Get ready for an in your face explosion of the female body that is teaming with bold feminism, smart observations and a resounding cry to have your voice heard. Baby Got Back: Size Queens is a wild ride of body-positivity from an all-female cast of Australian dancers, strippers, showgirls, […]

Fringe World 2019: Djuki Mala review

Djuki Mala is a phenomenal celebration of dance and a heart-warming tribute to culture, sharing the joy of movement with passion, charisma, and love of dance that flows through the bodies of the performers. Djuki Mala sure know how to draw a crowd, and on a hot summer’s day the West Australian Spiegeltent was absolutely […]

5 shows you MUST see at Fringe World this year!

It’s time to find your happy place, with Fringe World 2019 offering up more than 700 events from 18th January to 17th February. The third largest Fringe celebration in the world is right here in our own hometown, and there truly is something for everyone. From circus and comedy, to theatre and music, dance and […]

Fringe World 2018: Hot Brown Honey review

Hot Brown Honey is a phenomenal, empowering celebration, using humour, dance, inspired music and incredible showmanship to tackle issues of racism and sexism through an explosion of colour and controversy. Check your privilege at the door and get ready for a pumping, powerful hour of red-hot genre-defying entertainment that you’ll never forget.

Fringe World 2018: Briefs – Close Encounters review

The world’s hottest all-male boylesque group are back with Perth with a brand new mashup of circus, drag, burlesque and comedy. Having glitter-bombed the globe with their iconic and hilarious circus and variety stylings, Brisbane’s Briefs boys are back from an exploration of the third dimension with sci-fi and space themed debauchery, here to reassure […]

Fringe World 2018: The Candy Box review

Imogen Kelly’s The Candy Box is a sweet choose-your-own-adventure style exploration of innovative and humorous burlesque, bringing together the impressive creativity of Australia’s Queen of Burlesque and World Queen of Burlesque 2012 with a talented cast of national performers for a highly entertaining night. Known her creativity, impressive costumes and sexy-fun style, Imogen Kelly is […]