Find Out Which Fabulous Fringe World Shows To Add To Your Viewing List
We’re already counting down until Fringe World makes its dazzling return to Perth in 2022, and they’re bringing a stellar lineup of local and interstate talent with them.
436 shows, 90 venues and the iconic pop-up Fringe World venues are preparing to land with a bang featuring comedy, musicals, cabaret, circus and much more in an array of stunning entertainment.
Clear your schedule from the 14th of January-13th of February, because we’re bringing you our top 12 picks of the Fringe World shows you don’t want to miss.
DIVAS–The Drag Revue: Fierce and Fabulous
Disco dance floor hits, show-stopping costumes, big hair, big boobs and big vocals- strap in for a night of wild sing-along fun.
Host Dean Misdale, star of Priscilla Queen of the Desert The Musical, will have you bopping in your seat with drink in hand as they pull out all the fabulous you can handle in one sitting.
Tickets: $35 – $40
Adults Only Magic Show
Get some WOW factor in your night with the wildly hilarious and wickedly inappropriate duo Sam & Justin as they deliver raucous comedy, dangerous stunts and mind-bending illusions that will leave you scratching your head.
A sell-out at last year’s Fringe, this jam-packed spectacular will have you laughing until your stomach hurts with magic like you’ve not seen it before.
Tickets: $25 – $33
Briefs: Bite Club
Gathering a flock of fans over the years, Briefs is back and hotter than ever.
Brisbane’s award-winning cabaret mischief-makers, circus stars and heart-stopping hooligans are coming in hot as they join forces with the powerhouse songbird Sahara beck. Glitter, leotards, feathers, more glitter- it’s set to be an absolute doozy in a genre-defying mix of everything you love.
Tickets: $47 – $57
YUCK Circus: DEADSET
This one deserves a lotta love considering they’re homegrown WA heroes.
YUCK is back with their sell-out show in a ripper night of comedy and circus. Expect total Aussie larrikin laughs, high-flying acrobatics, daring stunts and plenty of thrills as the powerhouse of female performers sink a few tinnies and put on one hell of a show.
Tickets: $32 – $34
DIRT by Angus Cameron
Two strangers meet, drink and party in Moscow- both need something for the other, both have something to hide. Intrigued?
The WA premiere of smash-hit queer thriller DIRT is a seductive exploration of sexuality, persecution and solidarity receiving four awards at Adelaide Fringe 2021. It’s intimate, confronting and painfully relevant as it draws you in and doesn’t let go. This is theatre at its best, and we can’t wait to watch it.
Joe White : Ethiopian & Still Not Hungry – The Finale
Joe White is back bigger and better this Fringe.
Grabbing a heap of awards, you might have caught him on Australia’s Got Talent or Sunrise. His background is absolutely fascinating, and you’ll have laughs aplenty with his witty storytelling and ingenious charm.
Run away with the circus for a night and experience a world of whimsy, wonder and amazement in a re-imagined family spectacular.
Keep your eyes on the sky as acrobats tumble in stunning fashion and breath-taking aerialists soar, be amazed by world-class illusions and smile ear to ear with comedy sprinkled all through.
Tickets: $21 – $35
Hot, Hot, Hot!
The cast of The Underground are bringing all the heat in their tantalizing show as you get hot and sweaty among explosive dance, drag and fire performances that will have you hooked from start to finish. Think you can handle it?
Tickets: $42 – $47
Cabaret Le Papillon
For two nights and two nights only, Cabaret Le Papillon will be heading to Connections for an adult-only open-mic cabaret variety show that’s set to tease and please.
In an array of body positivity and self expression, be captured by unique line ups and hot to trot performances from newcomers and established artists alike.
Comedy Hypnotist Matt Hale: Absolute Chaos
Get ready to absolutely LOL with Matt Hale as he brings his comedy hypnosis special back to Fringe.
You can enjoy from the audience or get right up in the action onstage (don’t worry, you wont be asked to walk like a chicken). It’s bonkers, it’s a laugh and it’s totally unmissable- you’ll be roaring with laughter, or totally forgetting what happened that night.
Tickets: $25 – $40
Holding a few five stars under her belt, Louisa is back by popular demand to bring her nerdy, pun-filled cabaret and comedy.
If you love grammar, you’ll love this. If not, you might just learn a thing or two in the award-winning show.
Tickets: $36 – $42
From the makers of YUCK, Off Chops is set to make its mark as it takes a hilarious look at late-night shenanigans and challenges feminine stereotypes.
Two drunken girls, one night out on the town, acrobatics and trashy dancing- all the right ingredients for a totally wicked time. From short dresses riding up to wondering what the heck takes women so long in the bathroom, get an insight into all drunken 3am adventures in the best way possible.
Feature Image: Briefs |fringeworld.com.au
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