Fringe World Perth 2016

100% Chicken Free – Matt Hale Comedy Hypnotist, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 29 January 2016

Comedy hypnotist Matt Hale taps into the audience's hidden desire to participate and conducts a raucous night of laughter — and gentle humiliation. David Erceg reviews.

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Best of Edinburgh Comedy, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 28 January 2016

An Englishman, an Irishman and a home-grown Queenslander cover a broad array of topics in a riotous and light-hearted night of Edinburgh's best comedy. Natasha Bloomfield reviews.

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The Epic, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 28 January 2016

The Epic doesn’t look epic at all. It’s just two bodies on a barely lit stage, standing among some miniature mountain ranges that function as set design — but it showcases a united love of poetry and spoken word. Amber Gempton reviews.

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Interview with Nicole Henriksen from Nicole Henriksen is Makin it Rain, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 27 January 2016

“I could have had a stand-up comedy show about it, I could have had a cabaret or a burlesque show about it. But I realised I didn’t want to have a distance between myself and the audience anymore. I actually wanted to challenge myself to break that down even further”.

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Hush: An Evening of Quiet Music, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 26 January 2016

Burt Memorial Hall proves an ideal venue for an evening of acoustic sets from four of Perth's most promising musical duos, treating audiences to everything from dreamy, romantic pop to rasping blues.

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Ben Russell in The Tokyo Hotel, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 25 January 2016

In his maniacal one-man show brimming with blind-siding enthusiasm, Ben Russell brings to life the dilapidated grounds and eccentric characters of an old Los Angeles hotel.

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Vladimir the Crow – Whispering Ghoul, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 25 January 2016

Although Bourke’s character and the topic of the show are on the darker side, the piece is performed with a light, almost ludicrous sense of fun.

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Zoe Coombs Marr in Dave 2: Trigger Warning, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 25 January 2016

A worst-of-Australia-Day type, Dave is a rabid, drawling, bigoted larrikin, whose pet peeves include ‘twitter feminism’, dikes at mikes, and the unsportsmanlike configuration of the female anatomy.

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Treasure Ships: Art in the Age of Spices, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 24 January 2016

Touching on the Portuguese acquisition of India, the Dutch infiltration of Indonesia, Japan's early engagements with the West through foreign trade, and the Makassan trade with Northern Australia, the exhibition showcases an array of invaluable artworks produced in the height of discovery and maritime exploration.

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No Lights No Lycra, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 24 January 2016

No Lights No Lycra is a perfect way to have fun while sweating, but only with those comfortable and confident enough to free their inhibitions. If you’re up for the challenge, it’s definitely worth checking out.

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