I am super pumped to see the reach of Fringe extending all the way down into our quaint portside town. Spread over two weeks, 10 venues and a pop up headquarters, the Royale is an array of awesome shows to happily keep you from the airconditioned comfort of your homes. These are a couple of my picks that I am most excited about...
I have grown up entraptured by the raucous lispings of this particularly intelligent individual and to see him live will be killer. The show is the true story of how he met a white supremecist, befriended his black killer and wrote a book. I am delighted to say that I have no idea what to expect.
You have just combined two of my favourite things in existence, comedy and wine. I mean I generally mix those two things together anyway, but to be outrightly encouraged makes this all the more enticing.
When Wil Anderson say's he was blown away by a performer and that 'you should catch him while you can still afford it', I tend to sit up and listen. As a former illegal immigrant Umit's show revolves around residency, ethnicity and criminal offences in Australia. See you there.
When described as "a structured and deliberate geometric form as the representation of modern urbanization", my inner art critic packed up shop and left me with no idea what they were talking about. You should at the least jump at the excuse to visit one of my favourite spaces in Fremantle.
Just a couple to tickle your fancy. Make sure that you check out the King's Common pop up outside the old Myer building which runs for a joyous 8 days from Wednesday the 4th.