COLOURFUL MIX OF ACTS SET TO THRILL
EDGY, colourful and always entertaining; Sydney’s Fringe Festival is an interesting mix of art, performance and handson events that are sure to appeal to artists, art appreciators and families. Polixeni Papapetrou’s photography combines stunning flowers and models, and will be on display at the Stills Gallery throughout September. There will be more than 300 ticketed productions across 46 venues, spanning theatre, physical theatre and circus, music, comedy, visual art, film, cabaret, musical theatre, dance and spoken word. Musical highlights include the 17-piece Sirens Big Band and Australia’s finest flamenco guitar player Damian Wright. The festival will also run a program of family-friendly events including yoganauts, a yoga class for kids, wall-hanging workshops and a cricket day at Camperdown Park. The cricket day will be held on Sunday, September 18, with a broader kids’ program scheduled on Saturday, September, 24, and Sunday, September, 25. From Thursday, September 1, to Friday, September 30, at venues across Sydney. Details: sydneyfringe.com.