Fringe World acts to impress
WITH more than 700 international, national and local acts programmed for Fringe World 2019, you could be forgiven for not knowing where to even begin planning this year’s Fringe binge.
Thankfully, you have a starting point with some Fringe World acts we think are going to be worth checking out during the festival from January 18 to February 17.
Tickets at www.fringeworld.com.au.
DALI LAND AND DALI AFTER DARK
Enter the mind of Salvador Dali in an immersive four-level exhibition dedicated to the surrealist master.
Featuring more than 200 works, the exhibition has also inspired immersive theatrical experience Dali After Dark, a promenade performance by Briefs Factory.
Dali Land at Metro City, Northbridge – January 19 to February 17 and Dali After Dark – January 28 to February 17.
The smash hit of 2018, Club Swizzle, from the creators of La Soiree, has a new line-up of mischievous acrobats, troubadours and cabaret queens.
Club Swizzle kicks the mayhem up a notch in a cocktail of comedy, cabaret and circus served with a twist.
The Ice Cream Factory, Northbridge, January 17 to March 3.
BLANC DE BLANC BLANC de BLANC returns to Perth with the finest cabaret and acrobatic talent from around the world, serving a blend of vintage glamour, high-end specta- cle and titillating acts to infatuate and delight.
The Pear Tree, Perth, January 18 to March 2.
The Indigenous dance sensations and landmark dance/theatre company that took the world by storm presents their internationally acclaimed production fusing traditional dance, pop-culture and storytelling with a hefty dose of heart and soul.
The West Australian Spiegeltent, The Woodside Pleasure Garden, Russell Square, Northbridge, January 18 to February 17.
TONY GALATI THE MUSICAL
Written by Dan Debuf with music by Caleb Garfinkel, this highly-nutritious-yetcompetitively-priced musical is inspired by the life and triumphs of Perth’s Spud Shed magnate Tony Galati. It is being called the ‘ Hamilton’ of the fresh produce aisle.
De Parel Spiegeltent, The Woodside Pleasure Garden, Russell Square, Northbridge, February 12 to 17.
The kings of narrative circus are back, following last year’s hit Elixir, with an all-new acrobatic adventure. The westernthemed circus spectacular will combine the physical talents, finely chiselled bodies and hilarious comic timing of the Head First Acrobats.
The West Australian Spiegeltent, The Woodside Pleasure Garden, Russell Square, Northbridge, January 22 to February 10.
ANOTHER NIGHT AT THE MUSICALS
Olivier winning star Le Gateau Chocolat and
Jonny Woo are in Perth for Another Night at the Musicals. The performance is a melting pot of musical theatre karaoke, vaudeville, variety, sing-along and dress up madness.
Teatro, The Woodside Pleasure Garden, Russell Square, Northbridge, January 29 to February 10.
LET IT GO! SINGALONG AND DANCE PARTY
Join in the fun with your favourite kid’s film songs. Created for ages 3-12, there will be bubbles, a snowstorm and children are invited to come dressed as their favourite character.
Big Top at Sunset Veranda, Brighton Reserve, Scarborough, January 19, 20 and 24.
Cottesloe Classic MileThe Cottesloe Classic Mile is a 1600m ocean swim starting and finishing at Cottesloe Beach, first held in 1984 and conducted by the Cottesloe Surf Life Saving Club Inc. CSLSC now offer additional races of 3000m and 400m to cover swimmers of all ages and abilities.DETAILS: From 6am to 11am on January 12 at Cottesloe Beach. Visit https://bit.ly/2gwb8i2.Terrace NightsTerrace Nights is back, transforming the northern end of Bay View Terrace for a twilight street festival on Thursday evenings this summer. Join in the activities from 5pm each night with free family entertainment, extended alfresco dining, live DJ, food trucks, buskers, late night shopping and a kids' corner. Eat, shop, and enjoy the entertainment along Claremont’s Bay View Terrace.DETAILS: Terrace nights will take place along Claremont’s Bay View Terrace every Thursday evening from January 10 to February 14, from 5pm to 9pm.For details, email [email protected]mont.wa.gov.au or call 9285 4300.
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