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› FRINGE WORLD Awards Celebration

Perth’s popular Fringe Festival has had a final 2018 celebration with the FRINGE WORLD Awards ceremony held tonight at The Edith Spiegeltent.


FRINGE WORLD 2018 has recorded a bumper first half - but there's still two weeks to go!


Shake off the borings this summer. FRINGE WORLD Festival is here!


A new series urging Fringe-goers to support local performers this Festival.

› What a hoot, hop on a Toot Toot!

City of Perth is giving Fringe-goers free peddle bike rides during the 2018 FRINGE WORLD Festival.

› Buskers Weekender Bender

The full program of wild entertainment has been revealed for the inaugural City of Perth FRINGE WORLD Buskers Weekender

› FRINGE WORLD to help Perth forget boring in 2018

FRINGE WORLD Festival today revealed its highly anticipated 2018 program showcasing a line-up that’ll shake off the borings this summer from 26 January through to 25 February.

› Biggest performer in WA is FRINGE WORLD

FRINGE WORLD's Impact Report for the 2017 Festival reveals the massive success of the event, which is the biggest box office earner of any arts event in Western Australia.

Perth's most popular annual event has maintained its title as the third largest Fringe festival in the world, delivering over $8.6 million in payments to participating artists.

› FRINGE WORLD CEO Wins WA of the Year Award

FRINGE WORLD Festival founder and CEO Marcus Canning has won the prestigious Arts and Culture Award at the 2017 Western Australian of the Year Awards ceremony, held on Friday 2 June 2017.

The Award recognises Mr. Canning's leading role with the Festival in addition to his work behind other successful arts and entertainment initiatives over the last 25 years.

› FRINGE WORLD 2017 closes with Festival Awards

FRINGE WORLD 2017 had its celebratory swan song at the Festival's Award ceremony where the best of the Fest were recognised and acknowledged.

Perth's FRINGE WORLD Festival, the third largest Fringe in the world, sold more than 350,000 tickets and generated box office sales in excess of $10 million. Attendance at ticketed and non-ticketed events topped 750,000 and proves that Perth lapped up the opportunity to escape the everyday and go to their happy place at the Fringe.