5 high energy shows for the whole family
Posted in FringeTips
Need to get active with the kids this summer?
We’ve got a list of shows you can enjoy with the whole family – and there’s family passes to make it even simpler.
House of Joys
Enter the House of Joys, a place of fun, play, happiness, laughter, and friends, where the rules of the adult world are suspended.
In this part installation, part one-on-one performance, the artists individually guide participants through the House of Joys, allowing you to rediscover the freedom and fearlessness of children in a tactile playground.
Come along and play.
The Best of the West Australian Circus Festival
Best of the West Australian Circus Festival
Why see one circus act when you can see a whole bunch of them?
Direct from the annual Western Australian Circus Festival in Karridale, Margaret River: Lunar Circus brings a unique international line up of some of the finest circus artists on the planet to the Pleasure Garden!
Can I Get An Amen?!
Hallelujah! A sermon inspired by the memoirs of Whoopi Goldberg, RuPaul and Shannon Noll is finally here!
It's a wild, quirky, sassy comedy – not your normal night out.
Following an outstanding break-out season at the 2017 Melbourne Cabaret Festival Pisca is here for his Perth debut.
Through a combination of Cirque Du Soleil-style clowning, impeckable timing and refined vocals, this show will duck dive deep into an exploration of Pisca's life. Waddle he do?
Silent Disco. Image by Jarrad Seng.
Guru Dudu Silent Disco Walking Tours
Guru Dudu and his Village People are the modern pied-pipers.
Put on a pair of supplied headphones and interpretatively dance to the historic stories of Perth because that’s what they’re there for.