How to choose a FRINGE WORLD show

Published: Mon, Nov 4 2019
Posted in Fringe News
How to choose a FRINGE WORLD show

FRINGE WORLD Festival 2020 is a masively appealing program with more than 700 events.

If this is your first time at Fringe, or you just need a few tips to help you decide what to see, then read on...

Search right here, right now

All FRINGE WORLD shows can be browsed on the What's On page.

With more search filters than Amazon.com*, you can browse by genre, accessibility, suburb, venue name, Kleenheat Sizzle Factor and even keyword to help you narrow down your search.

*May not actually have more filters than Amazon, but like there’s a lot.

Check out reviews

Head to Fringefeed.com.au for daily reviews and recommendations.

There's a bunch of returning shows at FRINGE WORLD that recieved great reviews last year and you can read about them here

Or follow Fringefeed on Facebook for updates on new reviews as they come out in 2020.

Speak to a human

During the Festival, visit one of the FRINGE WORLD Hubs. These are free to enter and roam around, with unique food and drink offers at each space. Friendly staff and artists are always around to recommend shows to see, or just relax and enjoy the good vibes.

The 2020 FRINGE WORLD Hubs are The Woodside Pleasure Garden, Girls School, Yagan Square, The Ice Cream Factory and FRINGE Central.

Join the club!

For Fringe newbies, our top tip is to become a FRINGE WORLD Friend and get access to awesome treats and insider tips to help you navigate your way through the Festival program. And even when the Festival is over, the treats keep coming all year round with exclusive offers and discounts!

You can sign up right here and it only costs $40 for an annual subscription.

Winners are grinners

The FRINGE WORLD Weekly Award winners are announced during the Festival via the FRINGE WORLD Facebook Page and the FRINGE WORLD e-news. It’s a great way to find out what the judges are raving about. 

 

Pictured above: Fuego Carnal

Pictured icon: Comedy Hypnotist Matt Hale: Random Acts of Mindness