Reusable Cups

Reusable cups are returning to FRINGE WORLD Hubs, Girls School and The Pleasure Garden in 2022.   

The sustainability program is carrying on this festival to reduce waste at Fringe.  

Over 120,000 single-use plastic cups were saved from landfill in 2021 with this initiative, and we are expecting even more in 2022! 

When you grab a bevvy at Girls School or The Pleasure Garden this festival, the cost of a cup is $2.  

If you want another drink, simply take your cup back to the bar and reuse it (or get a clean one).  

Done with your cup?

Once you’re done with your cup, you have three options: 

  1. Use your cup to vote for a charity to receive a donation by placing it in one of the purple bins near the exits 
  2. Show your receipt to claim a $2 refund at the Cup Kiosk  
  3. Take your cup home 

If you choose to vote for a charity to receive a donation, not only does it show off your big heart, but your cup will be washed and reused. 

The organisation that receives the most cup votes at the end of the festival will receive a $2,000 donation, second will receive a $1,500 donation, and third receive a $1,000 donation.  

More information about the awesome 2022 charities

RUAH Community Services

WAAC (pronounced ‘whack’) has provided a broad range of sexual health, mental health, LGBTIQA+ support and related programs for over 35 years.  

WAAC’s work optimises the health and wellbeing for all by reducing the impact of stigma and discrimination, improving access to health services and information and reducing transmission of HIV, sexually transmitted infections and blood-borne viruses. 


Lifeline WA provides all Western Australians experiencing a personal crisis or thinking about suicide with access to 24-hour crisis support and suicide prevention services. 

Lifeline WA aims to prevent suicide, support people in crisis and reduce stigmas around mental health and suicide, which can be a barrier to people seeking help. The 13 11 14 service is free and available to anyone and everyone. 



Ruah Community Services has been supporting and empowering vulnerable and disadvantaged people to create positive change in their lives for more than 60 years. 

The Ruah team supports around 3,500 people each year – delivering tailored, wrap-around support for people experiencing homelessness, family and domestic violence, mental health issues and, as a result, needing legal advice and support. 

The Cup Kiosk

At The Pleasure Garden, the Cup Kiosk is located behind the Box Office at the James Street entry. 

At Girls School, it is located in the Box Office. 


This initiative helps us to eliminate a lot of waste produced by single-use plastic cups – thanks for helping us do it! 

Want a little something to take home? While you’re at one of our hubs, you can get yourself a FRINGE WORLD Stubbie Holder for $5 or $4 with any drink purchase. There are four designs – can you collect them all?