How Good is Perth?

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Duration: 90 min

Performance accessibility

  • High Audio Content

1 Venue

Big Top at The Pleasure Garden

Russell Square, Northbridge, WA, 6003

Minors can only attend this show at this venue with a parent or legal guardian. Check the COVID Safe page on our website for vaccination requirements.

Suitability and warnings: M

Coarse Language:

Occasional

Other Warnings:

Mental Health, Drug use, Sexual Assault, Suicide/Self Harm

Kleenheat Sizzle Factor: Medium

Something for almost everyone. Not too naughty, not too nice. These shows mightn’t be ideal for the little’uns.

About this event

How Good Is Perth? Three decades after Channel 10 first posed this question (its 1988 Perth launch is on YouTube - watch it) and although ScoMo might have co-opted it for his own rhetorical catchphrase - it's still a bloody good question!

So how good is Perth, actually? Super good? A bit good? Not good at all? Who is it good for? How do we make it gooderer?

This Hypothetical will see former ABC News Anchor James McHale lead our guests through an elaborate unfolding scenario, challenging the perceptions and assumptions of our panel and audience. They're not the usual suspects, either...

Everyone has an opinion about how good Perth really is - so let's get 'em out and put 'em to the test.

How good is Perth?! Join us to find out.

Presented by Anglicare WA.

Presented by:
Anglicare WA

James D McHale is a former lawyer and TV news anchor turned Media & Communications Strategist. This is his second FRINGE WORLD show, performing a sold-out and critically-ignored season of the late-night chat show Real Talk with James McHale.

Anglicare WA is a leading not-for-profit organization that helps people in times of need. We play an important role in building strong relationships, families, and communities. We provide support, counselling, and advocacy for people struggling with poverty, domestic violence, homelessness, grief, mental wellness, and other forms of crisis or trauma.

Fringefeed reviews

  • A fun show to get people thinking from different perspectives about what makes a city great. – Fringefeed
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