Girls School Creative Precinct
The historic 1930s Old Perth Girls School building is iconic in its ‘Egyptian Art-Deco’ grandeur. The castle-like building operated as a school for thirty years and then a Police centre for fifty years. Some remember going to school there. Others remember going there for traffic branch business. A few remember going there to visit major crime and the dog squad. Some of them are still in prison.
FRINGE WORLD activated the venue in winter for Girls School Cinema and now this historic building will be home to A Midnight Visit, an epic immersive theatre work coming direct from a sensational sell-out debut in Sydney.
Dogs are not allowed at Girls School and East Perth Cemetery (service animals and guide dogs excepted).
From 6:30pm Tuesday - Sunday
The FRINGE Cat will run from Perth Busport to Girls School 7pm - 9:45pm Tuesday - Friday and from Girls School to Perth Busport 7:35pm - 11:20pm Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday and 11:35pm to 12:05am on Friday and Saturday.
All other times Girls School is serviced by the Red Cat & Yellow Cat buses, just get off at the Plain St Stops.
The closest train stations are Claisebrook and McIver, an approximate 15 minute walk.
Limited free parking is available at Girls School, additional parking is available at CPP Queens Gardens.
Take an Uber.
Girls School is not wheelchair accessible.
Girls School is a licensed area and security may ask to see valid Photo ID to gain entry. If you cannot produce valid photo ID then you may be refused entry, without refund for any tickets purchased. Under 18's are welcome to licensed areas but must be accompanied and supervised by a parent, legal guardian or a responsible adult and the decision to allow entry is entirely at the discretion of the licensee. Visit the FAQ page for the valid forms of Photo ID accepted in Western Australia. Note that some events are restricted to over 18s only.
As East Perth Cemetery is not licensed, ID is not required for entry.