Fringe World Festival 2019 the happiest place in Perth

Mache Repose. Picture: Andrew Ritchie
Mache Repose. Picture: Andrew Ritchie
Mache Repose. Picture: Andrew Ritchie
Fatale. Picture: Andrew Ritchie
Fatale. Picture: Andrew Ritchie
Fatale. Picture: Andrew Ritchie
Cam Venn (Charles Horse Lays An Egg). Picture: Andrew Ritchie
Cam Venn (Charles Horse Lays An Egg). Picture: Andrew Ritchie
Cam Venn (Charles Horse Lays An Egg). Picture: Andrew Ritchie
Cam Venn (Charles Horse Lays An Egg). Picture: Andrew Ritchie
Cam Venn (Charles Horse Lays An Egg). Picture: Andrew Ritchie
Cam Venn (Charles Horse Lays An Egg). Picture: Andrew Ritchie
Cam Venn (Charles Horse Lays An Egg). Picture: Andrew Ritchie
Cam Venn (Charles Horse Lays An Egg). Picture: Andrew Ritchie
Mache Repose. Picture: Andrew Ritchie Mache Repose. Picture: Andrew Ritchie Mache Repose. Picture: Andrew Ritchie Fatale. Picture: Andrew Ritchie Fatale. Picture: Andrew Ritchie Fatale. Picture: Andrew Ritchie Cam Venn (Charles Horse Lays An Egg). Picture: Andrew Ritchie Cam Venn (Charles Horse Lays An Egg). Picture: Andrew Ritchie Cam Venn (Charles Horse Lays An Egg). Picture: Andrew Ritchie Cam Venn (Charles Horse Lays An Egg). Picture: Andrew Ritchie Cam Venn (Charles Horse Lays An Egg). Picture: Andrew Ritchie Cam Venn (Charles Horse Lays An Egg). Picture: Andrew Ritchie Cam Venn (Charles Horse Lays An Egg). Picture: Andrew Ritchie Cam Venn (Charles Horse Lays An Egg). Picture: Andrew Ritchie

FRINGE World Festival is on the eve of its seventh edition, starting tomorrow and delighting audiences of all ages until February 17.

Festival director Amber Hasler said she was proud Perth continued to embrace its festival so lovingly.

“Fringe is now the largest annual event in WA, the largest platform for artists based here in WA and the third largest in the world,” she said.

“We pride ourselves on an incredibly diverse program for Perth audiences to enjoy each year.”

Hasler said hundreds of shows were opening this weekend with something for everyone.

“We know Perth loves its Fringe and this weekend we encourage everyone to come down,” she said.

“We look forward to seeing all your lovely faces here at the happiest place in Perth.”