Fringe World’s Sunset Veranda: sing and dance along to kids film faves

Zane Alexander and Chloe King are performing at Fringe World Festival. Photo: Deric Martin
Zane Alexander and Chloe King are performing at Fringe World Festival. Photo: Deric Martin

PREPARE to Let It Go and discover A Whole New World when Fringe World Festival launches at Scarborough this weekend.

Performers Zane Alexander and Chloe King present immersive live show Let It Go! Singalong and Dance Party! at Fringe World Festival’s Sunset Veranda venue on January 19, 20 and 24.

Aimed at children aged three to 12 but sure to please people of all ages, the show will feature a variety of songs from popular children’s movies.

Alexander said he had performed in many children’s shows.

“Kids are so keen to join in that they always gravitate to the front of the stage,” he said.

“It was my vision to create a show which includes them.

“This is how our ‘immersive’ zone was born. There are lots of opportunities to be part of the fun.”

King believed the show would appeal to everyone.

“We’ve mixed classic songs with current favourites so that ‘kids’ of all ages can sing along,” she said.

“Some of my friends without children are already planning to bring nieces and nephews.”

Children are encouraged to dress up as their favourite character for the shows, being held at Brighton Reserve in Scarborough.

Tickets from www.fringeworld.com.au.