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Celebrate the Hottest 100 with these Free events
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Celebrate the Hottest 100 with these Free events

The time has come to count down the biggest hits of 2020 with the Triple J Hottest 100 countdown. If no one in your group has put their hand up to host this year, here are seven events that will have you kicking back and counting down in the best (and free) way.

THE b-plot girls – fringe review
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THE b-plot girls – fringe review

The B-Plot Girls follows the lives of Jen – ‘a ball-busting girl boss determined to break into the boys club of journalism’ and Bridget – ‘a traditional housewife hell-bent on keeping her satanic secret and perfect family.’ Both women are characters in TV shows that are about to be cancelled and have found themselves in...

SHE IS STRONG – FRINGE REVIEW
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SHE IS STRONG – FRINGE REVIEW

Raw and personal, She Is Strong is the perfect example of why we all ought to be supporting local, independent shows at Fringe World Festival. Read our full review here.

Matt Hale: Bonkers – Fringe Review
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Matt Hale: Bonkers – Fringe Review

If you’ve ever cried at a sad movie, driven somewhere familiar with no recollection of how you got there, zoned out of a conversation, taken part in meditation, or even had a dream – Matt Hale’s Bonkers is for you.  The aptly named Bonkers was created by Hale as a way for audiences to forget...

A Circus Sensation – ZAP Circus Review
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A Circus Sensation – ZAP Circus Review

If you’re looking for an event the whole family can enjoy this Fringe – you can’t go past the dynamic duo of Tarrabelle Murphy and Rusty Hammond from ZAP Circus. Fresh from sell-out seasons around Western Australia, Canada and beyond, the married WA locals have brought a brand-new show to Fringe this year that is...

THE RETURN OF LIVE MUSIC CONTINUES – BIRDS OF TOKYO
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THE RETURN OF LIVE MUSIC CONTINUES – BIRDS OF TOKYO

Fremantle Prison opened its doors this weekend for a show that reminded us of the power of live music. After what was a tumultuous 2020 for the arts, it’s great to see live acts slowly make their way back into normality with Birds of Tokyo supported by Dunsborough local Brayden Sibbald and local 4-piece indie-pop...