Don’t miss these great shows coming to Fringe Festival 2024

90 Day Comedian

South African Comedian Dalin Oliver is making his Fringe World debut with his laugh-a-line stand-up comedy show 90 Day Comedian. The National Arts Festival Standard Bank Ovation Award Winner just wrapped up a five city tour of Australia, delivering gags tight enough to get past border control in Perth, Sydney, Melbourne, Gold Coast and Brisbane. This is a coming of age story for the Cape Town based former teacher, with a fresh take on life after spending more time abroad. He can’t wait to get hitched to the comedy scene down under before his 90 day visa and jokes expire. See you at the show mate!

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Kirsty Mann – Skeletons

Award-winning writer and comedian, Kirsty Mann, has been keeping a secret – she’s a doctor. But please don’t tell anyone, she wants people to take her seriously as a comedian. Fresh from a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Festival, Kirsty brings Skeletons to Perth for its Australian debut before returning to London to the prestigious Soho Theatre. Part comedy, part theatre, this hybrid show is directed by Laura Corcoran from critically-acclaimed double act Frisky & Mannish.

Skeletons is about a doctor who is pretending she’s isn’t a doctor. London-based Funny Women Awards finalist, Kirsty, has been working in the arts for a while, predominantly as a performer and more recently as a writer. But she’s had another occupation beside that – a secret job – as a doctor. She feared her work as a doctor undermined her credibility as a performer, and that her work as a performer undermined her credibility as a doctor! Now she’s finally ready to spill the beans! This is an hour of hilarious storytelling, featuring many characters, including Dom – an arrogant but delicious doctor with whom she has an ill-fated affair – and her best friend, Joe, a wild and accident-prone musician. 

Venue: The Little Palais – Pleasure Garden

Time: 7.30pm

Dates: January 19th – 28th (not 22nd)



One of Australia’s most original comedic voices, he is bringing his new show SEAN OFF SHOTGUN to his hometown with both barrels loaded. Sean has performed at American Comedy Festivals including Motor City Comedy Festival, Laugh After Dark Comedy Festival, Milwaukee Comedy Festival and Alaska BUDie Comedy Festival. He’s supported Steve-O, Theo Von, Tom Green, Ari Shaffir, Tony Hinchcliffe, Doug Stanhope and Sam Tellant.

Sean is also the co-host of the outrageous dating podcast Out-Dating with Simone Springer. He also created the highly successful Canned Comedy Showcase, a comedy show that helped raise 20,000 meals for Foodbank Australia and operated across WA and the NT. Sean will take the show to the rest of Australia after his Fringe World run.

WHERE: The Comedy Garden at The Craft Beer and Cider Garden, 124 James St, Northbridge, WA, 6003 WHEN: 29 January – 17 February, 2024

WHERE: Upstairs Room at Balmoral Hotel, 901 Albany Hwy, East Victoria Park, WA, 6101 WHEN: January 20th, 2024

WHERE: Upstairs Room at The Sail & Anchor, The Sail & Anchor, 64 South Terrace, Fremantle, WA, 6160
WHEN: February 18th, 2024

WHERE: The Main Room at Hyde Park Hotel, 331 Bulwer St, West Perth, WA, 6005 WHEN: January 19th, 2024

Minors can only attend this show at this venue with a parent or legal guardian.

COST: $27 Bookings

The Dreamer

A dynamic and exciting new solo circus performance, choreographed by acrobat and dancer Robbie Curtis (Arc Circus Co, Cirque du Soleil, Circa, Circus Oz, Australian Ballet) which premiered to a sold-out season at Underground Festival at HOTA on the Gold Coast. 

Appropriate for all ages, The Dreamer is a kaleidoscope of circus, illusion, magic, physical comedy and dance and is inspired by a Charlie Chaplin aesthetic, full of physical wonderment and magic. 

In this dreamland anything and everything is possible. Our dreamer swings from the chandelier and is seduced by a broom, becomes a sporting star, gets caught on the high seas – everything is magic, which is delightful, and at times terrifying. 

Is it a dream or is it the madness of insomnia… or maybe both?

Time to wake up yet?