Adults only at Fringe World Perth 2024 

Briefs: Dirty Laundry 

Dirty Laundry is making a return to Perth for Fringe World 2024, gracing the stage at the all-new L’Euro Grande from January 19 to February 4 for the final time. 

Prepare for an unforgettable night filled with more glitter stains and bold attitude than ever before. Perth’s favourite misfits—Fez Faanana, Mark ‘Captain Kid’ Winmill, Dale Woodbridge Brown, Brett Rosengreen, Rowan Thomas, Thomas Worrell, Luke Hubbard, and Dylan Rodrigeuz—invite you to indulge in a night of intoxicating physicality, jaw-dropping comedy, unapologetic truths, and outrageous showmanship. 

Join the boys on this sexy dry-clean-only journey, setting your cycle to HOT as they tumble dry. Get ready for a wild ride through the best circus, drag, comedy, and boylesque you’ll witness all summer. 

Don’t miss this limited season at L’Euro Grande—where Dirty Laundry will be laying it all out for the very last time in Perth. 

Dates: January 19 – February 4, 2024 (no shows Mondays) 7pm

Venue: L’Euro Grande
European Foods Warehouse, 77-83 Francis St, Northbridge


Joe White: Ethiopian & Still Not Hungry 2024

Fresh from sold out shows at the Edinburgh Fringe festival and performing to 3,000+ people at the Opera house for Just For Laughs Sydney, Joe White is back for his 8th Perth Fringe Festival. Called Down Under’s Trevor Noah by the world-famous the New York Post, he’s one of the most exciting new comedians to come out of Australia. Joe White, an Ethiopian refugee, was a semi- finalist on Australia’s Got Talent and is said to be the only Ethiopian stand-up comedian to play the biggest arts festival in the world, the Edinburgh fringe. With multiple appearances on Australian TV and radio, he won the Fringe World award for Best comedy ‘weekly award’ four times in a row and is a recipient of the West Australian comedy choice award. 

Raised by a single mum of six kids he has seen the ups and downs of life, so much so that he has learned to value the importance of laughter in life. He has performed comedy all over the world including the USA where he performed at the world-famous Laugh Factory and the Improv in Hollywood. He is fresh, fast paced, off- the cuff and extremely hilarious. Every performance is like no other and leaves the audience wanting more. 

Joe White: Ethiopian & Still Not Hungry 2024

Dates: January 19 – February 18 

Live at several venues across Perth, Fremantle, Kalamunda and Wanneroo 


Me, My cult & I

West Australian entertainer Colin Ebsworth takes centre stage at the Heath Ledger State Theatre in 2024 with his latest hilarious and heartfelt iteration of the Fringe World “Critics Choice” weekly winner, Me, My Cult & I.

Colin takes us on an extraordinary journey, recounting his upbringing within the confines of the notorious cult, The Unification Church, aka “The Moonies.” This comedic masterpiece delves into the bizarre world of mass weddings and the whimsical pairing of his parents, orchestrated by none other than the Moonies’ self-proclaimed messiah, Reverend Sun Myung Moon.

Following multiple sold-out seasons, Me, My Cult & I sets the stage for a hysterical and heartwarming exploration of family, belonging, and the pursuit of self-discovery.

Venue: Rehearsal Room 1 at State Theatre Centre of WA

Running: 6.30pm January 23 – 25 and 27,28