Fringe binge set to return
A spectacular line-up of performances showcasing comedy and music will be brought to the stage when the Fringe World Festival returns to Broome with its latest show next month.
Outer Fringe will be touring regional WA to entertain and amaze audiences across eight towns with its awe-inspiring show, featuring talented performers.
Fringe fans will be treated to a variety gala music and comedy bonanza, with performers Sophie Joske, Luke Joseph Ryan and Monty Cotton taking the mic.
No stranger to the stage, Perth-based comedian Joske has been tickling audiences for the past seven years and promises to impress with her solo show Sophie Joske: Household Name.
After previously appearing as part of duo Luke and Wyatt, funny man Ryan is now carving out his own solo career and has been busy producing his own Fringe shows. He has supported the likes of Tom Gleeson, Brendon Burns and Tim Minchin.
Topping off the show will be Perth’s very own Johnny Cash, Monty Cotton, a seasoned performer and musician.
Cotton will bring his one-man-band tribute show A Boy Named Cash to Broome and perform the greatest hits of the Man in Black.
Outer Fringe will be held at 6pm and 8pm at the Broome Lockup on Friday, February 17.
It is suitable for people aged 18 and over.
Tickets cost $20 and are on sale now from the venue.
For more information, call 9144 1333 or visit the Broome Lockup Facebook page.
Fringe World 2017 runs from January 20 to February 19.
For more information, visit fringeworld.com.au.
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