Deadly Fringe at Melbourne Fringe Festival 2023
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Tue 03 Oct 2023 - Sun 22 Oct 2023
Brand new, bold and boundary-pushing are a few choice words you can use to describe some of the fiercest First Nations talent in the country. Within the Melbourne Fringe Festival
which runs from 3-22 Oct 2023, be among the first to witness and enjoy the 2023 Deadly Fringe Program from 7-21 Oct
for an exhilarating lineup of fresh work from celebrated independent artists. Don't miss the very best new First Nations work in the country. With events across diverse genres, there's no limit to what you might experience at one of their shows at Deadly Fringe. Feel the ecstasy of collective dance at an immersive queer art-party inspired by iconic Blakfulla dancefloor culture. Hold your breath at fearless new circus about connection to land and spirituality. Have a laugh at a show-stopping new drag and burlesque variety night showcasing an all-queer, all-Blak lineup.
For all your Deadly Fringe Events see here
, and to buy tickets. Brolga
is A Queer Koori Wonderland interactive art party inspired by the Queer Aboriginal stories of the dancing Brolga; Burranba-y
is a combo of art and fashion which showcases work from First Nations, and disabled, female creatives; Deadly Sinners
on the other hand are mesmerising performances as the cardinal sins are reimagined by seven First Nations performers; Join Bria McCarthy as she explores dragon mythologies, eco-feminism and power through shadow puppet art in Dragon Hearts
; For the absurd, eccentric and spooky, check out Eulogiser Bunny
where Cameron Ribbons blends comedy and performance art in this 60 min show; Of The Land On Which We Meet
is a cultural journey on Country with 60,000 years of history, spirit and story, using acrobatics, contemporary dance and aerial performance. Another bit of fierce Blak and Mesmerising storytelling through contemporary dances comes through Staunch ASF
. It's compelling, ethereal and fierce; enjoy a collection that features works of 10 First Nations photographers at What I Know, How I See
who have each interpreted the theme of place
through their own unique styles, experiences and stories.
Be sure to check out the rest of the Fringe Program via the website
and support these artists who have put the hard work in, to entertain you.
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