Fr'Inglewood Monday Night Markets - Week 3
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Mon 28 Jan 2019
There will be plenty of laughs at Fr'Inglewood, on January 28, at the Inglewood Monday Night markets – even if some of it might be slightly hysterical.
Performances from the big Fringe World summer festival in Perth throughout the evening will appeal to people of all ages with something for everyone.
The evening kicks off at 6.15pm with How to Catch a Unicorn
, for children aged two to eight years as Skyla and Felicity take their audience on an enchanted adventure to find their own unicorn friend.
A Snake's Tale
, at 6.45pm is where the hysterical laughter might kick in for those who have Ophidiophobia, an abnormal fear of snakes, but for most people the fascination of interacting with snake lady Cass Rowles' lizards and snakes will be a lot of fun.
The interactive show, suitable for children aged three and over lets kids get up close and personal to live snakes and lizards with information about where they live and what they eat and what their skin feels like to touch.
, at 7.15pm, is suitable for children aged five to 14 who will be familiar with Jango from the ABC TV series Hoopla Doopla
Daniel Gorski is an international comedian who features mime, slapstick, circus and magic with tricks to entertain the whole family.
I Can Make You Irish
, at 7.45pm, is suitable for people over 12 years of age and follows the logic of award-winning comedienne Mary Bourke who says the world is divided into people who are Irish and those who wish they were.
Mary demonstrates what it means to be 'authentically Irish'.
To complete the evening's acts Swing Salad
, at 8.15pm, is suitable for audiences of all ages as Sonni Byrne, Gavin Nicklette and friends sing their way through a musical smorgasbord focussed on food.
From the music of the 1920s through to modern pop, Swing Salad
sings about all things food with a serve of awkward foodie confessions.
The Inglewood Monday Night Markets are showcasing samples of Fringe World acts through to February 11 to help promote their performances.
All of the acts are performing at the Town Square in front of the Inglewood Library and provide an opportunity to grab a bite from the dozens of food trucks and food stalls which run down both sides of Beaufort Street in Inglewood every Monday night until April 29.
The markets open from 6pm to 9pm and features food styles from all over the world as well as the chance to grab a beer or a glass of wine and enjoy the music of buskers at the Buskers Bar on Seventh Avenue and at other spots along Beaufort St.
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