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Chuck Berry channeled at fun final Fringe World markets show
It's the last chance to get a free taster of some of the Fringe World acts that have been on show around Perth over the last few weeks at Fr'Inglewood on Monday, February 11.
The final week features Movin' Melvin Brown – Chuck Berry Lives! as award-winning entertainer Melvin Brown takes to the stage with his rock and roll showband in celebration of the music of the great Chuck Berry.
Brown will be on stage from 7.45pm at the Inglewood Town Square in front of the Inglewood Library.
Entertainer Melvin Brown pays his own unique tribute to the great Chuck Berry in 'Chuck Berry Lives!'
At 6.45pm, Opposites Attract is a dance and physical theatre piece that features Atomic Silver and Gold Fusion, an odd couple who look to discover the truth about opposites attracting.
It's a blend of science experiments, dance and comedy on a journey of both passion and reason.
At 7.15pm PickUp: Sex is Funny is a comedy cabaret featuring songs written and performed by lounge singer Alia Vryens and punk guitarist Colin Craig that combines laughter and music in a show about sex.
This is the final opportunity to catch a taste of Fringe World for free and at the same time grab some of the fabulous fare from the stalls and food trucks, which run along both sides of Beaufort Street in Inglewood
The comedy cabaret 'PickUp: Sex is Funny' combines laughter and music in a show about sex.
The Fr'Inglewood editions of the Monday night markets are a great opportunity to pick up a bite to eat from the dozens of food trucks and stalls lining both sides of Beaufort Street in Inglewood and get a sample of what Fringe World is all about.
From February 18, the Monday night markets revert to their traditional mix of buskers strategically placed around the market and at the Busker's Bar on the corner of Seventh Avenue and Beaufort Street, where visitors can grab a table and sit with their food and buy a glass of wine or beer.
The markets are open from 6pm to 9pm and run through until April 29.