Since 2012, Noodle Palace has been located first on Beaufort Street, then the old Piccadilly Theatre and for the past few years on the Central TAFE rooftop. This year, the pop-up venue will be bigger than ever with performance spaces and an outdoor oasis with plenty of places to eat, drink, relax, dance and soak up the sunset, stars and skyline.
Tickets are on sale now. Check the Fringe World program for details.
Noodle Palace is more than a performance venue, it's an entertainment destination in its own right. Take time before or after a show to call into the new rooftop sky deck bar with sweeping views of the Perth skyline and Swan River.
Visit the snag and cans bar at Dazza's Deck - because there's nothing better than grabbing a sausage sizzle and washing it down with a frosty can of Perth Local lager - then have a game of table tennis.
Still hungry? Lucky Chans will be selling bao buns, dumplings and udon noodles. Or try What the Cluck for wood-fired chicken and chips. As well, a rotating roster of food trucks and stalls will be onsite. Look for Gusto Gelato, Gary's Diner Cheeseburger Truck and more.
Launching with a live music party each night across opening weekend, and programming Tuesday through Sunday, it's the perfect reason to gather your mates and soak up the atmosphere at Elizabeth Quay and get acquainted with your new summer home.
January 19 - February 15
Check the Noodle Palace Facebook page for the latest information. Performance details and tickets can be found in the Fringe World program.