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Noodle Palace at Fringe World

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by Lisa Carolan (subscribe)
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Hawker food by two of Perth's favourite eateries, 'bubble tea' cocktails, live art and special late night programming will add some new flavour to award winning venue Noodle Palace which kicks off as part of FRINGE WORLD FESTIVAL next week.



The venue, which has been awarded Best Independent Venue for three consecutive years, will once more transform the Central Institute of Technology rooftop and surrounds from concrete jungle to an urban oasis.

The expanded food menu in 2016 includes the return of some favourites as well as some new tastes. Expect to see' Dirty Fried Rice' from Kung Food, delicious 'Donuts' from Mary Street Bakery and a large range of premium beers, wines, cider and bubble tea influenced cocktails from Kara-Tea.

Aside from the culinary expansion, creative of the visual arts variety will return, including a Secret Walls and Red Bull live art collaboration. Doesn't that make you curious!

"With additional chill-out areas including day beds, for example, we'll be creating the ultimate summer night relaxing hangout and also focusing on creating a world of difference".

But Noodle Palace at Central won't be all about chilled out vibes, with an expanded dance floor and the return of some of Perth's best DJs including NDORSE, Micah and Genga set to provide an unrivalled FRINGE WORLD party.

The entertainment doesn't stop there though, local promoters Habitat, Move and Get Weird will take control throughout the season with one-off club nights, as will local showman Tomas Ford for a special rooftop edition of Tomas Ford's Crap Music Rave Party.

"Whether you're looking for some post-work drinks and eats, an evening dancing under the stars or some quality comedy, cabaret, theatre and burlesque programming well into the night, Noodle Palace at Central is your home for Fringe World", said JumpClimb Director and Venue Producer Paul Fletcher.



Noodle Palace will run from January 22 to February 21 2016. Entry is free!

For more info, head to www.noodlepalace.com.au
Noodle Palace will be open from 5pm on Wed/Thurs/Fri and 3pm on Saturday.

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When: 22nd January-21st February
Where: central institute of technology, francis street, northbridge, perth
Cost: Free
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