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Perth theatre at its best returns for Fringe 2018
Fringe World Perth 2018 brings world-class performance to the centre of the city, in an event not to be missed running through January and February.
One such show would have to be The Wind in the Underground, running at the State Theatre Centre and the Don Russell Performing Arts Centre as part of Fringe and The Blue Room's Summer Nights 2018.
New Ghosts has brought home to Perth a profound show by Perth born and raised playwright Sam O'Sullivan.
O'Sullivan draws on his own childhood in Perth's eastern hills and the journey and family experiences to bring a story to audiences that will resonate with everyone.
New Ghosts founder and artistic director, Lucy Clements, directs this 50-minute show which includes amongst its cast Michael Abercromby, Rowan Davie, Whitney Richards and Bishanyia Vincent and their plethora of talent.
These four take the audience on a journey as the siblings narrate their adult years and the transference of responsibility from parents to adult children.
There is an ongoing tussle between the present day and the remembrance of childhood experiences that makes this a rollercoaster of comedy interspersed with bittersweet memories.
All four performers immerse themselves in their roles and portray the minefield of sibling relationships in a realistic and relatable light.
The Wind in the Underground is playing from 27th January - 3rd February and tickets can be purchased from the Fringe World Festival website here.