Bunbury Fringe ready to rock

Emily AceSouth Western Times
Mojo Juju.
Camera IconMojo Juju. Credit: Supplied

Entertainment lovers can get their hot little hands on tickets to more than 30 diverse shows now on sale, with Bunbury Fringe to take over 10 venues in the CBD from February 1 to 9.

The Fringe Hub, installed behind Good Earth Surf, will serve as the heart of the festival – hosting incredible Australian acts never before seen in the Bunbury Geographe region.

Stand outs include renowned Australian comedian Tim Ferguson and his “sit down comedy” show A Fast Life On Wheels.

Among Tim’s many other achievements, he wrote and directed the comedy movie Spin Out, tours the world with comedy trio the Doug Anthony AllStars and has written bestselling novels, comedy manuals and live shows.

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The comedy legend’s new live show will rip the lid off his extraordinary life and reveal the terrors and tears of his worldwide escapades, as he battles Multiple Sclerosis.

Tickets are also on sale for Aria-nominated singer Mojo Juju, who also recently picked up a Triple J award for best video and garnered rave reviews for her brutally honest title track Native Tongue.

Jazz aficionados can take a journey back in time during the Speakeasy Night, where guests can enjoy the sounds of Ryn Burke, Mr and Mrs Smith and Jazztrix, while frocked up in their 1920s best.

Tickets available from today at www.bunburyfringe.com.

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