Ginger LaMinge arrives for Fringe

Nicole SalmeriSouth Western Times
Ginger LaMinge is one of three acts who will perform in the Fringe Binge on Saturday.
Camera IconGinger LaMinge is one of three acts who will perform in the Fringe Binge on Saturday. Credit: Red Leopard Photography

Be prepared for a night of ghost stories, gothic belly dancing and comedic interpretive dance for the Delightfully Dark three-piece Fringe Binge show this Saturday.

Perth performer Ginger LaMinge is one of three acts who will set the scene with her comedic twist on cabaret as well as interpretive dance, singing and hilarious story-telling.

Miss LaMinge said she was thrilled to be bringing her first solo show to Bunbury Fringe.

“Yes, I’m super excited, absolutely stoked to be coming down to Bunbury,” she said

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Miss LaMinge said she performed at the Perth Fringe Festival in previous years but really enjoyed the vibe the Bunbury Fringe had to offer.

“In Bunbury, there’s just one main venue, really, so everyone gets to come and get a taste of everything and I just find that it’s a lot more intimate,” Miss LaMinge said.

“The performers can come out and party with everybody afterwards and in my experience, everyone was super friendly and I think it has suited Bunbury really well.”

Event organiser Jo O’Dea said cabaret was always a big part of any fringe festival and Ginger LaMinge was the perfect choice. “The minute I saw Ginger LaMinge a couple of years ago, I just knew that I wanted to program her for something and so Fringe just seemed like the perfect place to do it,” Ms O’Dea said.

Bunbury Fringe Festival opening night will kick off on Friday from 5.30pm at the Fringe Garden on Wellington Street.

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