Which Australian Fringe Festival is for you?

Basil, Sybil and Manuel are festival-hopping all over Australia this year! But which festival is for you? Take a look at each breakdown below and take the survey to let us know which appeals to you most for a chance to win two tickets to your favourite, either in Aus or the UK!!



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Rigby’s Bar & Bistro: 22 Jan-21 Feb 2016

Fringe World Perth is 31 days of comedy, circus, family entertainment, theatre, visual arts, music and musicals, dance and cabaret. It’s the Perth-ect summer celebration, and the third largest Fringe festival in the world. This year Fringe World Perth is bringing back the Elizabeth Quay Fairground – Perth’s infamous riverside fairground from the 1920s!

Rigby’s is a bar and restaurant that pays homage to its heritage-listed history – a replica of Alexander Forrest’s residence. It has an old world theme flowing through its three levels, creating a unique experience for everyone.

 

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Ambassadors Hotel: 12 Feb-13 March 2016

If you’re looking for a world-class, eclectic program of cabaret, theatre, dance, comedy, circus and music then go to the Adelaide Fringe. The city’s atmosphere turns into Carnivale meets Mardi Gras. And it all happens in the sunshine with balmy nights under the stars to boot.

Ambassadors Hotel is right in the heart of Adelaide’s city. Heritage listed, it’s stylish and unique, and one of the oldest hotels in the city.

 

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The Aegean Restaurant, Fitzroy: 12-17 April 2016

MICF is when Melbournians stay in the city longer than usual after work, when the streets seem to have some magic power underfoot because the people you pass all have a mischievous grin plastered across their face. There are many reasons to visit Melbourne during one of the biggest comedy festivals in the world – a great choice of over 550 shows, infamous fashion, coffee and art scenes, and easy day trips to sumptuous wineries and playful beaches. You’re sure to leave with a belly full of laughs. Pretty much the best holiday ever!

The Aegean is one of Melbourne’s premier Greek restaurants in Fitzroy, the inner-city mecca for all things cool and kooky.

 

So… which festival tickles your fancy?! Take our simple survey question and leave us your email address by midnight on 14 Feb for your chance to win two tickets to Faulty Towers The Dining Experience at your favourite festival in Australia – or even at Brighton Fringe or Edinburgh Fringe in the UK!

 

 

 

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