Busso Fringe set to sizzle

Busselton Dunsborough Times
Emma Louise Nisbet star of Songbird Sings Sinatra drawing up the Busselton Frindge blackboard
Camera IconEmma Louise Nisbet star of Songbird Sings Sinatra drawing up the Busselton Frindge blackboard Credit: Jackson Lavell-Lee/Jackson Lavell-Lee

LiveLighter Busselton Fringe is back in 2019 with warm-up acts beginning on February 23 and critically acclaimed comedy acts Pete Rowsthorn and Ciaran Lyons on Family Day, Saturday, March 2.

This year LiveLighter Busselton Fringe is collaborating with the Dunsborough Arts Festival with a Fringe hub at the Dunsborough Hall, with shows running all weekend.

The home-grown festival offers a line-up of saucy, silly and downright funny performances from theatre and burlesque, to film and stand-up comedy.

City of Busselton mayor Grant Henley said the City is proud to again support Busselton Fringe.

“Over the past couple of years Busselton Fringe has captured the imaginations of locals and visitors and offers people a unique cultural experience with its creative line-up,” he said.

Healthway chief executive officer Susan Hunt said Healthway was proud to provide $10,000 to the City of Busselton to deliver Fringe Busselton for the third year in a row.

“LiveLighter shows us how to lead active, healthier lives, and Busselton Fringe is such a great community event for getting this message out to people,” Ms Hunt said.

For tickets and program information visit busseltonfringe.com.au or look out for the printed program in The Times on February 8.

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