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Wed 11 Feb 2015, 9:00am–11:00pm
Thu 12 Feb 2015, 9:00am–11:00pm
Fri 13 Feb 2015, 9:00am–11:00pm
Sat 14 Feb 2015, 9:00am–11:00pm
Sun 15 Feb 2015, 9:00am–11:00pm

Where: Kings Square, Fremantle, 8 William Street, Fremantle, Fremantle, Western Australia

Restrictions: All Ages


Listed by: nicole113

WA’s favourite seaside town will be welcoming the best of cabaret, theatre, comedy, music and art as Freo Royale brings Fringe World to the punters of Fremantle from February 4th - 15th 2015.

Freo Royale is an independent festival site proudly supported by the City of Fremantle and presented by Vulture Culture, a creative events and comedy talent agency by Ronan Freeburn and Leigh Chalmers.

Together, they have brought a community of local venues, producers, artists and businesses together through the presentation of over 100 performances of 50+ different shows in 10 iconic venues across Fremantle.

Highlights from the program include John Safran, Puppet Fiction, Blues and Burlesque, Paco Erhard, Sami Shah, Dr. Professor Neal Portenza, World Press Photo, Bizircus Family Cabaret, A Storm In A D Cup and Chris Turner (UK), with plenty of new faces and old favourites showcasing their talents to WA.

Local Fremantle favourites Victoria Hall, Clancy’s Fish Pub, Mojo’s Bar, The National Hotel, PS Art Space, Kidogo Arthouse, Sail and Anchor, Whaler’s Tunnel, The Odd Fellow and Creatures Nextdoor are all participating venues this year, providing charming performance spaces to host an range of amazing shows, from cabaret and circus to visual arts and film and everything in between.

The jewel in Freo Royale’s crown will be Kings Square Common, as the space just outside MANY 6160 transforms into the hub of the festival for patrons to enjoy an array of free entertainment, including acoustic acts, DJs, street performers, kids’ activities and exhibitions soon to be announced.

Running from February 4th – 8th, Kings Square Common will also include a pop-up bar and house the very best of Fremantle’s delicious food, tasty drinks and gorgeous wares from local dining and retail business stalls to showcase the seaside city’s vibrant market culture.

Vulture Culture’s Ronan Freeburn says Fremantle is the perfect place to be reignited by the art, culture, comedy and fun the universally loved Fringe World shows bring.

“There really is no better place to experience all those performances — we can’t wait to bring the best of Australian and international acts to the people of Fremantle,” he says.

For the full program, opening hours, show times, costs and more information, visit