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Aces at The Maj

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  • General Admission: $36.00 ea
  • Group (6+): $33.00 ea
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2 VENUES, 17 SHOWS, 8 PREMIERES, 70 PERFORMERS, 100 PERFORMANCES

This is what audiences can expect when Aces at The Maj opens for its sixth season at Perth Fringe World Festival 2022. Running from Saturday 15 January to Saturday 12 February at Perth’s iconic His Majesty’s Theatre, the hand-picked variety program will challenge perceptions and set pulses racing with performances across music, cabaret, comedy, theatre, opera and magic, performed largely by the best of local WA talent.

Aces at The Maj is a proudly tent-free zone offering air-conditioned comfort, full bar service and pre-and post-show dinner onsite by Crew & King. His Majesty’s Theatre is wheelchair accessible, with an on-site box office.

Highlights include Perth local ARIA award-winner and WAMI Hall of Fame slide guitarist Dave Hole, acclaimed vocalist ‘Bloom’ singing all your favourite hits from Adele and Amy Winehouse, a side-splitting comedy cabaret Comma Sutra, the anthemic music of Annie Lennox and Eurythmics in Lennox: Legend In My Living Room, and 15-time Fringe Festival award-winner Tim Motley in the world premiere of ‘Dirk Darrow: Magic of Future Past’. Plus hits from Johnny Cash, David Bowie, Elton John, ABBA, Queen and Neil Diamond, performed and celebrated by some of Australia’s best tribute artists Downstairs at The Maj or in the recently renovated Dress Circle Bar.

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