Fringe was so deadly this year

Deadly Fringe was one of our Artist Development program that seeked to unearth and nurture new works by Deadly artists. It was an absolute blast! With Kate ten Buuren, leading her collaborative team, the show dis place was a full house. Whilst, on the other side of the city Joel Bray reached for the sky (or at least the 27th floor of Sofitel Hotel) as his theatrical/dance performance, Biladurang captured the audience of Naarm, taking out three awards in the end of the Festival, including Melbourne Fringe’s Best Performance Award, Arts House Evolution Award, and Regional Arts Victoria Market Ready Award.

Of course, things would not be run as smoothly without our Deadly Fringe Emerging Producers, Kalinda Palmer and Levi Weston.

To wrap it all up, Deadly Fringe will be back 2018.


Image credit: dis place (Deadly Fringe), Melbourne Fringe 2017, Photo by Theresa Harrison