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Fringe events schedule trimmed by COVID still serves up hours of entertainment.
The OMG! Fringe Festival hosted 11 shows over two nights on 7 May and 8 May, along with The Grove presented by Fremantle Ports to create a wonderful pop-up food truck area.
Patrons also enjoyed the artwork by Darren Hutchens on the public stairs near the Koorliny Arts Centre which is still on display for people to view.
City of Kwinana Mayor Carol Adams said the OMG! Fringe Festival events that went ahead in the wake of the April snap lockdown were well received.
“It was great to see the space between the Council and the Koorliny Arts Centre come to life in such an innovative way for the Fremantle Ports Grove pop up event, and to see the families who came along enjoying both the space and the entertainment as well as connecting over a marshmallow toasting in the fire pits,” Mayor Adams said.
The OMG! Fringe Festival was rescheduled to April/May after the lockdown in Perth that started 31 January, so residents were no doubt keen to be entertained by a range of talented artists and performers. Have your say on the OMG! Fringe Festival events by completing a short survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/OMG2021