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14° & CLOUDY ON FRIDAY 15 NOVEMBER IN SYDNEY
By Samantha Teague
August 26, 2019
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Sydney Fringe Festival 2019

Five immersive art hubs are popping up around the city for this year's fest.
By Samantha Teague
August 26, 2019
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Sydney Fringe Festival has unveiled its tenth anniversary program, which promises over 342 shows (including 120 world premieres) across 21 postcodes.

Running from September 1–30, the festival includes a few major firsts, too, such as a precinct in The Rocks, a touring hub sponsored by Innocent Bystander, a comedy on a vintage bus and an Archie Rose Cabaret Club. There are also a whole heap of immersive and interactive events going down this year, including an eerie theatre show inspired by Wolf Creek, intimate long-table dinners and talks, a Kevin Bacon-themed flashmob and a night of eats, drinks and music that'll transport you to Babylon.

All of this is going down at five hubs located across the city: The Rocks, Paddington, Newtown, Lilyfield's Legs on the Wall and the CBD's 124-year-old City Tattersalls Club. Plus, a three-night Fringeville will come to Hurstville — with pop-up food trucks, light installations and shows — and an immersive Babylon-inspired world at Chippendale's Kensington Street. The inner-city food destination will transform with live music, snacks, drinks and soundscapes for one decadent evening.

Of course, the program keeps going (and going). To check out all the events, head to the Sydney Fringe Festival website.

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