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Street Arts 2016 Bought to you by the City of Fremantle with the assistance of: MAJOR PARTNERS

MAJOR SPONSORS

SUPPORTERS


welcome to the

Evolving from humble but ambitious beginnings in 1999, the Fremantle Street Arts Festival is now Australia’s most important street theatre event. This year’s program boasts 18 international acts performing alongside Australia’s best street theatre artists, buskers, comedians and circus acts. We welcome performers from Argentina and South Africa for the first time and are proud to present six Australian premiere performances. The fun begins with the Opening Night in the grounds of the beautiful Fremantle Arts Centre before the streets of Fremantle are transformed in to a world stage with over 100 live performances across the Easter weekend. Come along and enjoy Fremantle’s famous hospitality and do something a little different. Be shocked, surprised and delighted as this international festival unfolds before your eyes. It’s the perfect opportunity to rediscover Freo. This Street Arts Festival is part of Fremantle’s year-round offering of awesome cultural events that have led to the world-renowned travel publication Lonely Planet selecting the port city as a top 10 ‘Best in Travel’ destination 2016.    In the words of Lonely Planet, “there’s more jugglers, mimes, musos and acrobats than loose change in your pocket.” See you on the street! DR BRAD PETTITT FREMANTLE MAYOR

Welcome to the 2016 Fremantle Street Arts Festival. Now in its 17th year, the festival is an increasingly popular fixture on Western Australia’s events calendar, drawing more than 100,000 people to Fremantle over the Easter long weekend. It is a unique chance to see some of the world’s most intriguing street artists as they transform Fremantle’s historic locations into performance sites for theatre, comedy, circus, cabaret, busking and everything in between. Adults and children alike will be amused and enthralled by this year’s packed program, featuring local talents and artists from Argentina, Italy, Niger, France, the Netherlands and beyond. Dynamic cultural experiences, such as this festival, an eclectic mix of boutique hotels, bars and

restaurants, and a strong waterfront focus are just some of the reasons that esteemed publisher, Lonely Planet, named Fremantle a must-see city in 2016. The Fremantle Street Arts Festival is proudly supported by the State Government through Tourism Western Australia. Tourism is vital to the State’s economy, with latest figures showing visitors spent $8.9 billion a year in Western Australia. The State Government has a strategy to increase the value of tourism to $12 billion by 2020. Events such as the Fremantle Street Arts Festival are integral to achieving this goal. Not only do events attract visitors, they also boost the economy, add vibrancy to a destination and help raise the State’s profile through valuable media exposure. I hope everyone enjoys the festival and takes time to explore more of historic Fremantle during their visit. DR KIM HAMES MLA MINISTER FOR TOURISM


Buskers

MUSIC

It takes a special kind of artist to entertain crowds on the streets and many of our performers have travelled across the globe to perform for you in Fremantle. If you’ve enjoyed their performance, put some money in the hat, this is how they make their living.

There’s nothing better than the sounds of live music filling the open air during the festival. Check out this year’s musical acts, be they comedy, folk, international or fusion.

Street Theatre

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Theatre doesn’t always need to be in a black box with curtains. Enjoy international productions performed in the open air.

Vision impaired or blind people can enjoy these shows via the Access All Arts audio description program. See page 20 for full details.

ROVING

ticketed show

These performers aren’t static, you’ll see them pop up in places all around Fremantle during the festival. We’ve given you a starting point; see if you can catch them along the way.

While most of the festival action takes place on the streets, there are selected events with limited audiences that require ticketing.

Keep up to date with all the news from the festival:

Connect with us

AND BE A PART OF Australia’s biggest street arts festival

/fremantlestreetartsfestival @freofestivals @freofestivals Share your pictures via #freostreetarts #fremantlestory Access the program online: www.fremantlestory.com.au/streetarts


OPENING

Night

Kick off your Street Arts Festival with a rocking performance by EZZA and sneak preview of some of the fantastic international acts that will be performing throughout the streets of Fremantle all Easter weekend. Set in the gorgeous grounds of the Fremantle Arts Centre, bar service and food will be available. Entry is FREE.

THURSDAY 24 March Fremantle Arts Centre 6.30pm – 9pm


Flaque (France)

DEFRACTO It all starts with a banana. These two rubber-men have been a smash hit on the French festival circuit and are now bringing their cutting-edge juggling and physical theatre to Freo. Is it juggling, is it mime, is it dance? There’s only one way to decide, by experiencing it for yourself.

Friday 25 March

Sunday 27 March

Bathers Beach, outside Kidogo – 8pm

Bathers Beach, outside Kidogo – 8pm

Saturday 26 March

Monday 28 March

Bathers Beach, outside Kidogo – 8pm

Bathers Beach, outside Kidogo – 8pm


The Wheel House (United Kingdom)

ACROJOU Two traveller-gatherers on the road to nowhere pass through Freo at a time when survival relies on sharp eyes, quick hands and above all, friendship. Treading gently, enduring quietly and always moving onwards, this tender post-apocalyptic love story will captivate you with its poetic narrative and rolling theatrical set.

Saturday 26 March

Sunday 27 March

Monday 28 March

Bathers Beach – 3.30pm, 5pm and 7pm

Bathers Beach – 3.30pm, 5pm and 7pm

Bathers Beach – 3.30pm, 5pm and 7pm


Human Body Parts (Australia) SNUFF PUPPETS Chew the fat with a giant mouth, whisper your secrets to a giant ear, stare meaningfully into a giant eye or shoot the breeze with a giant nose. This large-scale interactive roving performance is a playful exploration of the human form that creates surreal interventions in everyday life.

Saturday 26 March Kings Square – 1pm Kings Square – 3pm Kings Square – 5pm

Sunday 27 March Victoria Quay Pitch – 12.30pm Kings Square – 3pm Kings Square – 4.30pm

Monday 28 March Kings Square – 11.30am Kings Square – 1pm Kings Square – 3pm


EZZA (Niger/France/Kabylia) MA-CASE Bringing the sounds of Tuareg music to the streets, this desert-rock trio blend modern rock sounds with African pulse, rhythmic trances and relentless groove for a musical experience like no other. Let Omar, Menad and Stephane stir your soul with impeccable desert sounds.

Saturday 26 March Sail and Anchor Pitch – 6pm Sail and Anchor Pitch – 8pm

Sunday 27 March National Hotel Pitch – 6pm National Hotel Pitch – 8pm

Monday 28 March National Hotel Pitch – 4pm

Beach Calligrapher (South Africa) ANDREW VAN DER MERWE Diehard calligrapher and professional scribe, Andrew, carves intricate designs and beautiful calligraphy in the sand with unique instruments and techniques. Be sure to enjoy these fascinating but temporary artworks before they are washed back into the ocean.

Saturday 26 March Bathers Beach – 6pm

Sunday 27 March Bathers Beach – 6pm

Monday 28 March Bathers Beach – 6pm *This art is dependent on weather conditions. Check out our Facebook page for times Andrew will be appearing at Fremantle beaches throughout the festival.


Lisa Lottie (The Netherlands) Lisa Lottie 'Bends it like Barbie' with super stunts of flexibility and some of the best hula hoop tricks you've ever seen! To top it all off she will perform the world's most dangerous hula hoop trick balancing sky high on just one foot.

Saturday 26 March National Hotel Pitch – 2pm Sail and Anchor Pitch – 4pm

Sunday 27 March

LEAP (United Kingdom) STRONG LADY PRODUCTIONS A strong lady and a graceful man flip traditional ideas about gender upside down with their acrobatic antics. Watch as Charmaine lifts Reuben overhead and catches him as he leaps at her from every angle, culminating in a demonstration of the rare discipline, ‘The Perch’.

Saturday 26 March

Fremantle Prison Pitch – Noon Sail and Anchor Pitch – 3pm National Hotel Pitch – 7pm

Fremantle Prison Pitch – Noon National Hotel Pitch – 3pm Sail and Anchor Pitch – 7pm

Monday 28 March

Sunday 27 March

Esplanade Hotel Pitch - 2pm Fishing Boat Harbour Pitch – 4pm

National Hotel Pitch – 2pm Sail and Anchor Pitch – 5pm

Monday 28 March Fishing Boat Harbour Pitch – Noon Sail and Anchor Pitch – 2pm


Fairly Fresh Fish Company (United Kingdom)

FAIR PLAY COMEDY Freo is famous for its seafood but you haven’t seen anything like the tasty produce on offer from the Fairly Fresh Fish Company! See dancing prawns, a lively octopus and jellied eels but maybe stay away from the suspicious seafood smoothie…

Saturday 26 March Little Creatures Brewery – 1pm Esplanade Hotel alfresco area – 3pm Bannister Street Pitch – 8pm

Sunday 27 March

Monday 28 March

Little Creatures Brewery – 1pm Esplanade Hotel alfresco area – 3pm Bannister Street Pitch – 8pm

Little Creatures Brewery – 1pm Victoria Quay Pitch – 3pm Bathers Beach – 5.30pm

Pogo Fred (USA) Pogo Fred holds multiple Guinness World Records for his extreme pogo stunts and is regarded as one of the best jumpers on the planet. Check out his flips and tricks as he jumps over two metres in the air on his next generation and 10-foot tall pogo sticks.

Saturday 26 March National Hotel Pitch – 1pm Sail and Anchor Pitch – 3pm

Sunday 27 March Sail and Anchor Pitch – 1pm Walyalup Pitch – 3.30pm

Monday 28 March National Hotel Pitch – 1pm Sail and Anchor Pitch – 3pm


The Bed (Spain) ADRIAN SCHVARZSTEIN This proud character has no home except his bed, in which he travels the world looking for a peaceful place to sleep. With the help of an audience, he creates a make-believe house wherever he turns up and hilarity is sure to ensue.

Saturday 26 March Bannister Street Pitch – 1pm Kings Square – 4pm

Sunday 27 March National Hotel Pitch – 1pm Kings Square – 5pm

Monday 28 March Walyalup Pitch – Noon Kings Square – 2pm Kings Square – 3.30pm

Gareth Wiecko (United Kingdom) Classical meets contemporary as Gareth woos the audience with his spectacular original compositions. Originally from Wales, he now plays the streets of Melbourne and has already featured in short films and indie video games. This guy is one to watch!

Saturday 26 March Walyalup Pitch – 3.30pm and 5.30pm

Sunday 27 March Walyalup Pitch – 2.30pm and 5.30pm

Monday 28 March Walyalup Pitch – 1pm and 3pm


The English Gents (Australia) They’ve bared all for Queen and country at packed houses around the world and now they’re back on the streets of Freo! Two delightful and cordial gentlemen perform inconceivable feats of acrobatic skill, strength and balance. It’s all a piece of cake for these witty gents as they sip on tea or read the newspaper.

Saturday 26 March Sail and Anchor Pitch – 2pm National Hotel Pitch – 7pm

Sunday 27 March Esplanade Hotel Pitch – 3pm Sail and Anchor Pitch – 7pm

Monday 28 March Sail and Anchor Pitch – Noon Fishing Boat Harbour Pitch – 2pm

Bogomila ENTERPRISES Pty Ltd (Australia) ANNIE LEE PRODUCTIONS Direct from the deep heart of the Balkan mountains, come Bogomila and Bogomil, a mother and son team of professional personal service renderers. Be amazed, intrigued, bewildered... as you step into their tent offering gourmet wares, psychic services, personal beauty care, handcrafted charms and more.

Saturday 26 March Esplanade Hotel alfresco area – 1pm, 3pm and 5pm

Sunday 27 March Esplanade Hotel alfresco area – 1pm, 3pm and 5pm

Monday 28 March Esplanade Hotel alfresco area – Noon, 2pm and 4pm


Hanger (Italy) MARIO LEVIS Have you ever noticed how fascinating the everyday items we take for granted are? Mario Levis skilfully combines pantomime, juggling and physical theatre to take spectators to another place, where objects take shape and transform before your eyes.

Saturday 26 March Bannister Street Pitch – 3pm National Hotel Pitch – 6pm

The Ferret Guy (Australia) A strange man roams the crowd with an empty cage, an amazing performing Ferret called Trevor, and a mystery to solve. What follows is a mixture of slapstick-driven shock and hilarity. We can’t reveal any more, or Trevor’s life may be at risk!

Sunday 27 March

Saturday 26 March

National Hotel Pitch – 3pm Walyalup Pitch – 6.30pm

Little Creatures Brewery – 5pm

Sunday 27 March

Monday 28 March

Little Creatures Brewery – 4pm

Sail and Anchor Pitch – 1pm Walyalup Pitch – 4pm

Monday 28 March Esplanade Hotel alfresco area – 1pm Little Creatures Brewery – 4pm


Kinematos (Argentina)

MANOAMANO CIRCO We all dream of flying but this duo come as close as many of us will get. Suspended six metres in the air, fed by suffering tension, share in moments of humour and sweet naughtiness told through the powerful language of acrobatics.

Saturday 26 March Esplanade Hotel Pitch – 1pm Esplanade Hotel Pitch – 3pm

Sunday 27 March Esplanade Hotel Pitch – Noon Esplanade Hotel Pitch – 2pm

Monday 28 March Esplanade Hotel Pitch – 1pm Esplanade Hotel Pitch – 3pm

LORDS OF STRUT (Ireland) Ireland’s most loveable idiots bring their mischief and mayhem to the streets of Freo, combining their charm, sharp wit and good humour with acrobatic skills and just enough naughtiness to keep kids and adults guessing. It’s Bonkers!

Saturday 26 March Sail and Anchor Pitch – 1pm National Hotel Pitch – 4pm

Sunday 27 March Esplanade Hotel Pitch – 1pm Sail and Anchor Pitch – 6pm

Monday 28 March Esplanade Hotel Pitch – Noon Fishing Boat Harbour Pitch – 3pm


Hanging by a Thread (Italy) DI FILIPPO MARIONETTE Hand crafted with love and manipulated by skilful actor-puppeteers, the charming characters of Hanging by a Thread tell a story for all ages. Audiences around the world from Peru to New Orleans have enjoyed their lyrical beauty, now its Freo’s turn.

Saturday 26 March Victoria Quay Pitch – 1pm Bannister Street Pitch – 4pm Walyalup Pitch – 7.30pm

Sunday 27 March Victoria Quay Pitch – 1pm National Hotel Pitch – 4pm Bannister Street Pitch – 7pm

Monday 28 March Victoria Quay Pitch – Noon Walyalup Pitch – 2pm Bannister Street Pitch – 4pm

Dino’s Restaurant (Italy) DINO LAMPA Dino Lampa presents a spectacular entertainment buffet featuring a breathtaking menu of balancing, dance, acrobatics, quick changes and an outstanding main course of world class juggling, all flavoured with his special brand of comedy and subtle touch of irony.

Saturday 26 March Walyalup Pitch – 1.30pm Sail and Anchor Pitch – 5pm

Sunday 27 March Sail and Anchor Pitch – 2pm National Hotel Pitch – 5pm

Monday 28 March Fremantle Prison Pitch – Noon National Hotel Pitch – 2pm Sail and Anchor Pitch – 4pm


Contain-A-Rave (Ireland) LORDS OF STRUT Get sweaty like Sweaty Betty for a 30-minute dance party like no other! Step into the psychedelic Holy Mountain for a hard town groovin, music-fuelled, dead-beat, munch-up. You’ve never had so much fun in a sea container. Tickets $10 – available at the Festival information tent (see map on page 22 for location) *Contains strobe lighting and a smoke machine. Please enquire about wheelchair access.

Saturday 26 March Sea container next to Sail and Anchor Pitch – 9.30pm

Sunday 27 March Sea container next to Sail and Anchor Pitch – 9.30pm

Mr Ricochet (Australia)

Whether it's the perplexing moves of the Diabolo, the dangerously juggled razor sharp machetes or the quick-witted comedy, Mr. Ricochet is guaranteed to captivate, amaze and leave the audience wanting more!

Saturday 26 March Walyalup Pitch – 2.30pm National Hotel Pitch – 5pm

Sunday 27 March Sail and Anchor Pitch – 4pm Walyalup Pitch – 7.30pm

Monday 28 March Fishing Boat Harbour Pitch – 1pm National Hotel Pitch – 3pm


Lulu’s World (Italy) CIRCUS OUTSIDE THE BOX Enter Lulu’s crazy world of make-believe, where magic happens right in front of you! Dressed in yesterday’s news, scenes pour from her pen onto paper, turning the 2D world of sketching into a 3D experience for the child in all of us.

Saturday 26 March Bannister Street Pitch – 2pm Walyalup Pitch – 6.30pm

Sunday 27 March Walyalup Pitch – 1.30pm Walyalup Pitch – 4.30pm

Monday 28 March National Hotel Pitch – Noon Bannister Street Pitch – 3pm

#CirQtech (Fremantle) CIRCUS WA The talented young performers of Sliders Youth Circus present their new show, a quirky and bedazzling interpretation of the good, the bad and the ugly side of social media. Get your hashtags ready for #fun #circus #antics!

Saturday 26 March Esplanade Hotel Pitch – Noon Esplanade Hotel Pitch – 2pm


The Saw Player Tree (Italy) MARIO LEVIS This shady character has ventured out of the Italian forest to bring the soulful sounds of the saw to Freo. The Saw Player Tree is the story told by an image, a song, a musical and the performance of a tree that combines its self-image with rhythmic tunes to enchant you with a story telling paradox.

Saturday 26 March Victoria Quay Pitch – Noon

Sunday 27 March Victoria Quay Pitch – Noon

Monday 28 March Victoria Quay Pitch – 11am

Evening performances This year the festival action doesn’t stop when the sun goes down! A heap of great bands and roving acts will be entertaining South Terrace well into the evening, providing a bizarre and eccentric backdrop to your evening meal in the alfresco areas of Freo’s favourite restaurants.


Street Arts Food Village Come grab a bight to eat from some of Fremantle and Perth’s finest food trucks, who will be serving up tasty street food from around the world. The festival’s Food Village will be cosily nestled amongst the shady Morton Bay fig trees in Kings Square – plenty of shade and tables for all to enjoy.

Saturday 26 March Kings Square, 11am – 9pm

Sunday 27 March Kings Square, 11am – 9pm

Monday 28 March Kings Square, 11am – 9pm

West End Weekender Welcome to the West-End weekender, a transformation of the historic High Street into a wonderland of quality local art and design. Exhibitions, activities, footpath fashion parades, music on vinyl, hipster cafes with delicious food, drink and scrumptious donuts and much more! Bicycle parking is available between Henry and Mouat streets thanks to Fremantle Triathlon Club.

Saturday 26 March High Street, 10am – 5pm

Sunday 27 March High Street, 10am – 5pm

Monday 28 March High Street, 10am – 5pm


Access All Arts Audio Description Check for this logo on shows offering this service Through its Access All Arts program, DADAA offers Audio Description for selected Fremantle Street Arts Festival shows. Audio Description enhances live performance and visual art for people who are blind or vision impaired. An Audio Describer delivers a verbal description of the visual elements via a personal headset.

How to book Contact Jacqueline Homer from DADAA: 9430 6616 0400 111 018 Jacqueline@dadaa.org.au When booking an audiodescribed show, please indicate the number of people and number of headsets you require. Places are limited. All bookings must be made at least 7 days before each show. Bookings will only be confirmed when you receive a conformation email.


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SATURDAY Look out for roving performers. See pages with

THE SAIL AND ANCHOR PITCH

symbol for their start times and locations.

ESPLANADE HOTEL PITCH

Lords of Strut

1pm

#CirQtech

Noon

The English Gents

2pm

Kinematos

1pm

Pogo Fred

3pm

#CirQtech

2pm

Lisa Lottie

4pm

Kinematos

3pm

Dino's Restaurant

5pm

KINGS SQUARE

Ezza

6pm

Human Body Parts

1pm

Leap

7pm

Human Body Parts

3pm

Ezza

8pm

The Bed

4pm

Human Body Parts

5pm

WALYALUP PITCH Dino's Restaurant

1.30pm

FREMANTLE PRISON PITCH

Mr Ricochet

2.30pm

Leap

Gareth Wiecko

3.30pm

VICTORIA QUAY PITCH

Gareth Wiecko

5.30pm

The Saw Player Tree

Noon

Lulu's World

6.30pm

Hanging by a Thread

1pm

Hanging by a Thread

7.30pm

ESPLANADE HOTEL - ALFRESCO AREA

Live Music

8.30pm

BANNISTER STREET PITCH The Bed

1pm

Lulu's World

2pm

Hanger

3pm

Hanging by a Thread

4pm

Fairly Fresh Fish

8pm

Bogomila Enterprises Pty Ltd

1pm, 3pm & 5pm

Fairly Fresh Fish

3pm

LITTLE CREATURES BREWERY Fairly Fresh Fish

1pm

The Ferret Guy

5pm

BATHERS BEACH The Wheel House

THE NATIONAL HOTEL PITCH

Noon

3.30pm, 5pm & 7pm

Pogo Fred

1pm

Beach Calligrapher

6pm

Lisa Lottie

2pm

Flaque

8pm

Leap

3pm

NUMBAT PITCH

Lords of Strut

4pm

Local buskers from 11am

Mr Ricochet

5pm

Hanger

6pm

The English Gents

7pm

Junkadelic

8pm

Live Music

9pm


SUNDAY Look out for roving performers. See pages with

THE SAIL AND ANCHOR PITCH

symbol for their start times and locations.

ESPLANADE HOTEL PITCH

Pogo Fred

1pm

Kinematos

Noon

Dino's Restaurant

2pm

Lords of Strut

1pm

Lisa Lottie

3pm

Kinematos

2pm

Mr Ricochet

4pm

English Gents

3pm

Leap

5pm

KINGS SQUARE

Lords of Strut

6pm

Human Body Parts

3pm

The English Gents

7pm

Human Body Parts

4.30pm

Junkadelic

8pm

The Bed

WALYALUP PITCH

5pm

ESPLANADE HOTEL - ALFRESCO AREA

Lulu's World

1.30pm

Gareth Wiecko

2.30pm

Pogo Fred

3.30pm

Lulu's World

4.30pm

Gareth Wiecko

5.30pm

Hanger

6.30pm

Mr Ricochet

7.30pm

Live Music

8.30pm

BANNISTER STREET PITCH Hanging by a Thread

7pm

Fairly Fresh Fish

8pm

THE NATIONAL HOTEL PITCH

Bogomila Enterprises Pty Ltd

1pm, 3pm & 5pm

Fairly Fresh Fish

3pm

FREMANTLE PRISON PITCH Lisa Lottie

Noon

VICTORIA QUAY PITCH The Tree Saw Player

Noon

Human Body Parts

12.30pm

Hanging by a Thread

1pm

LITTLE CREATURES BREWERY Fairly Fresh Fish

1pm

The Ferret Guy

4pm

BATHERS BEACH

The Bed

1pm

Leap

2pm

The Wheel House

Hanger

3pm

Beach Calligrapher

6pm

Hanging by a Thread

4pm

Flaque

8pm

Dino's Restaurant

5pm

NUMBAT PITCH

Ezza

6pm

Local buskers from 11am

Lisa Lottie

7pm

Ezza

8pm

Live Music

9pm

3.30pm, 5pm & 7pm


MONDAY Look out for roving performers. See pages with

THE SAIL AND ANCHOR PITCH

symbol for their start times and locations.

FISHING BOAT HARBOUR PITCH

The English Gents

Noon

Leap

Noon

Hanger

1pm

Mr Ricochet

1pm

Leap

2pm

Pogo Fred

3pm

The English Gents

2pm

Dino's Restaurant

4pm

Lords of Strut

3pm

Lisa Lottie

4pm

WALYALUP PITCH

FREMANTLE PRISON PITCH

The Bed

Noon

Gareth Wiecko

1pm

Hanging by a Thread

2pm

Gareth Wiecko

3pm

The Saw Player Tree

11am

Hanger

4pm

Fairly Fresh Fish

3pm

Dino's Restaurant

Noon

VICTORIA QUAY PITCH

KINGS SQUARE

BANNISTER STREET PITCH Lulu's World

3pm

Human Body Parts

11.30am

Hanging by a Thread

4pm

Human Body Parts

1pm

THE NATIONAL HOTEL PITCH

The Bed

2pm

Noon

Human Body Parts

3pm

Pogo Fred

1pm

Dino's Restaurant

2pm

The Bed

Mr Ricochet

3pm

Ezza

4pm

Lulu's World

ESPLANADE HOTEL PITCH Lords of Strut

Noon

Kinematos

1pm

Lisa Lottie

2pm

Kinematos

3pm

KINGS SQUARE Lords of Strut

Noon

Human Body Parts

3pm

Lisa Lottie

2pm

Human Body Parts

5pm

ESPLANADE HOTEL - ALFRESCO AREA Bogomila Enterprises Pty Ltd The Ferret Guy

Noon, 2pm & 4pm 1pm

3.30pm

LITTLE CREATURES BREWERY Fairly Fresh Fish

1pm

The Ferret Guy

4pm

BATHERS BEACH The Wheel House

3.30pm, 5pm & 7pm

Fairly Fresh Fish

5.30pm

Beach Calligrapher

6pm

Flaque

8pm

NUMBAT PITCH Local buskers from 11am


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Find what’s on and what’s new at fremantlestory.com.au


The fun doesn't stop at the Street Arts Festival.


come and experience our other great festivals:

Heritage Festival

27 May – 6 June 2016

Hidden Treasures

July 2016

Fremantle Festival

28 October – 6 November 2016

Celebrate all things vintage, retro and historical in the heart of Fremantle.

Discover musical gems at venues throughout the West End every Thursday in July.

Ten days of innovative, eclectic programming in the Town Hall, Kings Square, Fremantle Arts Centre and select venues.

Find more info and full festival programs at fremantlestory.com.au


Government of Western Australia Department of Culture and the Arts

City of Fremantle, sustaining and growing arts and culture

Proud supporter of the Street Arts Festival

Essential marketing and survival tips for visual artists – two workshops with arts and media consultant, Paula Silbert - www.fac.org.au Grants funding – rounds close February 28 and July 31 annually - www.fremantle.wa.gov.au

We welcome all international acts to fremantle 9335 1911

44 Mews Road Fremantle

www.cicerellos.com.au

bathers beach house

welcome to fremantle for the 2016 street arts festival 9335 2911

47 Mews Road Fremantle

www.bathersbeachhouse.com.au

For more information call 9432 9724


Your local WA container supply, storage and modification specialists, both new and used. PH: 08 9439 2904 - 0499 166 626 customerservice@scwa.com.au www.seacontainerswa.com.au

It’s called taking Transperth. That way you can enjoy all the wonderful street theatre and entertainment – without the hassle of traffic jams and parking. Plan your journey at transperth.wa.gov.au

M A K E A DAY O F I T AT T H E SA I L ! FREMANTLE STREET ARTS FESTIVAL 26 - 28TH MARCH • Feral “pop up” Bar & BBQ • Delicious food specials • The best balcony viewing spots in Fremantle


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beer garden & food stalls Garden open until midnight

Saturday & Sunday with quality live bands

www.national-hotel-fremantle.com.au

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