Closing out Sydney Fringe’s inaugural festival-in-a-pandemic, local artist Maeve Marsden hosts a mixed bag of artists, writers, comedians and musicians for an experiment in intimate entertainment, ready to deliver story, song and catharsis to an audience of 5, or maybe 50, or 500 strangers tuning in from their lounge rooms…
Charmingly chaotic, with a pocket full of heart, wit and rage, Maeve will draw on her work as a theatre maker, curator of Queerstories, creator of award-winning cabaret and improviser of terrible dad jokes, to offer up the unexpected, equal parts playful, personal and political. Queers on the Fringe celebrates Sydney’s queer underground, which still has some grit despite the flashy corporate vibe for which the city is known. This ain’t Mardi Gras. It’s Fringe.
With Brendan Maclean, Jamaica Moana, Victoria Zerbst, Nina Oyama and Jojo Zaho.
#ICYMI: Last chance return-stream September 26th to October 3rd. Tune in!
You can access the online stream of this event without purchasing a ticket but we strongly encourage viewers to Pay What You Feel the work is worth. Now more that ever independent artists need your support.