This year the Sydney Fringe was blessed with every Sydney artist’s dream; space glorious space. Space as far as the eye could see. A place to call home, to activate as we saw fit and to create our first ever Festival Hub. 225 Euston Rd Alexandria is the place to be this September.

We have curated an incredible program of bold, brave, exceptional artists, pulled together mind blowing one-off events, created immersive theatrical experiences and called out to our creative community far and wide to come play. 

Check out our highlights below and head to our BUY TICKETS page to search by show, genre tag, venue or date, for all the event details. 

 

HIGHLIGHTS

Heaps gay masqueerade 2nd + 3rd sept

Heaps gay masqueerade
2nd + 3rd sept

FEATHERED AND FIERCE 5TH-9TH SEPT

FEATHERED AND FIERCE
5TH-9TH SEPT

Alfies Kitchen Vegan feast 10th sept

Alfies Kitchen Vegan feast
10th sept

THREE VOICES 12TH + 13TH SEPT

THREE VOICES
12TH + 13TH SEPT

GRUMBLE: LOVE & ANGER (OR SEX CLOWN SAVES THE WORLD AGAIN!)  14tH + 15TH + 16TH SEPT

GRUMBLE: LOVE & ANGER (OR SEX CLOWN SAVES THE WORLD AGAIN!) 
14tH + 15TH + 16TH SEPT

MONGREL MOUTH'S UNDERTAKING 6TH-9TH + 13TH-16TH + 20TH-23TH + 27TH-30TH SEPT

MONGREL MOUTH'S UNDERTAKING
6TH-9TH + 13TH-16TH + 20TH-23TH + 27TH-30TH SEPT

JON BENNETT 28TH + 29TH + 30TH SEPT

JON BENNETT
28TH + 29TH + 30TH SEPT

THE CHRONIC DIARIES 5TH-30TH SEPT

THE CHRONIC DIARIES
5TH-30TH SEPT

FACEMEAT 7TH-8TH SEPT

FACEMEAT
7TH-8TH SEPT

To purchase tickets head to our BUY TICKETS page and search by show, genre tag, venue or date. 


EAT + DRINK

With food taken care of by the awesome crew from Eat Art Truck and our Coopers Festival Bar open nightly, come indulge in some treats before catching one of the many sessions on each night. With multiple performances and exhibition spaces, come for a show and stay for an adventure.


HOW TO GET THERE

Coming by Public Transport

The Sydney Fringe Festival always recommends leaving your car behind and coming to all our events via public transport, a better choice for the environment and less stress for you! When coming by public transport to our HPG Festival Hub you can travel by train, with the nearest station being St Peters or by Bus, with buses 308, 348, 422, 370 and N11 all stopping at nearby bus stops. Please reference the map below for more detail.

Coming by Car

The Sydney Fringe Festival always recommends leaving your car behind and coming to all our events via public transport, a better choice for the environment and less stress for you! If you do decide to drive, there is limited parking at the venue and on the street. If however you would like to reserve a VIP underground car space, follow the link found in the email holding your ticket. When parking on the street, make sure you check the signs for time limits and whether a ticket is required to make sure your day isn't gifted with a parking fine.

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