The word on the street is that Sydney’s leading proponents of culturally, financially and physically accessible theatre – Black Birds – are the word on the street. They’re midway through a mini season of live, in-person and COVID-safe performances at the Old 505 Theatre in Newtown. Rounding out this year’s inaugural Global Fringe live shows will be Queers On The Fringe curated and hosted by Queerstories Maeve Marsden.
If you can’t make it to the theatre in person, there’s a bumper week of live streamed performances, with several special live shows from Sydney Fringe’s Scandinavian partners, Stockholm Fringe, running until the wee hours of Sunday morning, as well as next Wednesday’s final Live Gala Stream The Queer & The Camp which is a free to stream triple bill of brilliant theatre on the Sydney Fringe website. It will not only feature a live feed of the Queers On The Fringe performance from Old 505 Theatre, but also includesthe UK’s TOOT with Ten Out Of Ten and The Princess And The Showgirl by UK dance duo Thick & Tight.
To book your tickets, register for the live streams or watch a host of shows on demand head to sydneyfringe.com/whats-on