Street theatre performers from around the world will transform Fremantle into an eclectic playground this Easter long weekend for the annual Fremantle Street Arts Festival.
Performance spaces will extend from the Fishing Boat Harbour and Fremantle Prison to Victoria Quay and the Woolstores from 12pm on April 19 until 6pm on April 21. Performers will come from France, Sweden, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, The United Kingdom, Spain, Japan, Israel and Australia.
“About 100,000 people are expected to visit Fremantle this weekend, and they are guaranteed to be stunned, surprised and amused by the vast array of talent taking part in this year’s festival,” acting Tourism Minister John Day said.
“Fremantle provides the perfect backdrop for this event with its rich history, famous architecture and its support of local street entertainers along the cappuccino strip.”
Entering its 16th year, the Fremantle Street Arts Festival promises to deliver another memorable weekend of street and outdoor theatre, music, comedy, circus and cabaret performances.[related_ad category=”998″ max_size=”3″ title=”Related Offers”] [related_ad category=”8″ max_size=”3″ title=”Related Stories”]