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EATS BEATS STREET

FRINGE FESTIVAL VILLAGE

IN REVIEW

Over the month of September, the Sydney Fringe Festival Village returned to Kensington Street for its wildest year yet. The precinct was splashed with pink as it transformed into an entertainment mecca with two huge street parties to celebrate Sydney’s creative arts community.

EATS BEATS STREET  |  THE LAST SUPPER

On Saturday 8th September we celebrated street art, street food and local performers with EATS BEATS STREET. Guests mingled with emerging and well known street artists such as EARS, Birdhat and HML and over 20 performers including Bernie Van Tiel and Soul of Sydney. To continue our support for the creative arts community, we are auctioning the artworks created at the event to raise money for The Australian Cultural Fund (ACF). Find out more information here or head over to the Pay Station in Spice Alley to register your interest in securing a unique piece of art and support Australian creative arts projects.

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ARTISTS & PERFORMERS

Kensington Street showcased Sydney’s emerging artistic community featuring 19 street artists and 14 performers on Saturday September 8th.

Click below to view the performer profiles, and take part in our street art auction, with proceeds going to Creative Partnership Australia.

STREET ART AUCTION
PERFORMERS

THE LAST SUPPER

As the Sydney Fringe Festival drew to a close, we celebrated the finale with THE LAST SUPPER. It was a sumptuous feast for eyes, ears and stomachs as delicious three course meals created by Eastside, Bistro Gavroche, Olio and Mekong were accompanied by indulgent performances. Guests were seated at tables thick with drama as they were seduced by burlesque performers, wild creatures, dancers, musicians, snake charmers and fire twirlers. A very special thanks to Porcelain Alice, Memphis Mae, Bandaluzia Flamenco and Queenie van de Zandt for joining us for the evening.

Click the button below to see photos and video from the night.

SEE VIDEO & GALLERY