The city’s weirdest arts and culture festival, this year will look a little different to what audiences are used to with 250 shows taking place either outdoors, digitally, in the home, via audio, behind glass or over the phone over 18 days this November.
Many artists in this year’s festival created their work in the most impossible, mid-pandemic circumstances, and the ingenuity and creativity of artists are in full swing.
“Melbourne Fringe this year really has done something impossible – we’ve created a festival with over 200 events under the most challenging circumstances, made by artists who have created extraordinary, timely, important and exciting new works. I can’t wait to share it with the world,” Creative Director and CEO of Melbourne Fringe Simon Abrahams said.
To find out what’s to come with this year’s festival program, check out online and discover the events for yourself.
Discover the unexpected at Melbourne Fringe 2020 from 12-29 November.
To view the full list of events on sale now, head to melbournefringe.com.au.