Busselton’s cultural precinct was closed off to cars and open to the public as part of the Fringe Festival on Saturday.
The LiveLighter Busselton Fringe featured a weekend full of class acts including Busselton’s London-based funny woman Brodi Snook, who performed her debut comedy hour, Babe, to a sold-out crowd.
The fun isn’t over with many more lively shows on the schedule.
Performances to look forward to this week include Pupperotica – Menage a Troi and comedian Dave Callan in Every Video Clip Ever.
Improv legends The Big Hoo Haa will come to town and Burlesque – A Blast From The Past will rock the city.
Murder Me Hearties! a local pirate mystery on the Busselton Jetty is not to be missed.
Busselton Fringe will run until March 3.
Those wanting to ‘fringe binge’ can buy a Buffet Pass for $70, which entitles holders to four shows and priority seating.
For more information and tickets, visit busseltonfringe.com.au.
Photos by Joe Jones.