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SCOTSMAN David Callan, one of three Scottish comedians in WA, is headed to Kalamunda Fringe World Festival in February. The comedic storyteller is a familiar face for local comedy lovers that have attended his shows at the monthly Comedy at the Kala. Next month he’ll be back at The Kalamunda Hotel with his popular 2021 show Scotland the Dave, now more refined and polished.
Spectacular Fringe shows Kalamunda bound Scarlett Bell Burlesque artistic director Kiera Slade is bringing a burlesque extravaganza to Kalamunda this Fringe World.
FRINGE World Festival will light up the heart of Kalamunda when it returns to the Perth Hills this month with a carefully crafted program of top performers.
The Kalamunda Hotel will host acts from cabaret to comedy and a few children’s events alongside street performers, festivals, music and more.
Scarlett Bell Burlesque has performed at the Kalamunda Hotel for the past three years, this year introducing a brand-new show titled Fatal Femmes – one of 17 Fringe performances at the venue.
Class Clowns is the Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s national development program for young people.
Class Clowns introduces teens aged 14-18 to comedy through creative workshops with professional comedians, using artistic activities to hone comedic talent and build self-esteem, confidence and resilience.
“We like to think we are valued within our community. We’re very grateful for the continued support we receive from local people, friends, family and other businesses.”
KALAMUNDA will soon be buzzing with Fringe World Festival fun when its first ever local event kicks off next month.
Karnival in the Hills will showcase local and international street performers, along with workshop activities and a mini food hub at Central Mall.
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