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Embrace life on the fringe and get set for a weekend of laughs, entertainment, great music and cabaret all in the one weekend at the inaugural Alpine Valleys Fringe Fest at Feathertop Winery; Thursday January 9th – Sunday January 12th 2020!

The festival is a celebration of all things cultural and diverse in our region, bringing together the best up and coming talent in our local region.

The line-up includes a mix of comedy, cabaret and music, set in Feathertop’s stunning winery backdrop:

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Thursday January 9th, 6:30-8:30pm – Launch Preview Night BUY TICKETS>>
Local musos The Alpine Bangers kick the festival opening night off! Join us for canapes, bubbles/beer on arrival and your chance to see a 2-5 minute preview of festival artists.

Friday January 10th, 7:30pm – Ginger & Tonic BUY TICKETS>>
Acclaimed a cappella girl group ‘Ginger & Tonic’ are showcasing the breadth of Australian music in their show ‘Australian Treasures and Guilty Pleasures’. Known for their superb harmonies and hilarious cabaret shows, in this show the quartet are injecting their signature style into songs that capture the beauty and downright fun of the Aussie spirit.

Saturday January 11th, 7:30pm – Priscilla Armstrong “Goodbye To Berlin” BUY TICKETS>>
“Armstrong’s risqué antics, creates an experience of forbidden cabaret at the time of the rise of Adolf Hitler.” – InDaily, Adelaide’s Independent News.
The well-known Kit Kat Klub has been boarded up along with all the other popular Cabaret venues of Berlin. Sally has transformed an abandoned house into a lavish cocktail bar for her final cabaret, ‘Goodbye to Berlin.’ Hidden in the depths of the city, this secret cabaret is set in the 30’s shortly after the story of Cabaret as you know it. Haven’t you ever wondered what happened to Sally?

Sunday January 12th, 7:30pm – David Quirk BUY TICKETS>>
You might have seen David Quirk in Rosehaven, Celia Pacquola and Luke McGregor’s acclaimed ABC series where he plays the odd/lovely character of Damian, the Tasmanian hoarding locksmith. Or maybe it was as Josh Thomas’ love interest in ‘Please Like Me’. If not there, perhaps it was with Sam Simmons in Problems, or with Sammy J & Randy in Ricketts Lane or with the Kates on Get Krackin. Who can say?

Stand-up comedian and actor David Quirk has cemented his place on our TV screens and as an original voice on the international comedy circuit, with hit live shows in Australia and the UK. His break-through live show, ‘Shaking Hands with Danger’, a storytelling tale about infidelity, took out the coveted peer voted award – ‘The Piece of Wood Award’ at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, and was nominated for Best Comedy at the Sydney Comedy Festival. The show also ran successful seasons in both London and Edinburgh.

Individual show tickets available or save $5 when you purchase a Weekend Festival Pass. More information can be found on our website

Katerina Monroe
Katerina Monroe

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Congratulations on the award, it's well deserved! You guys definitely know what you're doing. Looking forward to my next visit to the winery!