Plenty still on offer at Fringe

• Contestants on a fun, raunchy scavenger hunt in Perth. 

ARTS lovers fear not – there’s still time to catch some great shows at Fringe World, which runs beyond the school holidays until February 13.

If you need some light relief after the never-ending gloom of Covid, then Daniel Delby’s 33 Years Single could be just the tonic.

The show will provide solace to anyone who has wandered aimlessly in the dating ‘desert’ for years, with Delby poking fun at being rejected by the opposite sex for decades.

There’ll be plenty of crowd interaction, call-backs, freestyle rap and love songs in the entertaining show, which is the sequel to 30 Years Single (Delby did briefly get a girlfriend after that, but it only lasted three months because she was “way out of his league”). 

33 Years Single is at the Comedy Shack, Hyde Park Hotel in Northbridge until February 13.

If you always fancied being on shows like The Amazing Race, then grab your sneakers and lycra and head down to the Adults Scavenger Hunt in Perth.

A wacky and raunchy take on the traditional treasure hunt, you and a partner travel around Perth on the back of a rickshaw with your own personal chauffeur and compete against others, completing a number of hilarious challenges designed to test your courage, creativity and wit.

The night-time hunt starts from the corner of James and Parker Streets in Northbridge and is on until February 13.

A Boy Named Cash: Johnny Cash Experience is proof that Fringe World is not all risque adult shows with plenty of family entertainment too.

Fans of country music will love Monty Cotton belting out all the old Cash favourites at The Royal Theatre.

Once upon a time, Cotton was more at home with ledgers and tax returns, working as a corporate accountant in Sydney.

But he ditched the abacus to pursue a full time career in music, performing as Johnny Cash all across Australia.

His career has gone from strength to strength and he is  regarded as one of the best cover acts in the business, appearing on national breakfast television and hit shows like The Voice Australia.

For Fringe World tickets go to fringeworld.com.au

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