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Indigenous dance group Djuki Mala’s Perth Fringe premiere was sponsored by Hawaiian, which invited the act to pop-up performances at its shopping centres, such as Forrestfield. Photo: Matthew Poon

Money a Fringe factor for local talent

Punters and performers have flocked to Perth’s colourful, diverse and pleasantly bizarre Fringe World Festival, which is poised to exceed last year’s box office sales and hit the $10 million mark, but factors other than money are driving local artists.

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Perth
Fringe is awesome! My favourite month of the year!

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3rd↑Perth Theatre Trust$20.4m
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