As Principal Partner and Homegrown Heroes supporter of the FRINGE WORLD Festival, Woodside has proudly supported WA artists since 2012.

FRINGE WORLD Festival is Western Australia's largest annual performance platform. The 2017 Festival played host to 700 shows at over 150 venues and performance spaces spread across Perth and further afield in local communities and neighbourhoods. 

The 2018 Festival will be held from 26 January to 25 February 2018.

FRINGE WORLD Festival is produced by Artrage Inc, a Not-For-Profit cultural organisation and charity that has been at the forefront of enriching and evolving the creative arts and culture of Western Australia since 1983. ​


Every time you buy a ticket to a WA show you’re supporting talented local artists and performers. Thanks to our Founding Partner Woodside for helping shine the spotlight on the best in the West, who make up 47% of the events in 2018.

Click the link below to see all the great local works on offer. 

Terry La Rue teaches Fringe

Woodside, and legend of FRINGE WORLD and community theatre, Terry La Rue, present: Terry La Rue's Homegrown Heroes Masterclass.

In these exclusive online workshops, Terry peels back the curtain to reveal industry tips for the aspiring Western Australian performer - showing them what it takes to make it at Fringe.

In Episode One, Terry takes us on a journey about how to survive the Festival on an artist's budget.

Visit to watch the full series and check out local events this Fringe.




FRINGE WORLD Concierge - powered by Woodside


Commencing Thursday, 7 December from 11am to 2pm, the FRINGE WORLD Festival concierge service will be open in the foyer at Woodside Plaza. at 240 St Georges Terrace, Perth.

With over 700 shows on offer, Fringe has something for everyone.  Take advantage of ticket and gift card sales, both great ideas for friends and family this Christmas.

The concierge service will open across the following dates:​

  • 11am – 2pm: Thursday – Friday, 4 January – 16 February

The concierge service will be closed 26 January.