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Here is it folks! It is with great excitement that we can finally announce the 2019 Bondi Feast Program!

This year’s festival sees an exciting fortnight of contemporary circus, dazzling burlesque, side-splitting comedy and genre-bending theatre launch itself upon the Bondi Pavilion from 9 to 20 July.

You have 40+ shows to choose from this year, so we recommend popping the kettle on, putting your feet up and taking your time to read the full program here.

We have assembled a collection of wonderful performers from all over Australia and New Zealand, and crammed them into 10 jam-packed night of fringe fabulousness. We’ll be welcoming lots of new guests, including physical sketch comedy delight Laser Kiwithe award-winning, multi-generational knitting circus show Casting Off, and Chasing Smoke, the critically acclaimed hit from Australia’s only Indigenous contemporary circus ensemble.

The 2019 festival will kick off with our Gala Night (as is tradition) on Tuesday 9 July featuring superstar disc jockey Juan Vesuvius, cabaret darling Anya Anastasia, Green Room Award winner Jude Perl and much much more!

Our Festival Garden is back and promises to be better than ever, featuring new venues, free roving performances (keep your eyes peeled for further announcements of these in the weeks to come), food trucks and plenty of warming beverages. Festivalgoers can check out shows in our new venue, The Yard, or traipse beyond the walls of the Pavilion and explore Bondi with Guru Dudu’s Silent Disco Walking Tours.

There’s plenty more to dive into, so check out the full program and get in early – with these hot acts and limited seats, you won’t want to miss out!

Looking forward to seeing you all by the beach this winter.

Team Feast.

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