Byron Bay singer, Belle Benét, returned to the stage for a late show, joining forces with popular local jazz quartet, Iridium.
Belle Benét captures the hearts of her audiences with a string of great standards, but there is far more to her performance than the songs.
This is an exciting and engaging work drawing on age old superstitions and dark magic, necromancy of the strongest kind, transformed into a powerful and beautiful work for these very fit and agile dancers.
Miss Renee Simone's voice is a joy to listen to as she turns every number into a piece that is all her own.
This is a fine spot to relax over a drink and a meal while catching some of the free entertainment. Then head in to enjoy some of the ticketed shows, before pulling up a chair for the late show.
The Fringe kicked off in spectacular fashion on Friday night as the best opening night Parade in the Fringe’s history dodged electrical storms to light up King William St. and attract record crowds.