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Ghosts Haunt Fremantle Prison For Another Year Of Fringe

Friday 8th February / presented by Bec Bowman

Genrefonix, a Perth-based arts and music collective return for another year of Fringe at the atmospheric Fremantle Prison Theatre to bring you a multimedia show featuring original horror music and soundscapes, all performed live alongside compelling imagery of Fremantle's architecture and its ghosts.

Creative director Will Acten and actor Paul Rowe join Bec in the studio for Artbeat to talk about what we have in store for Ghosts of Fremantle.

Fremantle Prison will be brought to life through emotive tunes, eerie sound effects and imaginative ghost portraits. The original theatre screen used for prisoners will fire up once again, bringing history and imagination to life.

Ghosts of Fremantle is on at 7pm, 8:15pm and 10:30pm Saturday 9th February at Fremantle Prison. Tickets available at Fringe Festival.

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