Australia's biggest and best street arts festival brings performers from around the globe to the streets of Fremantle over the Easter long weekend. Be sure to check out the daily midday performances at the Fremantle Prison Pitch and make some extra time for a tour of the Prison, Perth’s only World Heritage listed site, while you are here! Check out the full festival program here www.streetartsfestival.com.au

Fremantle Prison Pitch

Saturday 20 April: Noon

Drawing Circus

You’ve heard of street artists who can draw a crowd, but the incredible Croquiky Brothers can really draw a crowd: literally! A hilarious combination of dance, circus, and portraiture, these irrepressible brothers let their pens do the talking in an unpredictable collection of visual surprises.

Sunday 21 April: Noon

Ready.Aim.Fire

Have you ever seen an archer just as flexible as her bow? Or a performer with as perfect an aim with her arrows as with her laughs? No? Then you’ve never seen Sara Twister, one of the world’s very rare acrobatic archers, who puts a whole new twist on contortion and deadly aim with her breathtaking Ready.Aim.Fire.

Monday 22 April: Noon

Jaardu The Magic of India

Jaardu will steal your heart as he guesses your card. His sword-swallowing take on traditional Eastern magic will charm you just as he charms his snakes