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Bare Beckett poetics enchant in McGovern’s Watt

In a postmodern world, after two world wars, we are now caught up in the busy noise of the digital, the technical, and the experiential. Arts Festival’s need to wow and offer larger than life events. In Tom Creed and…

Pinot Palooza – The Wine Lover’s Paradise

Wine lovers, get ready for the Christmas of wine, as Pinot Palooza comes to Melbourne this Saturday! Pinot Palooza is back, and it’s bigger and better than ever before! Over 100 styles of Pinot will be on display from top…

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Rhymezone Drawing Crowds at the Melbourne Fringe Festival

The patrons for this year’s Melbourne Fringe Festival were spoilt for choice when it came to high quality improvised theatre. The variety was especially noticeable, and Rap Rap Rappin’ on Heaven’s Door, a completely improvised rap musical, was especially drawing…

Modern Medea pleads her case in Medea- A Reasonable Woman

One of the greats of drama, Medea speaks direct to her jury in Uninvited Theatre’s newest creative work, Medea – A Reasonable Woman. Coolly articulate, she seems every bit today’s mid-life wife defamed by a quixotic Athenian husband. When courted,…

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Sleepover Gurlz at the Melbourne Fringe Festival

Fringe performances have been known to experiment with interesting spaces as part of creating quirky atmospheres. Some have been set in car parks, some in swimming pools, and some even use the city blocks of Melbourne as a roving setting….

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Lost Picnic Comes to Melbourne

Melbourne, get your Spring picnic game on with the ultimate Sunday session crossed picnic crossed live concert. That’s right, Lost Picnic is coming to Melbourne on October 7, and it’s the the perfect place to kick off your shoes and…

Murder Village

‘Murder Village’ at the Melbourne Fringe Festival

Murder Village. The name is ominous, yet it is the perfect tongue-in-cheek setting for a genius hybrid between a murder mystery and a professional long form improvised format. Creator David Massingham, starring as a seemingly incompetent Detective Gullet, teams up…

‘Montreal’ by Paul Richards at the Melbourne Fringe Festival

It is always wonderful to see a show dedicated to a passion, yet accessible to all if given the knowledge that the entertainment comes from the handling of the source. Paul Richards delivers ‘Montreal’ during this year’s Melbourne Fringe Festival…