Fringe Review: Boys Boys Boys

‘Boys Boys Boys’ is a one-woman cabaret for single girls who enjoy going out there and getting what they want. Armed with a few of my single friends, I sat myself on a comfy couch in the cozy, candle lit…

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Fringe Review: Gender Spanner

Looking for the ‘Gender Spanner‘ venue, the  Scratch Warehouse, I’m surprised it is only 10 minutes’ walk from my home in Kensington, an industrial building I’d never taken note of. Inside, plain curtains enclose a performance space of bare concrete…

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Fringe Review: Improv Against Humanity

Improvised theatre can have a number of different handles when it comes to getting inspiration for its scenes. I must admit that I was very intrigued by the notion of matching cards from the ever so popular fad ‘Cards Against…

‘They Saw a Thylacine’ at The Malthouse Theatre

Third time’s a charm. I missed ‘They Saw a Thylacine’ at both the Melbourne and Adelaide Fringe Festivals (not to mention the resulting tour from their Tour Ready award). So I was delighted to attend the show’s opening night at…

Fringe Review: Perhaps There is Hope Yet…

Mature, sophisticated and breathtaking, ‘Perhaps There Is Hope Yet…‘ is a contemporary circus that will have you on the edge of your seats, holding your breath in awe.  A clean and minimal stage showcases the amazing things a well-trained human…

Fringe Review: Accio Adulthood

‘Accio Adulthood’ is a delightful journey into the heart and mind of a 20-something Gryffindor, who may be a grown up now, but refuses to let go of her childhood’s greatest love – Harry Potter and his wonderful wizarding world. My…

Melbourne Fringe Review: FAG/STAG

Addressing what it means to be a modern Australian male — or simply human — The Last Great Hunt’s FAG/STAG is incredibly relatable and honest. Best friends Jimmy (Jeffrey Jay Fowler) and Corgan (Chris Isaccs) navigate break-ups, hook-ups, drunken nights and…

Melbourne Fringe Review: Dan Pavatich’s Big Strong Boy

Make sure to check out our guide to the Melbourne Fringe Festival 2015 There is a absolute appreciation in my books for somebody who is naturally skilful as a storyteller. Somebody who is able to weave tales of truthful encounters…

Melbourne Fringe Review: Death Party

Make sure to check out our guide to the Melbourne Fringe Festival 2015 Death. A topic with an abundance of artistic opportunities. From the very moment the audience is invited into the intimate space of the Parlour Room, there is…