This is ‘true’ improv and a little different from what we normally expect from the art form.
Author Brian Godfrey
While not being a Magic show or Card Trick show as such, this is great fun with Extreme Card Manipulation
Five alien females ask the question: Can the clitoris save humanity?
Veitch’s online adventures are comedic fables for the twenty-first century.
This is what true Fringe shows should be – different, highly imaginative, innovative, punchy, pacy and funny.
This year the American comedy troupe, Sound & Fury, consisting of Richard, Patrick and ‘newbie’ Clayton thumb their noses at the great Romance classic, Cyrano de Bergerac with their version, Cyranose!
Indulge your inner science-fiction aficionado with this voyage through time and space.
Michael Shafar is a good 27 year old Jewish boy from Melbourne who writes for Channel 10’s The Project, and is very, very funny.
Luth Wolff entertains the tiny tots in this wonderful circus act designed just for them.
Matson is a mild-mannered comic who can still deliver big laughs as well as any of the more gritty in-your-face comedians. But his is a nice, pleasant persona
Presented by Cazeleon Reviewed 22 Feb 2018 Let’s get something straight from the start – this…
This is not stand-up comedy but more a humorous, but deeply telling account of who JC Clapham is at this point in time and how he got to this point
Who doesn’t love a good ol’ Pirate yarn!! Especially when performed by Head First Acrobats. These three guys are absolutely brilliant at giving their audience what they want
How to sum up Flesh And Bone: Shakespeare meets the East Enders whilst communicating with Steven Berkoff and everyone goes ‘totally mental’.
Love Letters To The Public Transport System is, in reality, a love letter to well constructed storytelling. Molly Taylor takes her audience on a journey examining how public transport, can lead us not only geographically to our destination, but can impact hugely on our destiny and fate.
Marie Clark Musical Theatre Company invites you to join them for a special fundraising screening of the film, Monty Python & The Holy Grail! Bring your mum, dad, grandma, grandpa, best friend, cousin, next-door neighbour or the shrubbery down the road! All welcome!
This version of J. M. Barrie’s “Peter Pan” is not only musical but has been updated to World War Two bombed-out London.
Over the past few years Pelican Productions have run, in January, what they call Music Theatre Camps. These occur over two weeks, with children and teens from 8 to 19 having intensive training and instruction from professionals and experts in the field of musical theatre, all culminating in a showcase at the end.
Robert Harling’s 1987 comedy-drama Steel Magnolias, made famous by Herbert Ross’ 1989 film of the same name, explores the complex yet quotidian lives of six Louisiana women, during their visits to a beauty salon.
Following his successful 2017 season of Sense and Sensibility in garden locations, clever director Dave Simms (Blue Sky Theatre) this year re-imagines Sheridan’s 18th century comedy of manners in the exuberant primary colours and tabloid-fed rumour-mills of 1950’s London.