Category archives for: Fringe Reviews

Fringe Review: Darkle

Fringe Review: Darkle

A very dark, blacker-than-black comedy about 3 young people who kidnap their landlord’s dog for a joke, leading to a dark and unexpected turn of events.

Fringe Review: Icarus Falling

Fringe Review: Icarus Falling

His evocative rendition of the Greek myth of Icarus is guided by a modern sense of honesty and emotional pain, exploration the depths of depression.

Fringe Review: Bey Dance Workshop

Fringe Review: Bey Dance Workshop

A 90-minute dance workshop to teach you how to be the fiercest of fierce and get yourself a whole lotta laughs learning to be bootylicious.

Fringe Review: ego-less-ego-ist

Fringe Review: ego-less-ego-ist

An exploratory quest into the feelings of some Gen Y Adelaidians who feel stuck in a cycle of work, nightclub outings & a whirlpool of personal, ego-fueled drama.

Fringe Review: Jeff Green in Happy Hour

Fringe Review: Jeff Green in Happy Hour

Jeff Green is an award winning British comedian premiering his new show that reflects on his own life and interpretation of happiness.

Fringe Review: Trash Test Dummies

Fringe Review: Trash Test Dummies

For a comedy trio, the Trash Test Dummies’ sense of humour is absolute rubbish, which is what makes them so damn funny no matter what your age.

Fringe Review: Tomás Ford: Electric Cabaret

Fringe Review: Tomás Ford: Electric Cabaret

A sort-of “psychotic breakdown meets industrial techno show”; a cabaret of catchy yet brutal originals and a few cover songs with David Lynch-esque projections.

Fringe Review: The Misadventures of Miss Bouzy Rouge

Fringe Review: The Misadventures of Miss Bouzy Rouge

Former member of The Pacific Belles debuts her solo show, proving that until now, she had only revealed one tenth of her potential.

Fringe Review: Felicity Ward – The Iceberg

Fringe Review: Felicity Ward – The Iceberg

A show about perception: an iceberg is all about what’s going on underneath the surface of the water, it changes depending on your position in relation to it.

Fringe Review: Kirsty Mac- Feminazi

Fringe Review: Kirsty Mac- Feminazi

Kirsty Mac has been called a Feminazi a lot, so she’s chosen to own the label, talking about her experiences with love, family, dating and feminism.

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