Category archives for: Fringe Reviews

Fringe Review: Katie Noonan & Circa: Love-Song-Circus

Fringe Review: Katie Noonan & Circa: Love-Song-Circus

A powerful and emotional look back into our convict history, telling the stories of the first female convicts in Australia.

Fringe Review: A Gaggle of Saints

Fringe Review: A Gaggle of Saints

A young Mormon couple attend a party in New York and things eventually turn dark after they arrive in the big city, very dark.

Fringe Review: Paul Foot – Words

Fringe Review: Paul Foot – Words

Strange & surreal, Foot is a new breed of comic who asks his audience to follow him as he weaves intricate tales that don’t always have a traditional punchline.

Fringe Review: True Story

Fringe Review: True Story

A collection of seemingly impossible true stories, wacky anecdotes and even absurd customer reviews compiled together in a funny and light-hearted cabaret show.

Fringe Review: WILUMINATI

Fringe Review: WILUMINATI

Touching on relationships to politics and racism, Wil had something for everyone; no mean feat considering 2014 is the 16 Fringe that Anderson has performed in.

Fringe Review: Eurodad

Fringe Review: Eurodad

Adam Rozenbachs’ plan was to take his Dad to Europe for 3 weeks to explore his German heritage and see the sights, but we all know about the best laid plans…

Fringe Review: The Kransky Sisters Piece of Cake

Fringe Review: The Kransky Sisters Piece of Cake

In classic Kransky Sisters style they took the audience through a production of life tales & cover songs with many well-scripted jokes.

Fringe Review: Five.Point.One Presents ‘Notoriously Yours’ By Van Badham

Fringe Review: Five.Point.One Presents ‘Notoriously Yours’ By Van Badham

Van Badham’s play examines security, both national and, in particular, personal, with social media like Facebook making us vulnerable to scrutiny and abuse.

Fringe Review: The Art of F**king

Fringe Review: The Art of F**king

In a performance of polar opposites, the cast push you away then pull you closer in a mix of poetic language, relatable tales a flourish of movement.

Fringe Review: FOMO – The Fear of Missing Out

Fringe Review: FOMO – The Fear of Missing Out

Zoe McDonald has FOMO: The Fear of Missing Out and she’s prepared to share it with you. One woman, ten characters. Lots of surprises, humour and awe.

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