Peter Maddern

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LEHMO – Younger than Brad Pitt – Rhino Room – 4K

Lehmo is great; great fun and a great guy. 4K

Fringe Theatre – No.33 – nthspace Gallery – 3.5K

No.33 is an interactive and immersive theatre and multimedia experience that explores a family’s experience of mental health through several generations of women.

Fringe Circus & Physical Theatre – Barbaroi – Ukiyo at Gluttony – 3K

AfterDark Theatre’s production of ‘Barbaroi’ is a solid performance that showcases a range of physical theatre acts in a fun and intimate setting. 

Fringe Theatre: Post Mortem – Holden Street Theatres – 3K

If they can be coaxed away from their devices, younger audiences will find this engaging fare without it ever being likely to shake them up. 3K

Fringe Theatre: Tartuffe – Holden Street Theatres – 3.5K

Squeezed into an hour this show seems a bit truncated; Still it makes for a fun hour at Holden Street. 3.5K

OzAsia Music – Symbiosis – 4K

By Ben Watson The night opened with an incredible instrumental performance from Adelaide-based group, Didier Kumalo. For the first hour the 4-piece band showcased their musical prowess, encouraging the audience to move as they played a range of covers and original tracks. Lead guitarist, Dylan Marshall, amazed the crowd through his impressive soloing. The band …

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OZASIA MUSIC – Shik Shak Shok – Nexus Arts – 3K

Hadi Zeidan’s ‘Shik Shak Shok’ is an immersion into a different world – a modern rendering of 1980s Beirut that draws you in with dim lighting, pulsating belly dance music and a crowded bar.

OZ ASIA 2019 – Totes Adorbs Hurricane – Nexus – 4.5K

As much enjoyment one can have at the theatre without getting naked. 4.5K

OzAsia Theatre – Cuckoo – Jaha Koo – 4K

Mesmerising visuals, an original score and a unique interpretation of the economic consequences resulting from South Korea’s solution to the 1997 financial crisis. 4K

OZASIA DANCE – What the Day Owes to the Night – Dunstan Playhouse – 4.5K

Compagnie Hervé Koubi’s Australian premiere of ‘What the Day Owes to the Night’ is a mesmerising, high-energy exploration of culture, movement and human connection.