Peter Maddern

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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.

OZASIA THEATRE – £¥€$ (LIES) – Space Theatre – 4K

Ontroerend Goed’s £¥€$ (LIES) delivers an absolutely unique and engaging theatre experience in this year’s OzAsia Festival, that will leave you questioning the foundations of the global economy. It’s all about trust, and how far you’re willing to go.

OzAsia – Silk Road Ensemble – Caravanserai – 3K

A multicultural music performance showcasing traditional song and dance founded across the intercontinental Silk Road trade routes.

OzAsia – TECHNO CIRCUS – SIRO-A – 4K

A show perfect for the whole family; funny, fast-paced, visually amazing and full of flare – 4K

THEATRE – Jasper Jones – Playhouse – 4.5K

A wholehearted retelling of a story that may well claim to the title of “The Great Australian Story”. Thought provoking and as relevant . Kryztoff Rating 4.5

BABY REINDEER – Summerhall – 4.5K

Gripping story and brilliant delivery make for a riveting hour or high quality theatre. 4.5K

WENGERBALL – Assembly – 4K

Wakefield’s voices are excellent, his patter amusing and his commentary about football spot on. His moments as Jose Mourinho are more than worth the price of admission. 4K

CATCHING COMETS – Pleasance Courtyard – 3.5K

Chasing Comets should not to be underestimated as a satisfying way to spend an hour at the Pleasance one afternoon. 3.5K

THE SHARK IS BROKEN – Assembly – 4.5K

Wit as razor sharp as the shark’s, put downs as cold as the sea that supposedly surrounds them, all done nonetheless with a warmth to match a swig of Shaw’s whiskey – 4.5K

FISH BY SHINEHOUSE THEATRE – Summerhall – 4K

For the hearing impaired this work makes for a break from those shows that can provide so many challenges and delivers much more than a token production. 4K