Tag: Fringe Review

FRINGE 2015: A F*#king Mad Tea Party – The Elephant British Pub – 4K

This Mad Tea Party has been created by University of Ballarat Arts Academy graduates Samantha Wojcik and Timothy Christopher Ryan. A madly entertaining mix of physical theatre, dance, burlesque and song set in a imaginative psychedelic Wonderland following Alice down the rabbit hole where she is confronted by some well known characters. Exploring the madness …

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FRINGE 2015: Kinski and I – The Studio, Holden Street Theatres – 3K

Kinski and I, is an interesting experience. It explores the life of German actor Klaus Kinski, through readings from the original (since banned) text of his autobiography and small snippets of other information provided by presenter C J Johnson. Less like a traditional theatre production and more like a documentary – biographical dialogue accompanied by …

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FRINGE 2015: Geraldine Quinn – MDMA: Modern Day Maiden Aunt – The Producers Warehouse – 5K

If there was an award for the most under-recognised and under-appreciated cabaret talent in Australia, Geraldine Quinn would have to top my nominations. For a decade, she’s been writing and performing slick musical comedy shows that always leave their audiences satisfied, and MDMA: Modern Day Maiden Aunt is another fine example of the genre. In …

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FRINGE 2015: Sparrow-Folk: SubBIRDia – Gluttony: The Bally – 4K

The friendly greeting from performers Catherine Crowley and Juliet Moody, the sparkly bunting hanging from a bright Hills Hoist and the offer of a (very tasty – take the offer) homemade cookie, iced to look like a breast, set the scene for this show well. This is a tight 45 minutes of musical comedy about …

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Fringe 2015 – Garden of Unearthly Delights Opening

Last night the Garden of Unearthly Delights opened its doors to the public for the first time in the 2015 season. Aesthetically not a huge amount has changed from previous years, the layout and venues remained largely the same, however there were some beautiful new additions. The incorporation of the trees in the park has …

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