Lulu Venom and Suckabelle’s high-femme show Lashes makes sure no audience member is a bystander. MONISHA ISWARAN went to the show.
An evening of chanting, dance and poetry at the Melbourne fringe Festival tonight is raising funds for children with type 1 diabetes, writes HANNAH SCHAUDER.
Collingwood Housing Estate’s underground carpark is the site this week of the powerful performance The Change, highlighting stories about immigration and refugees. SALONEE MISTRY reports.
Luminous is a neon wonderland full of acrobats, jugglers and glowing creatures that materialise before your eyes, created by champion body painter Jessica Watson Miller. in Accio Adulthood, Darcy Dann’s solo cabaret show explains how her passion for Harry Potter has helped her grow up in her own unique way.
An interactive theatre performance creates a labyrinth based in outer space that both children and adults can explore at the same time, but through separate journeys. A comedian finds plenty to laugh about in a stand-up routine about menstruation.
Erotic art is the subject of a show in Melbourne this month set up to challenge what is being described as ambiguous and stifling rules about sex in art. The show will coincide with the decision on whether confronting local artist Paul Yore is guilty of creating child pornography. By TIFFANY KORSSEN A competition that celebrates … Continue reading Erotic show a response to child porn charges
Echoes of Jimi Hendrix, flashing lights and a touch of flamenco are all part of the action as two harpists go head to head in this battle between jazz and classical music as part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival. By DANIELLA CASAMENTO Perth harpists Michelle Smith and Catherine Ashley go to musical war in their innovative … Continue reading Duelling harps a heavenly battle