The highs and lows of a night out is packed into 60 minutes in the show FREEFALL. SHONA LOUIS reviews a show that’s all about breaking the rules.
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, and this show is all about that fury. CHERMAINE WONG went to a show with a powerful message and even more powerful performance.
In a competitive dog show, three different breeds and their owners battle to be the best. MONISHA ISWARAN reviews a show that looks at what impact that has on the dogs – and on us.
Is it really important to be successful? KEXIN WANG reviews a show that looks at perils of potential.
TARRYN TOELAU reviews an extremely funny, emotional and heart-warming show at the Fringe.
Before I forget is a fun, interactive and clever hour of jokes and friendly banter between Annie Louey and her audience. TARRYN TOELAU reviews an enjoyable show.
Never Ending Night asks how you would respond, in a time of desperate need, to an influx of refugees. AMANDA JOO reviews an unusual performance.
Young comedians offer a good night out and a glimpse of the future.
Take one violinist and add a looping station. The result is a spectacular one-woman show that sees what happens when modern technology meets contemporary classical music. By OLIVIA CLARKE For some Melbourne Fringe shows, getting there is half the adventure. And when you do arrive, you often find the venues are intimate and cosy. … Continue reading Violin looping to beautiful crescendo