Cast A Dark Shadow by Carla Lippis

Adelaide’s Carla Lippis returns to the Fringe for a second year, holding court in the intimate and elegant confines of the Boards, and though this is an inspired fit, from the moment her presence is made known,...

Luke Wright: What I Learned From Johnny Bevan

A spellbinding performance by Luke Wright of his 2015 novel-esque poem takes us on a journey from the optimism of youth to the disillusionment of middle age, via sharp satire, dark humour and punchy, pulsating ...

Richard Todd: Monsters

In Monsters, Richard Todd might start off a little shaky, but as the show goes on he undoubtedly finds his groove. His awkwardness adds a certain lovability to his performance and gives off a sense of genuinene...

Chris Bliss: Writing Wrongs

When the reviewer must sit on a shelf due to every other seat and standing space being occupied, despite half the crowd having already been turned away for safety reasons, you know there must be something to th...

Let Me Look at You

Let Me Look at You begins with actor Mark Pinkosh narrating what he sees as he walks through London’s Soho. He describes a young man who exudes style leaning against a motorbike, and he explains how he became m...

Shame

Combining video footage with theatre performance, Shame confronts issues of sexual consent and slut shaming head on. Kiera is a normal teenager who has started making videos on YouTube as an aspiring filmmaker....

The Patchwork Odyssey

This retelling of Homer’s epic, The Odyssey, is quite unlike any other. The Patchwork Odyssey is improv based and features extensive audience participation you can’t help but get drawn into from the get go. Abs...

The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk

Emma Rice’s final production for Kneehigh is a tender portrayal of the vibrant relationship between famed expressionist painter Marc Chagall and his wife Bella. Played by Marc Antolin and Audrey Brisson, the co...

JOAN

As the lives of the saints go, you’d be hard pressed to find one with more drama, twists, turns and heroism than Joan of Arc’s. So it’s no surprise that her story has been told and retold over the centuries, se...

Carmen Lynch: Lynched

Carmen Lynch plants herself on the stage confidently, letting you sit back assured that you’re in for a good hour. She has a laid back, cutting sense of humour in her Fringe debut, Lynched.  The jokes are fa...