LATE BLOOMERS!

Weekly Award for Best Comedy at Adelaide Fringe Winner 2019 Words Anna Rieser Tell us about your show? Scotlaaaaaand! Our show is pure joy and silliness. A rip-roaring hour of hilarity mixed in with some...

JURASSIC PERKS

Feeding time at the dinosaur zoo. Will your wee one be brave enough to help out? Words MARK FISHER    It started with a white lie. Theatre maker Scott Wright was talking to anthropologist George MacDonald, wh...

Jaws Wide Open

Actor Ian Shaw sinks his teeth into the story surrounding one of his father’s most famous roles Words MARK FISHER For four-year-old Ian Shaw, it seemed normal. Like any kid, he was just visiting his dad at wo...

Sh!t Theatre

Festival Favourites What’s your show about? It’s about us being invited to Malta to do a show. We thought were going to have a free holiday, talk to some expats, bash out a quick performance and head home sun...
3★★★

A Girl and a Gun

A Girl and a Gun stars Him and Her. Her is played by Louise Orwin, writer and creator. Him is played by a different man every night. His lines and stage instructions are fed to him in real time via an autocue, ...
4★★★★

The Nature of Forgetting

Tom has early onset dementia. He’s only 55. This is the jumping off point for Theatre Re’s The Nature of Forgetting, an exploration of memory made real through mime, original music and some beautifully tender b...
5★★★★★

The Fall

A devised drama by 7 University of Cape Town graduates examining the lead up and aftermath of the removal of the statue of colonialist Cecil Rhodes on the UCT campus, The Fall takes a look at modern day decolon...
4★★★★

Lands

Sophie is jumping on a miniature trampoline. Leah is doing a jigsaw puzzle. They are independent in their actions, but still connected. Their relationship is unclear, but it’s obvious they’ve been together a lo...
5★★★★★

Mies Julie

After winning a Fringe First award in 2012 for their post-apartheid adaptation of August Strindberg’s Miss Julie, the Baxter Theatre Centre bring Mies Julie back to the Fringe this year. We meet Julie (Hilda...
5★★★★★

Mouthpiece

Two voices, one mind, one woman. Amy Nostbakken and Norah Sadava play the inner voice of protagonist Cassandra, harmonising, conflicting, and whirring around each other in an innovative display of the female ps...