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True Fiction, Melbourne Fringe Festival 2015

No Comments 30 September 2015

Melbourne collective Blank Canvas Theatre develop a realistically side-splitting documentary in front of your eyes in 'True Fiction'.

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Melbourne, Melbourne Fringe 2015

David Rose & Michael Shafar – Outsiders, Melbourne Fringe Festival 2015

No Comments 30 September 2015

Two up-and-comers in the Melbourne comedy scene, David Rose and Michael Shafar, share their experiences in various hysterical ways in 'Outsiders'.

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Strong Female Character, Melbourne Fringe Festival 2015

No Comments 30 September 2015

Opening night of Strong Female Character was undeniably rough around the edges but also overwhelmingly genuine. Rowena Hutson tells the story of her life and sexuality with charming, reckless bravery, and the audience is taken through her struggle of loving Indiana Jones and Wolverines while developing into a proud feminist. Her years of experience in comedy and […]

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Anne Edmonds – You Know What I’m Like, Melbourne Fringe Festival 2015

No Comments 30 September 2015

Anne Edmonds is fascinated by people who aren’t plagued by the existential questions of life, people who just get on with it. Edmonds, for her part, listens in on their conversations and turns it into a hilarious, gut busting and surprisingly moving hour of comedy in the award-winning You Know What I’m Like. You get the sense that […]

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Twinception, Melbourne Fringe Festival

No Comments 29 September 2015

In 2013, Karl Redgen woke up in a prison cell in Thailand with a gash on the back of his head, surrounded by a group of men demanding money. Twinception is the story of how Karl’s southeast Asian journey devolved from a drunken trip with his twin brother into a series of manic episodes, an […]

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#PRINCESS, Melbourne Fringe Festival 2015

No Comments 28 September 2015

#PRINCESS is the latest creation from fear + love theatre company. It attempts to tell discuss themes of political corruption, mass media, social media, and control through two rather divergent plot lines – the story of a royal family’s power struggle, and society’s engagement with the world wide web. One of the most critical problems with […]

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Ghost Machine, Melbourne Fringe Festival 2015

No Comments 28 September 2015

The tone of Ghost Machine is set before the show even starts: as the audience trickles in Laura Davis stands proudly on a bare stage. She’s wearing a ghost costume (i.e. a sheet with eye holes cut out) and a curious backpack-type device that has a squeaky gyroscopic appendage with a light attached to the […]

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Bits of Us, Melbourne Fringe Festival 2015

No Comments 28 September 2015

In Bits of Us, writer/performers Laura Buskes and Tim Quabba chart Alice and Ben’s journey into coupledom. It’s a touching hour of sketch theatre that brings big laughs, but isn’t preoccupied with them. More than anything it’s original storytelling done well. The audience meet Alice and Ben as they meet each other. Their relationship is […]

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His Ghostly Heart, Melbourne Fringe Festival 2015

No Comments 28 September 2015

Join actors Riley Nottingham and Bundy Marston on an intimate journey about the idealisation of love, the avoidance of pain and the purity to be found in complete and utter darkness.

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Wet Cement, Melbourne Fringe Festival 2015

No Comments 27 September 2015

Join half-manic, half-frustrated Steph Teitelbaum on a journey through her psyche to find out why she lives everything "half-arsed" in 'Wet Cement'.

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