Fringe World Perth 2016

Fish in the Sea, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 31 January 2016

Among the farce, eccentricity, catchy songs, and a zeal impossible to fake, Fish in the Sea still gave refreshing insight into the trials and tribulations of relationships. Jessica Clausen reviews.

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Acts of Absurdity, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 31 January 2016

Together, the act seem like an afterthought of fellow performers looking to get together and have a good time; which isn’t necessarily bad. Annie Teh reviews.

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Puddles Pity Party, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 30 January 2016

Puddles, the sad clown with a tremendous gift for singing, serenades Fringe World Festival crowds in a delightfully touching and riotously funny dance party. Jasmine Seabrook-Benson reviews.

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Battle of the Superheroes: The Superhero Debate, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 30 January 2016

At the Superhero Debate, comedians skewer a huge phenomenon by asking the real questions about comic book heroes in an epic battle of wits littered with laughs of epic proportions. David Erceg reviews.

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Famous Sharron: Fame Factor, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 30 January 2016

Shaz has the spark and joie de vivre of Dame Edna, but lacks Barry Humphries’ comedic punch. I was left logically dissecting her one-liners, understanding that intellectually they had possibility for a laugh, but still lacked that ‘special touch’.

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Thaw: A Science Fiction Play, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 30 January 2016

It felt as if each performer had spent a long time rehearsing and perfecting their lines, timing and blocking, but very little working on their emotional contact with their peers. The lasting awkwardness continually reminded reviewer Jessica Clausen that she wasn’t seeing a story unfold, but watching actors play a story.

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Le Carousel Bleu, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 29 January 2016

Le Carousel Bleu is red-hot and raunchy cabaret — a stellar example of how to do a Fringe Festival staple justice. Those looking for displays of flesh are not left wanting, but it's the acrobatics, juggling and fire-twirling that truly stand out. James Burnside reviews.

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2 Joke Girls, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 29 January 2016

2 Joke Girls is a comedy standoff between performer and audience, falling flat as it attempts to explore prickly topics that are, in the words of its performers, a bit "all over the place". Anika Landy reviews.

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LUMINOUS, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 29 January 2016

LUMINOUS warrants — excuse the pun — a glowing review, as it delivers unique psychedelic circus and theatre replete with body paint, dubstep, and death-defying acrobatics. Peri Watson reviews.

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Sami Shah: Punching Down, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 29 January 2016

Observational comic Sami Shah's energetic tirade of inter-connected stories on topics as disparate as racism, fitness and Melbourne weather stuns at Fringe World Festival. Jasmine Seabrook-Benson reviews.

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