• Jasmine Seabrook-Benson

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Fringe World Perth 2016

Adam Peter Scott: Straight to Video, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 15 February 2016

With trademark self-deprecating humour, self-confessed 'inside kid' Adam Peter Scott contemplates life through the prism of his enduring love for movies, negotiating his way through a curveball from a couple of wildcard audience members in the process. Jasmine Seabrook-Benson reviews.

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Tomás Ford’s Craptacular!, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 14 February 2016

Ford is not the kind of performer that stays on stage, rigid and remote. This guy is all over the room. He’s on chairs, on laps and charging down the aisle. Costume changes are rapid. Jasmine Seabrook-Benson reviews.

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Interview with Paul Bourke, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 09 February 2016

“I want the audience to walk away buzzing and resonant with a sense of being both light and dark, human beings beautiful in all their imperfections”. Jasmine Seabrook-Benson interviews Paul Bourke about his Fringe World hit Vladimir the Crow.

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Aaaand Now For Something Completely Improvised, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 06 February 2016

The Racing Minds performers weave in and out of the unfolding, show-determined story with remarkable ingenuity and great comic effect. Jasmine Seabrook-Benson reviews.

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Nicole Henriksen – Techno Glitter Penguins, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 04 February 2016

COMEDY Presented by Nicole Henriksen Pho Barn at Noodle Palace Review by Jasmine Seabrook-Benson Nicole Henriksen has formed a connection with everyone before the show’s even started. She is friendly, welcoming, exceptionally lively and clearly very pleased to again be performing at Fringe World 2016. Dressed in a vibrant blue Poncho, Nicole reminds us to […]

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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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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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Interview with Nicole Henriksen from Nicole Henriksen is Makin it Rain, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 27 January 2016

“I could have had a stand-up comedy show about it, I could have had a cabaret or a burlesque show about it. But I realised I didn’t want to have a distance between myself and the audience anymore. I actually wanted to challenge myself to break that down even further”.

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Vladimir the Crow – Whispering Ghoul, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 25 January 2016

Although Bourke’s character and the topic of the show are on the darker side, the piece is performed with a light, almost ludicrous sense of fun.

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Hobo, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 23 January 2016

James Taylor's high energy Hobo enthrals as it confuses, creating a powerful depiction of torment and oppression with three captivating performances at its centre.

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