• Shannon McKeogh

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Melbourne Fringe 2012

The Old Melbourne Ghost Tour

No Comments 17 October 2012

The setting for ghost stories was perfect: rain pelted down from a dark sky, a wind shivered into our spines, the expectations of the tour was high  - but unfortunately they would not be met. Melbourne is a city with an interesting history, with some stories of gore suitable for an Underbelly episode, but its […]

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Melbourne Fringe 2012

Xavier Toby – White Trash

No Comments 15 October 2012

What makes people become racist? Is it ok to be a little bit racist? And are penguin analogies the answer to solving world racism? Xavier Toby, general nice guy, seems to think so and uses puns and one-liners to back up his opinions and research on evolution. Standing in front of the Lithuanian Club audience, […]

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Melbourne Fringe 2012

6ft Fairy’s Birthday Surprise

No Comments 30 September 2012

6ft Fairy’s Birthday Surprise is a weird and wacky experience you’ll be unlikely to forget anytime soon. The 6ft fairy is the voluptuous Ivanna – a children’s party entertainer with a Russian lilt who tells overtly sexual jokes – and for her 40th birthday Ivanna’s friends Doctor Funkenstein (a dreadlocked, rubber-gloved scientist) and the rainbow-mohawked […]

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Melbourne Fringe 2011

Aqueous – Nature’s Elements

No Comments 06 October 2011

Abstract art is perhaps one of the most misunderstood, complex and insulted types of visual art. “I could do that” is the usual scoff quickly followed by a jaw-dropping reaction to the price. Yet time and time again, the general public is proven wrong about the significance and beauty of abstract art. Blue Poles by […]

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Melbourne Fringe 2011

Felicity Ward’s (ill-timed, week long) Christmas Special

1 Comment 03 October 2011

Felicity Ward is one of “those people,” a Christmas fanatic who adores all the Christmas kitsch. She’s had the Christmas tree up for so long - since 2008- that she has discovered it’s multi-purpose as both festive décor and a clothes rack. The ill-timed Christmas show is as jam-packed as Santa’s Christmas sack with fart jokes, nativity trivia, role-playing and plenty of special guests. Anything goes in this show - well it is Christmas after all.

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