Melbourne Fringe 2013

Love in the Key of Britpop

1 Comment 04 October 2013

Engagingly poetic and enthusiastically told, Love in the Key of Britpop takes us into the world of a relationship forged in musical commonalities. Emily Andersen tells the story of a Brit boy and an Aussie girl, evolved from drunken stairwell escapades at a New Year’s Day disco into a repetitive, occasionally broke and progressively unhappy […]

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Melbourne Fringe 2013

Art, Sex and Snacks

1 Comment 04 October 2013

When something really speaks to us, we will spend hours trawling the web, theorising with others – trying to find out what significance those lyrics held, or how our favourite author goes about the writing process. Knowledge of how a piece of art comes to be can add so much to the story it tells […]

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Melbourne Fringe 2013

A Little Less Conversation

No Comments 30 September 2013

When you think physical comedy, do you think slapstick? Mime? Dance? Perhaps dance seems like an odd inclusion, but after seeing Dave Callan at the Melbourne Fringe Festival I now know dance is the best comedy in town.

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Melbourne Fringe 2013

One of a Kind

No Comments 30 September 2013

Disclosure: I’m an only child. Therefore, when faced with a one-woman show about being an only child, I was always likely to take the performer’s side. Aleisha McCormack spends an hour on stage talking about what it’s like to be an only child, and how the perceptions of only children are stuck in the past. […]

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Melbourne Fringe 2013

101 Vagina Book

No Comments 26 September 2013

This exhibition, in the words of its creators, “breaks down the taboo around vaginas and body-image shame”, and more generally to celebrate the diversity of bodies and stories from women.

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