Fringe World Perth 2016

A Flat Circle, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 23 February 2016

While it is well written and showcases some impressive performances, A Flat Circle was at times overdramatic and heavy-handed. Julianne de Souza reviews.

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Gatsby’s Cabaret, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 21 February 2016

Despite having only one singer the whole time it is remarkable how varied the production feels as we go from tone to tone and style to style. James Burnside reviews.

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Fringe World Perth 2016

i’m not alright, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 19 February 2016

Layering self-deprecating, self-aware humour over a serious topic, Daley King creates an affecting and accessible show about living with mental illness. Jessica Clausen reviews.

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Fringe World Perth 2016

The Spooky Men of the West – Secrets of Mansinging, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 17 February 2016

Delivering unique and gut-splitting lyrics with a straight face and brilliant acting, The Spooky Men of the West are a great example of home-grown talent with an indisputable track record of making you laugh. Annie Teh reviews.

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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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Fringe World Perth 2016

El Bizarro, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 15 February 2016

Expect to laugh, cheer and have your jaw plummet as Ringmaster Magnus 'Danger' Magnus leads his El Bizarro troupe through an hour of macabre and engaging circus, complete with contortion, fire-breathing, and a ping pong ball-spitting Swedish juggler. David Erceg 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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Experiments in Mind Reading 2.0, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 13 February 2016

Through struggling to ‘remember how this trick goes’ and misplaced awkward moments of silence, Penny appeared like any other man off the street, nervous to be in front of an audience at times when his ‘mind tricks’ took a little while to work. Annie Teh reviews.

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Dirty Jazz, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 13 February 2016

If dirtiness is indeed a state of mind, Dirty Jazz proves that this is a psychological plane we should all visit a bit more often. Jen Perry reviews.

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Fringe World Perth 2016

Naked Girls Reading, Fringe World Perth 2016

No Comments 13 February 2016

Naked Girls Reading is essentially a cabaret for bookworms — a literary feast for the ears and mind, and a wonderful feast for the eyes. Annie Teh reviews.

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