Sydney, Sydney Fringe Festival 2014

Erotic Fan Fiction, SFF 2014

No Comments 25 September 2014

For its Sydney Fringe edition, Erotic Fan Fiction promised to go deep ‘Behind The Music’, and it certainly satisfied. Reviewed by Andy Huang.

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Jurassic! That Is One Big Pile Of Musical, SFF 2014

No Comments 25 September 2014

Homemade costumes, terrible puns and tap-dancing velociraptors. Jurassic! That Is One Big Pile Of Musical that you will not want to miss. Reviewed by Hattie O'Donnell.

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Confession Booth, SFF 2014

No Comments 25 September 2014

When a mix of actors, comedians, creatives and musicians are asked to fess up to their deepest, darkest, most hilarious secret at Confession Booth, you never know what will happen. Reviewed by Lily Mei.

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Aunt Agony, SFF 2014

No Comments 23 September 2014

We all have that one 'eccentric' relative. But what is behind their often psychotic behaviour? More importantly, is it the stuff of comedy? Emily Meller thinks there is a lot to be said about the hilarity of crazy aunties everywhere.

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Jennifer Forever, SFF 2014

No Comments 22 September 2014

Jennifer Forever puts the dark side of humanity under the microscope. Reviewed by Anne Lau.

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Alexander Vanderboom, SFF 2014

No Comments 21 September 2014

Alexander Vanderboom features comedy, music, burlesque and other things that just can't be categorised. Reviewed by Lily Mei.

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Latitude Platitude, SFF 2014

No Comments 21 September 2014

Cathy Bray's Latitude Platidude takes centre stage, leaving performative show far behind in the dust and presenting poetry at its finest. Reviewed by Bridget Conway.

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The Post-Haste Players: Bard To The Bone, SFF 2014

No Comments 21 September 2014

Bard To The Bone is an entirely improvised celebration of the absurdity of the English language. Emily Meller discovers how weird things can get when the only rule is that you must speak like Shakespeare.

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Amanda, SFF 2014

No Comments 18 September 2014

AMANDA by playwright Mark Langham explores notions of birth and the experiences that determinine who we are and what we do. Reviewed by Lily Mei.

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Cut & Paste, SFF 2014

No Comments 17 September 2014

Open mic nights can be hit and miss. Luckily, Cut & Paste, presented by Rock Surfers Theatre Company, is selective of its talent, resulting in a smorgasbord of hilarious musicians, actors, comedians and poets that will keep you in stitches all night.

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