Monthly Archive: September 2015

Review: Hewy and Taunts go H.A.M

Tim Hewitt and Sam Taunton are two cute, affable and utterly non threatening middle class guys trying to go H.A.M (hard as motherfuckers). The...

Crimson Peaks Double Pass Giveaway

There’s something very alluring about the gothic sensibility, whether it’s the spookiness, the overly pale, romantic aristocrats or the giant houses. Take that and...

Review: #DearDiary

#DearDiary had great potential, and I was intrigued to see it (it’s possible I was an avid diary keeper at a young age). However, this...

Review: A Bee’s Dick Away

by Nat Tencic It’s amazing that just a day after #ShoutYourAbortion went viral, a show completely about the theme of abortion should premiere. Lisa Harper...

Review: A Star Is Bored

“I want to be rich, famous and powerful.” These are the words that introduce us to the personality that is Nick Eynaud. That, and...

Review: Barbaroi

Barbaroi is the first Fringe act I’ve seen this year that has no dialogue. It has no plainly set out story or plan that...