Monthly Archive: September 2017

Melbourne Fringe review: O Vertigo

O Vertigo is a production that settles in perfectly with the somewhat bizarre and funny mix that makes up Melbourne Fringe Festival. Set into...

Melbourne Fringe review: Kosher Bacon

Like many of the great philosophers before him, Michael Shafar is on a quest to understand the world around him. Unlike Plato, Socrates or...

Melbourne Fringe review: She Wolf

Surely no one can dispute that William Shakespeare was one of the world’s greatest playwrights, right? A nooooooooooooooo. In She Wolf from Gillian English,...

Melbourne Fringe review: Dr Duck

Sketch comedy must be notoriously difficult to perform. The pressure of trying to create distinct, but recognisable characters in a short space of time,...

Review: Anno Zombies

Just when you thought it was safe to order a vegan-friendly soy latte, Anno Zombies, written by Bridgette Burton and directed by Natasha Broadstock...