Author: Aidan Johnson

Review: Rogue One

If Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens was Disney paying its respect to the previous Star Wars films of the 20th Century, then...

Review: After Hours Cabaret Club

Whether you have never seen a burlesque cabaret show, or whether you are a veteran, the After Hours Cabaret Club, located at Bennetts Lane,...

Review(s): La La Land

Somehow, 1950’s and ‘60’s musicals have decided to return to the modern era (all of the ridiculous dancing of that time, with none of...

Review: Area 51

Area 51 is a play produced for the Melbourne Fringe Festival produced by Ancient Pickle, a local production company. Unfortunately on the opening night...

Review: Cut the Sky

“Story through song” is an interesting and at times emotive method of telling stories, and Cut The Sky is a great example of this....

Review: Abigail/1702

Haunting, thought-provoking, and sinister. That’s Abigail/1702, a play that looks into the life of Abigail Williams 10 years after her escape from the horrors of...

Review: Flesh Eating Tiger

Alcoholism is something that is not really addressed in Australia’s booze-soaked culture often enough. Considering that the amount of alcohol consumed by Australians (especially...

Review: Under My Skin

Dance – especially contemporary dance – can seem a bit niche for most people. And it is true – some contemporary dance pieces can...