Category: Review

Review: Bomb Collar

I’ve been trying to find the best terms to describe Bomb Collar from Nick Delatovic at the Melbourne Fringe. It’s… strange. Uniquely so. If...

Review: Michael Shafar in Jewish-ish

Michael is Jewish. Well…he’s Jewish…ish. In an hour of gags, Michael discusses what that’s meant to him, and how it’s turned him into the...

Review: Breathing Corpses

Arriving at Candyland Arts Space feels much the same as arriving at Jim’s storage space, one imagines. There is a cold industrial feel, both...

Review: Blank Tiles

The start of Dylan Cole’s show, Blank Tiles, would have you believe the world of competitive Scrabble is a nail-biting, edge of your seat...

Review: The Space Between

The Lavazza Italian Film Festival is once again with us, offering cinema patrons exceptional variety to chose from; everything from drama to comedy, and...

Review: Screw Loose

Melbournians certainly love a festival, don’t we? Seems like there’s a new one starting every week, so it’ll surprise no one to hear that...

Review: The Writer

When a show is titled The Writer, it’s setting itself up to be judged on the quality of its writing. Frankly, there’s no gentle...

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: Wit

Dr. Vivian Bearing is dying of ovarian cancer. A professor of literature specialising in the Holy Sonnets of John Donne, Bearing (played by Jane...

Review: Don’t Breathe

Three young burglars break into the home of a blind veteran in order to steal three hundred thousand dollars. The film opens with Rocky...