Category: Review

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...

Review: Big Strong Boy

To be blunt, Dan Pavatich has written and performed in one of the most enjoyable acts I’ve seen in Fringe this year yet. Big...

Review: John & Jen

Walk into the Chapel Off Chapel theatre for John & Jen and the first thing that hits you is how truly intimate the space is....

Review: Minnie and Mona Play Dead

Suicide is a tricky topic. The creators of Minnie and Mona Play Dead know this, so they make it clear that it’s fine for the...

Review: FAG/STAG

A lot of the time, going into an independent theatre show requires a level of expectation-setting. That’s not to say most of it’s bad –...