LEXICON

Circus began as very specific entertainment. 250 years later, the genre has been taken apart, stripped and stretched to the edge, and will undoubtedly keep moving as society dictates. NoFit…

ASUNA / 100 KEYBOARDS

Since the late 1990s Asuna has created experimental sound works that vault genre divides, crossing from hip-hop to hardcore punk to freak folk noise and low-fi pop. Asuna’s landmark work…

TRUSTEES

We enter the space, stripped of its usual seating bank; we are instead asked to look inward, at each other, as the space is now set in the round. How…

DANIEL JAUREGUI

As the Boite World Music gathers us once again in celebration the world, diversity and the bridging of divide and community through song, this world music open mic session is…

COLOSSUS

The Art Centre has never looked so young, the theatre brimming with fresh faced excitement, on stage are 50 dancers, laid out in a circular formation; this is dance of…

ELMO

Fringe this year has opted for a rating system describing where each show fits in the “comfort zone.” An interesting concept, though perhaps there is one generic comfort zone, and…

THERE / HERE

Two actors re-performing a show from ten years ago, in the same room, under the same direction, is enough to excite interest. Marcel Dorney, Emily Tomlins and Angus Grant reunite…

CHURCH OF OYSTER

Performer poet Caramelsauce Mel cordially welcomes the audience into a tactile tour of the space, we feel the latex and the drum: a gentle warm-up to a show that is…

WRITE LOUD & CLEAR ABOUT WHAT HURTS

50 minutes is the therapist’s hour and also the run time of most fringe shows. This allows the therapist to take notes before the next client, the punters to run…

LOU WALL’S DRAG RACE

This a a fun, frolicking show, frocked up, fabulous with some serious statements to be made, and it makes these, rather successfully. Using drag, a medium which, for too long,…