Tag Archives: Sydney Fringe 2017

October 06

I love you: A Story of Forbidden Love – Sydney Fringe (Theatre Review)

I love you – A story of Forbidden Love At the time of writing the production is over, however you can follow Sage for more information on future productions here. When Sage Godrei writes about Armenian women defying their father and mother and running off with a young man of choice rather than the one […]

September 25

Betty Grumble’s Love and Anger – Sydeny Fringe (performance review)

Betty Grumble’s Love & Anger (Or sex clown saves the world again!) This show has completed its run at the Sydney Fringe. If you want to find out more about Betty Grumble, dive in here.  Please note: These images are not taken from the fringe show, they are lifted from Betty Grumbles website and gallery. […]

September 25

Russell – Sydney Fringe (Theatre Review)

Russell Sydney Fringe This show has completed its run at the fringe. You can find out more about it here.  There is a forgotten role for anxiety and nothingness in contemporary theatre, tapping more into the cognitive power of trauma rather than focusing on the psychological underpinnings of a key protagonist. In this way, theatre […]

September 23

Diva Wars – Sydney Fringe (Theatre Review)

Diva Wars Sydney Fringe Festival at The New Theatre September 19 – 23 You can grab your tickets here. The primary problem with the refutation of homosexual unions has always been what heterosexuals lose rather than what homosexuals gain. Alternate relationship options give us a chance to explore ourselves, regardless of orientation. Only by giving […]

September 11

Undertaking – Sydney Fringe (Theatre Review)

Undertaking Mongrel Mouth 6-30 September. You can grab your tickets here.  There are many exciting things to do at The Sydney Fringe Festival this year, but surely one of the most thrilling is the immersive theatre experience by Mongrel Mouth on the second floor of the exciting new Hub in Alexandria. Here, Mongrel Mouth expose […]