Everyone has one of those friends who is always late, or stands you up at the last minute, but somehow you stay friends with them while bitterly complaining about how hopeless they are. Jon Walpole’s friend, Tim, inflicts the ultimate standing-up – he doesn’t turnup for their two-man show. In true show biz style, Walpole says the show must go on, and so it does, with Jon performing both his and Tim’s roles. Read our full theatre thoughts.
All aboard for an hour of zany madness, physical comedy, and cruise-based humour as comedian Con Coutis presents Half Steam Ahead! this Sydney Fringe Festival season. It’s a little bit sketch comedy, a little bit stand up, and a little bit pun-based humour. What’s for certain is, Half Steam Ahead! is a frenetic hour of comedy where you won’t know what to expect next. Read the full review now!
Millenials, cast your minds back to 2008. Where were you when Katy Perry entered your sphere? Maybe she was your sexual awakening when you first witnessed the music video for ‘I Kissed a Girl’, maybe she never quite resonated during your My Chemical Romance phase. For 13-year-old Sarah, seeing Katy Perry explode on RAGE was the start of her lifelong Katy Perry obsession. Read the full review now!
On the official opening night of the Sydney Fringe 2022, I enjoyed a veritable cavalcade of talent, humour, and emotion. The versatile little Reginald Theatre transformed itself in the wink of an eye from a tiny flat to a spaceship to a disco. Here’s how it all transpired….Read the full reviews now!
On a cold September night in Marrickville who would think you’d see satirical sci-fi comedy in a construction demountable? Well, I was lucky enough to see such a thing and it was the best kind of Fringe that one would hope to see. In this small demountable we got to see a solid comedy show with the potential to be a break out hit, after some time and money spent on development. Read the full review!
A double billing of alternative comedy was on the table for Tuesday evening at the Chippendale “Chippo” Hotel. Featuring the absurd comedy stylings of Alexander Richmond and Jeromaia Detto, we were treated to laugh out loud moments of pure silliness and some shy (and some not so apprehensive) audience member participation. Read the full review now!
Accompanied by a sign language interpreter, Madeline Stewart’s show So Brave, explores what it means to find love, romantic and otherwise, when the world insists that you are different. Described as your average one-handed girl looking for love in a two-handed world, Stewart’s show is thoughtful and honest. Read the full review now.