Category: Fringe Review

The Karaoke Club – Fringe Review 2021
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The Karaoke Club – Fringe Review 2021

“What if the Breakfast Club met not in detention, but at a karaoke bar?” What a show. If you are after a feel good, toe tapping, vibrant fringe performance then I strongly suggest you make your way over to a viewing of The Karaoke Club. Written and directed by young talent Saskia Ware, and produced by Amber...

Hold Close – Fringe Review 2021
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Hold Close – Fringe Review 2021

Kinetica is a West Australian Circus company that we are proud to call one of our own. Year after year they create memorable and moving shows that leave you wanting more. 2021 was no exception. Hold Close is a very special piece. The audience is treated to a choreography delight – from the moment the...

Jamie Mykaela: DADDY Fringe Review 2021
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Jamie Mykaela: DADDY Fringe Review 2021

Jamie Mykaela’s Daddy will have you rethinking every song you’ve ever heard and will take off your rose-coloured glasses towards artists protected by their longevity and celebrity. Armed with a ukulele and scathing wit, Mykaela captivated the audience with her brazen narrative that unpacked the male gaze; taking aim at singer’s underage exploits and diving...

Burlesque Cinema presents: Burlesque – Fringe Review 2021
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Burlesque Cinema presents: Burlesque – Fringe Review 2021

As far as first times go, my first experience at the rooftop movies was everything I could have wanted it to be. An immersive cinema experience, we were guided by the incredible Sugar Duchess into a saucy showcase of talent, alongside a fabulous movie.  The beauty of summer in Perth lends to the ambience, a...

The Weird & The Beautiful – Fringe Review 2021
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The Weird & The Beautiful – Fringe Review 2021

There’s something to be said about Fringe World Festival and how it gives artists from all walks of like a platform to showcase their essence. In this case, it was the confident ladies of Scarlet Bell Burlesque that would be enthralling us on a Saturday night. If anything, The Weird & Beautiful was more beautiful...

2 Nuts for Dick Tricks: A Dirk Darrow Investigation – Fringe Review 2021
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2 Nuts for Dick Tricks: A Dirk Darrow Investigation – Fringe Review 2021

Heading into this show hoping for something a little R Rated? Unfortunately there will be no nudity, but you’ll have so much fun you won’t be disappointed. Tim Motley is our host playing Dirk Darrow- Private Investigator. Hailing from Philadelphia, Motley promises a show full of fun, comedy and magic. The scene is a 1930s...

James Hancox: Action – Fringe Review 2021
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James Hancox: Action – Fringe Review 2021

Perth, we have a movie superstar in our fair city. James Hancox hails from ‘Hollywood’ (that is what the UK is referred to in Action), and he is ready to take you on a ride through his IMDB credits. Action reminds us that although new movies are at a minimum at the moment, there is...

A Cult For You – Fringe Review 2021
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A Cult For You – Fringe Review 2021

Father Hooroo will rock your world. This is 55 minutes of mind blowing cult status comedy. Perth local comedian Matt Storer brings something to the stage that is completely different. A Cult for You is one part reality TV (sadly), one part musical theatre and two parts comedy. Storer is without doubt one of Perth’s...

Drag Queen Comedy Hour Fringe Review 2021
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Drag Queen Comedy Hour Fringe Review 2021

Hilarious, salacious and wildly inappropriate – Drag Queen Comedy Hour was everything I had hoped for, with plenty of absurd surprises hidden within. Witty and raunchy, the host Dean Misdale commanded the audience like no other. With shocking stories from Tinder dates, a dramatic reading of a children’s book and an excessive number of costume...