Presented by Rhys RyanReviewed 22 February 2022 An exploration of light and sound, Bodylex is a piece by a young dance crew out of Melbourne choreographed by Rhys Ryan. An interesting show, it explores the demanding nature of rules and regulations of society and how jarring and demanding it can be on the mind. Using […]
Interesting and fun, with things to consider.
A strong performance in a difficult genre.
Presented by Victor DavidReviewed 21 February 2022 A very nice man with a Dutch accent telling about his career as a hand-model is a strange premise for a comedy show. Victor David has limited success with his jokes, apart from problems with the audience understanding his accent, he fails in some pacing with his timing, […]
The Package uses mask, puppetry, physical theatre and music to represent an elderly woman who reminisces on the complexities of her life through sex, love and childbirth.
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An environmental scientist has had his house damaged & loses ten years of valuable research during a deluge of floods & rain. leading him to examine his life.
On the back of a sell-out season earlier this year, this classic story set in a psychiatric hospital returns to the Bakehouse theatre for this week only.
Revolving around the disappointments, dreams and tragedies of the Dockerty family, this story is a depressing reminder of the difficulties that faced, and still do face, communities with high unemployment and low levels of education.
Two troubled souls finding each other after a night of mild animosity may sound like a tired old premise but, when those lost beings are an aged clown and a tango teacher, there's enough quirkiness to keep things interesting.
The age-old adage comes to life in Rita Papillo's mildly amusing comedy-fantasy where three self-involved clients reveal their personal lives to a masseuse while taunted invisibly by two playful spirits that live within the walls.
Reaper Man starts and finishes with words from Sir Terry Pratchett himself, beginning with an introduction to the Discworld, and fittingly ending with “ I remember when all this will be again”. Fitting and poignant words when you remember that Sir Terry is battling Alzheimers Disease.
Take a trip to Terry Pratchett's Discworld and meet some of its weird and wonderful characters this Fringe, with the help of the Unseen Theatre Company.