Fringe Theatre Review: The Cocoon

It’s a rare and beautiful thing to be inches away from an actor as they tremble with tears. Close enough to count their wrinkles, to catch their scent. Continue reading Fringe Theatre Review: The Cocoon

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Adelaide Fringe 2018 Review: Socially [un]acceptable

What: Socially [un]acceptable Who: Laura Desmond When: Feb 15-March 2 Where: The Niche at The Producers, Adelaide; Riverside Room at The British Hotel, Port Adelaide Tickets: Full Price: $10-$20, Concession $10-$15 Details Available here Content Warning/Trigger Warning: Sexual Assault, Rape, Emotional Abuse   On first walking into The Niche at Producers, I was struck by the small, intimate space, a dozen-odd chairs pushing onto a small … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2018 Review: Socially [un]acceptable

Adelaide Fringe 2018 Review: Love Letters to the Public Transport System

What: Love Letters to the Public Transport System Who: Written, directed and performed by Molly Taylor When: 15-18, 20-25, 27-28 February and 1 March (See here for full details) Where: Holden Street Theatres How much: Full price $20-28, Concession $25, Group 6+ $22 Tickets available here When was the last time you thanked a bus, train or tram driver, and meant it? Hopefully the last … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2018 Review: Love Letters to the Public Transport System