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Written by Mark O’Connor and performed entirely by David Malikoff, this performance explores the realities of nature versus multinational big business.
This is Coppin’s first time at the Adelaide Fringe and straight from the start, from the first kick off (soccer talk) this smart, quick witted “Gobby” from the UK, certainly captured the audience’s attention.
'A Company of Strangers' is a cabaret that is showing in The Spiegeltent, which is a beautiful venue$$s$$ intimate, but with a wonderful old world feel.
Opening night for Movin’ Melvin Browns I Have Dream (Soul to Soul) show was at the Norwood Live venue, a classic intimate and relaxed cabaret style spot. The room was almost full and crowd was ready to be entertained.
There exists so much folklore around who and what made up the golden age of Hollywood and its larger than life characters (both real and fictional), that it is always a delight to come across a story that lays bare these goliath figures of narcissistic proportions.
Kick-starting her tour before kick-starting her relocation to the US of A later this year, Mia Dyson, through selected venues that afford her a more ambient link with her music-loving audience, laid it out for us music lovers on Saturday night at the Mullumbimby Civic Hall.
In 1998 Matthew Shepard, a 21-year-old student attending the University of Wyoming in Laramie, was kidnapped, savagely beaten and left tied to a cattle fence outside the small west American town.
Sometimes the simple things in life are often the best. 'Love Me Know More' (Deux jours a tuer) certainly lives up to this saying.
Perth Festival puts on A visual feast in black and white - Between The Devil and The Deep Blue Sea at the Festival Theatre.
The opening sequence of 'JCVD' is an exercise in filmmaking smarts.
What a great piece of theatre! The adaptation by Eamon Flack retains the power of the original, while making it not so much up to date as timeless.
French genre-skipper Robert Guédiguian turns his roving eye to the thriller with 'Lady Jane', an icy vengeance drama turning twists in Marseille.
The lads from Sound & Fury would like to have us believe that they’re idiots with nothing to say.
'Justin Bond is Close to you' is a fabulous show to kick off the Mardi Gras festivities.
Scarborough performed at the Adelaide Fringe Festival is directed by Martha Lott, written by Fiona Evens and performed by Emily Banford and Sebastian Freeman.
Released in close succession, 'Gran Torino' and 'Changeling' seem to offer two vastly disparate visions from director Clint Eastwood.
Eagle's Nest Theatre have done it again, with a series of four new pieces opening this week at Northcote Town Hall.
'The Mardi Gras Double Bill' presents two pieces of theatre reflecting back onto the gay community in its most important month of the year.
A play about the ecstasies of unrequited love there is an abundance of fun to be had.
Opening the documentary are images of Dutch film director Theo van Gogh, who was murdered by Islamic fundamentalists in Amsterdam in 2004.
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