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During this year’s Edinburgh Fringe, I’ve had the odd moment of sneaking nostalgia for the days when theatre meant sitting in the dark, absolutely...

Dear Anthony, In the summer of 2015 I became involved in what would turn out to be your most infamous project yet. My agent at...

Latest stories

Natasha Tripney Don’t Miss Circa: Humans – Underbelly Circus Hub A celebration of the possibility of the body, Australian circus company Circa’s new show is an astonishing...

Michael Campbell's original novel Lord Dismiss Us was published in 1967, the same year homosexuality was decriminalised in the UK. As such, it offers...

Hard-drinking monologues are a fringe perennial, as are stories of young women struggling with the prospect or realities of motherhood. So it’s much credit...

To get the most out of Chris Davis' One Man Apocalypse Now, you have to have seen the movie. The finer nuances of this...

The story as a concept lies at the heart of Karoo Moose – No Fathers, a deeply powerful tale set in rural South Africa....

Two men, one straight, one gay, sit atop stools and tell different sides of the same story. They're both Aussies, mates who are wingman...

A single siren sits on her island, aching for companionship but destined to consume each stray sailor that drifts her way. That's the set-up...

As it suggests in the title, the premise of Sweatshop, the new late-night cabaret/circus hybrid from the Briefs Factory is that the circus is...

A bearded man in a blue suit is dancing blithely to Whitney Houston, but things take an awkward turn in Josh Lucas’ one-man show...

Celebration is a small but glorious remedy for despair. Ben Kulvichit and Clara Potter-Sweet acknowledge bewilderment and fright at the recent rise of right-wing...

Established in 2013 Deadpan are regulars at the Edinburgh Fringe and Third Wheel is a musical told through a mix of song, physical theatre,...

Aside from entertainment there is a part of the cabaret performance that, no matter how vintage it appears, should reflect at least some aspect...
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