Category: Expressivo (Performance Reviews)

REVIEW: ANATOMY OF A POWER P*SSY (Cabaret)

Sophie deLightful has written and performed the second show in her cabaret series as part of the Adelaide Cabaret Fringe Festival. Following her premiere at the Adelaide Fringe Festival in February, the Melbournian artist is back at La Boheme with even more fire and sass. As patrons entered […]

REVIEW: LOSING THE PLOT (Comedy / Stand Up)

Sometimes trying to be funny is not funny but it’s better than not trying at all, which is what happens when a comic outsources his job to his audience. Such was the curious case of Bobby Deez’s “comedy” show which was laughable, but unfortunately for all the wrong […]

REVIEW: PO PO MO CO (Comedy / Cabaret)

This riotous adults-only cabaret was skilfully presented by five-piece Melbourne comedy troupe, Post Post Modern Comedy (PO PO MO CO). Recently granted the Adelaide Fringe Emerging Artist Award, these performers live up to the hype and give The Rocky Horror Show a run for its money. The moment […]

REVIEW: 41 SECONDS (Theatre / Social Change)

Mary Galouzis is the founder of the not-for-profit organisation Talk Out Loud. She brings a unique self-devised play to The Bakehouse Theatre in an attempt to remove the stigma around mental illness and honour those who lost their lives to suicide. The cast featured sixteen performers, some of […]

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