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All hail ‘Alissia Marsh: King of the Lesbians’ at Fringe World’s encore season

All hail ‘Alissia Marsh: King of the Lesbians’ at Fringe World’s encore season

Alissia Marsh – King of the Lesbians is running for a few extra dates as part of Fringe World’s encore season. This review was originally published in 2020. Alissia Marsh – King of the Lesbians | The Rechabite | til Feb 20 | ★ ★ ★ ★ One of the great things about the Fringe […]

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Review | ‘Justin Sider is D!ckless’: A camp, musical, lap-dancing journey

Review | ‘Justin Sider is D!ckless’: A camp, musical, lap-dancing journey

Justin Sider is D!ckless | Season Ended | ★ ★ ★ ★ ½  Many queer-centred performances during this year Fringe World start with an acknowledgement of country, respecting the First Nations people of the Whadjuk region, along with informing people they are in a momentarily LGBTQIA+ safe space; with a trigger warning. This intro is refreshing, allowing […]

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Fringe show ‘3 Broke Gays’ returns for an encore season

Fringe show ‘3 Broke Gays’ returns for an encore season

After a sell out run, the 3 Broke Gays are returning for two nights only to the Rechabite. This show, featuring Perth LGBTIQA+ comedians Cody Lam, Jackson Canny and Charlotte Glance brings together the best of their collective talents for 50 minutes of belly laughs. “After such an amazing reaction from audiences this Fringe World […]

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Fringe World Festival announces two-week encore season

Fringe World Festival announces two-week encore season

Fringe World Festival’s 2021 season official ends this Sunday 14th February, but audiences will now have two extra weeks to catch their favourite artists in an encore season. ARTRAGE CEO Sharon Burgess said that the Fringe Encore season would enable much needed performance opportunities for shows that were forced to cancel due to lockdown and […]

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Review | ‘5 + 1’ explores broken hearts and reconnection at Fringe World

Review | ‘5 + 1’ explores broken hearts and reconnection at Fringe World

5 + 1 | Big Top | SOLD OUT | ★ ★ ★ ★  I really loved this show. 5+1 is a contemporary relationship story performed in an eclectic mix of dance, gymnastics, acrobatics and theatre. Kinetica’s Anthony and Fay appear to have attempted to pack in the entire gamut of their relationship into one 45 minute […]

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Review | ‘Rouge’ is sexy, stupendous and sublime at Fringe World

Review | ‘Rouge’ is sexy, stupendous and sublime at Fringe World

Rouge | The Edith | SOLD OUT | ★ ★ ★ ★ ★  Sensual, sexual, sumptuous, subversive, sublime, saucy, scrumptious, sizzling, stupendous… I really could go on! And still, none of these words quite capture the orgasmic orgy of the senses that is Rouge. Fringe shows with French names usually mean a frivolous foray into glamourous nudity with […]

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Review | ‘Life’s a Drag’ is a pleasant evening of entertainment

Review | ‘Life’s a Drag’ is a pleasant evening of entertainment

Life’s a Drag | The Court Hotel | Season Ended | ★ ★ ★   In this hour long cabaret show Dean Misdale (the artist formerly known as Feminem) reflects on his life over the last year, sharing stories of job seeking, dating and streaming loungeroom performances, regaling the audience with the reality of his life away […]

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Review | ‘Hold Close’ is a magical journey for the senses

Review | ‘Hold Close’ is a magical journey for the senses

Hold Close | State Theatre Centre of WA | Season Ended | ★ ★ ★ ★ Inspired by Ingrid Tan’s 2009 digital artwork and graphic comic novel which became an online viral sensation of the same name; Hold Close. Hold Close is otherworldly, a space filled with forest creatures, where elves and fairies delight. Be part of […]

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Review | ‘YAAAS KWEEN’ a fun night out for sketch comedy fans

Review | ‘YAAAS KWEEN’ a fun night out for sketch comedy fans

YAAAS KWEEN | Girls School | til Feb 13 | ★ ★ ★ YAAAS KWEEN could be called the modern D Generation. I’d have a fair guess many of the participants met at university. I’d make another bet that some of them are Monty Python fans. The whole show is a series of comedy skits. The […]

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Review | ‘How To Drown A Fish’ a gay romp for romcom fans

Review | ‘How To Drown A Fish’ a gay romp for romcom fans

How To Drown A Fish | Girls School | til Feb 7 | ★ ★ ★  This is a romcom, a genre I’m not a fan of. I usually find romantic comedies predictable and the storylines quite bland and How to Drown a Fish fell squarely into its genre. One modern, affirming point of difference is […]

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