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Rosie Waterland: Kid Chameleon – Review

‘Writing became the shovel I used to dig myself out of a pretty shitty childhood’ says Rosie Waterland in her Australian Story recorded last year. ‘Australian Story’ starts and finishes her Fringe show, ‘Kid Chameleon’ at the Rhino Room, as she tells us you know you’ve made it when you have your own Australian Story….

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Review: Passengers

“Passengers”, by UK award-winning trans artist Kit Redstone and director Jessica Edwards tells a story of a person suffering with a multiple personality disorder. Kit Redstone has been working under the name Vacuum Theatre for 12 years. He makes work that is autobiographical but addresses universal themes. Kit’s last show ”Testosterone”, made in collaboration with…

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Review: Who is the Ukulele Dream Girl?

Phi Theodoros first released this show to the public back in 2019. Opening to rave reviews Phi continues to spread the good word about peace, love and empowerment thorough song, poetry and thought-provoking monologues. Phi is no stranger to the entertainment world. In different variations she has been treading the stage boards, playing her unique…

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Simon Caine: Every Room Becomes a Panic Room When You Overthink Enough

Review by Steve Amey It takes real comedic skill to find a humorous link between overthinking, the Ghost Busters Ecto-1, awkward threesomes and cake! But Simon found it and used it well as a clever thread throughout his comedy act. Simons aptly titled show hit the mark as we saw a man, a phone and…

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Review: The Devil Made Me Do It

Sometimes I feel the Devil gets a bad rap. Let’s be honest here, without the Devil we would not be able to differentiate between right and wrong. We also would not be able to bring existential meaning to the bad things that happen to good people.  In this play presented by Write Me Originals we…

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Review: That Boy Needs Therapy

Gordon Southern has a cheeky, youthful presence, and crinkles around the corners of his eyes.  “Therapy saved my life” is the line repeated throughout the show—named after certified 2000’s banger Frontier Psychiatrist. You can tell Gordon has Scottish ancestry because he’s a natural storyteller with a history of substance misuse. The audience is rooting for…

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