Reviews

11
Aug 2011
‘See me,’ a sea of ordinary faces asks us. ‘See me’ – two little words packed with such meaning. So begins Nicola Gunn’s At the Sans Hotel, a fractured prism of a performance looking...

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11
Aug 2011
Viva Las Vegas! The fastest growing American city at the turn of the millennium, now at the epicentre of the US financial collapse and housing crisis… But never mind that, the show must go...

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11
Aug 2011
Over the last few years The Two Wrongies have made a reputation for combining dance, cabaret and comedy, and the show they bring to this year’s Fringe is no different to what you might...

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10
Aug 2011
Constructed with as much care and attention as the complex origami within the play, this visually stunning piece explores the real-life story of Sadako Sasaki, a twelve year-old Japanese girl who fell terminally ill...

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10
Aug 2011
Set following an unspecified catastrophic event, this highly aesthetic abstract performance without words utilises some clever object manipulation and evocative soundscapes to create a disturbing and confusing world. Attention to detail is absolute; every...

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