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Review: Friendly Feminism for the Mild Mannered

Georgia Brass

Friendly Feminism for the Mild Mannered is a timely show debuting during “the golden age of women’s rights” and is so important for EVERYONE to see, regardless of whether you consider yourself a feminist or not.

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'Nobody's Home' (They All Went to See Mallrat @ The Gov)

Thai McGill

On Friday the 5th of April, The Gov hosted Mallrat for her Nobody’s Home tour

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French Film Festival Review: The Image Book

Sebastian Moore

His latest film The Image Book is a fragmented, often overwhelming collage of images and sounds from disparate contexts.

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French Film Festival Review: Who You Think I Am

Anh Ngo

A genre-blending thriller, drama and romance, exploring the phenomenon of catfishing from the catfish’s POV. Who You Think I Am is masterfully carried by veteran actress Juliette Binoche, who somehow manages to elicit sympathy to an unsympathetic cause.

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French Film Festival Review: NON-FICTION

Sebastian Moore

The film could’ve very well devolved into the kind of old-man-yells-at-cloud platitudes we hear all the time about technology, but Assayas is a more deft handler of these conversations than most.

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Adelaide Fringe '19 Review: #nofilter

Georgia Brass

The power of theatre to realistically, yet conceptually tackle taboo topics in society is proven by local company Velvet Chase Productions in their performance of Daniella Candida’s #nofilter, a unique, expressive and emotive exploration of mental illness, its causes, its effects, and the many faces of it.

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Adelaide Fringe '19 Review: Canapés and Cocktails

Chelsea Griffith

A harmless, fumbling fool with an unpredictably cutting wit.

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Adelaide Fringe '19 Review: The Handlebard's Twelfth Night

Georgia Brass

The energy, pace, hilarity, wit and talent of The Handlebards’ Twelfth Night makes the show a standout that anyone can enjoy.

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Adelaide Fringe '19 Review: SEPTEM

Georgia Brass

SEPTEM is a short and sharp piece of theatre that realistically shows the true nature of humans when faced with ultimate life or death.

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Adelaide Fringe '19 Review: Vertical Insanity's 'Hand In Hand'

Georgia Brass

Hand In Hand is a cute, colourful, playful piece of quirky circus that the whole family can genuinely enjoy,

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Adelaide Fringe '19 Review: Build A Rocket

Lucy Brewer

Heart-warming, electric, and funny to boot, Build A Rocket is the kind of show that cartwheels around your mind for days to come. 

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Adelaide Fringe ’19 Review: Fafi D’Alour and the Delinquents

Isabella Carbone

After sexing up bars across New York, Fafi D’Alour and the Delinquents have returned home to steal hearts in their new technical-based dance and cabaret Fringe show.

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Adelaide Fringe '19 Review: Massaoke

Lucy Brewer

If my Instagram feed is anything to go by, Massaoke madness has hit hard in 2019.

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Review: HAIKU HANDS @ Fat Controller

Caitlin Ellen

Seeing HAIKU HANDS live is like the coolest arts and craft project you’ve ever seen but with nightclub lighting and intoxication.

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Adelaide Fringe '19 Review: The Redhead Cabaret: Carrot Tops (+ bottoms)

Caitlin Ellen

There’s no need to slip slop slap on the way to this show, no matter how red your hair is.

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Adelaide Fringe '19 Review: Millennial Pink Poppies

Caitlin Ellen

The thought-provoking Millennial Pink Poppies is one you wish you hadn’t mixed this Fringe Season.

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Adelaide Fringe '19 Review: 360 Allstars

Anh Ngo

With three new kids joining the Allstars lineup this year, expect to be thoroughly entertained, blown away, stressed out, humoured and very, very impressed.

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Adelaide Fringe ’19 Review After Life: Conversations From A Hospital Waiting Room

Isabella Carbone

After Life is a confronting exploration of mortality, life and death within the tidy confines of a 60 minute original local theatre production.

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Adelaide Fringe '19 Review: Hand in Hand

Anh Ngo

As sweet as it is delightful, this group of six Adelaide acrobats will plaster a smile on your face that you’ll find difficult to wipe off.

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Adelaide Fringe '19 Review: SHAKE IT

Isabella Carbone

Sultry burlesque, glam rock, air acrobatics on roller blades, bubblegum tricks and hula hooping in nought but a thong: SHAKE IT has it all.

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