"don’t drink too much and here’s your rape whistle.”
Ahead of their MICF run, I sat down with The Travelling Sisters to chat all things costumes, touring and – gasp! – women being funny.
★★★★ – If you’ve ever wanted some clarity on the structure of lady bits, this is the best educational seminar you’ll ever attend on the subject.
★★★½ – While the politics are definitely upfront, it’s all in enormous fun.
★★★★ – Brings a considered and intelligent approach to his absurdist, satirical farce
★★★★ – Blanch-De Wilt’s childhood tales are not only laugh-out-loud funny, but told with great authenticity and heart. A great many thumbs up!
★★★ – With a bit of polishing the play will provide audiences with an utterly unique and compelling theatre experience.
Let's all take a deep, dusty, glittery breath. Breathe in that WOMAD love of the Different and the Kooky and the outright Strange, let it coat your sinuses.
★★★ – Matrophobia! is about motherhood, but more importantly, it is an ode to the creative power of the female body.
★★★★ – Part acid nightmare, part social media commentary, and part dark comedy...Cull is a wild ride that fulfils all of your Fringe needs.
★★★ - At times, it is more of a Grease singalong, which is perfectly fine, but not the introduction I was hoping for.
"Finally, on centre stage, groovy Austrian electro-swing cats Parov Stelar (10:15pm) punctured 1920s music with more drops than Usman Khawaja."