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Posted 27 Nov 2012 @ 11:36am

With Bloodlines – A Gothic Cabaret, Bradley Storer has created a hilarious, genuinely creepy, dark cabaret experience. 


Set in the walk-in-wardrobe-sized front room of South Melbourne’s quirky Butterfly Club, Bloodlines is right at home, the off-beat nature of the venue gelling perfectly with the unpredictable cabaret vibe.  Kicking off with Storer appearing out of nowhere...

Posted 4 Oct 2012 @ 10:05pm

The Magic And Philosophy Of Sunny Leunig: A Guide To Unhappiness is the creation of The Story So Far co-host Sunny Leunig, a magosopher (a person who practices both philosophy and magic), musician and filmmaker. When describing his production, Leunig laughs and with meticulous thought says, “A Guide To Unhappiness is a show that combines music, theatre and philosophy that has the...

Posted 22 Aug 2012 @ 11:01am

The one and only Mr Simon Taylor is back with 1 Man Debate, his new Fringe show.


Simon's new show applies his wit and charm to society's most pressing question: what the hell is going on with men? Drawing on arguments that span from academic to pub rant, Simon pulls manhood apart in a comedy debate against himself.


Simon Taylor is a comedy machine. He's had...

Posted 21 Aug 2012 @ 2:42pm

Melbourne Fringe Festival celebrates thirty great years of independent arts in 2012. 


Since it was first established following the closure of Carlton’s legendary Pram Factory in 1982, the Melbourne Fringe Festival has presented the work of over 50,000 independent artists to audiences in the millions across Melbourne and Victoria. Over 4,000 artists from Victoria’s diverse...

Posted 30 Sep 2011 @ 5:52pm

Less Than Three is a satirical portrayal of the cliques and trends of the noughties. Written and directed by Jessica Marsh, the play is composed of a series of vignettes that lament the loss of the emo while sending up the development of Melbourne’s indie/hipster culture over the past few years.


The aim was to create the impression of an indie film with a Disney Channel message...

Posted 15 Sep 2011 @ 9:17am

Kimberley Grigg is a passionate woman. As Creative Producer of Revolt in Kensington, she works day in day out ensuring that her diverse venue is constantly host to an array of innovative productions and artists. Therefore it is little surprise to find that Grigg is more than a little excited about the fast approaching Melbourne Fringe. As we chat casually on the phone, the sheer thrill is...

Posted 30 Aug 2011 @ 11:30am

From the award-winning independent theatre company, Grit Theatre, comes the visually-arresting Pond; the story of a house whose residents never leave. 


Cut-off from the rest of the world, this couple create their own indoor environment, over which only they have control.
Receiving awards from Melbourne's Fringe Festival and Brisbane's Powerhouse World Theatre...

Posted 24 Aug 2011 @ 11:25am

The program for this year's Melbourne Fringe Festival was launched in grand style this morning by Lord Mayor Robert Doyle at Little Creatures Dining Hall, Brunswick St.


Melbourne’s much-loved Fringe Festival is now going into its 29th year. is an annual showcase of emerging talent from our fair city's diverse and thriving independent arts scene.


This year's...

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