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Live from Tandanya Theatre Thursday, February 25 Reviewed by: Max Cooper Love, Loss and Lattes is a gripping performance filled with skilful circus stunts. The show is themed around Missy's relationship with coffee, but the heart of the show is her outstanding physical dexterity. The show has a minimalist aesthetic, and the light touch with which technical elements like sound design an

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The German Club – Studio Wednesday 24th February Reviewed by: Natalie Carfora   I was 5 minutes late to review SLUT: The Play (oops sorry guys) and entered to a bunch of teenagers dressed in school uniforms gyrating on the stage. I immediately thought, ‘Woah, this is not what I thought it would be.’ Fortunately, that was far from the truth, and I left very impressed. &n

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Norwood Concert Hall Saturday 21st February Reviewed by: Daniel McLean Dylan Thomas’ radio play Under Milk Wood vivisects the lives of the townsfolk of Llareggub, a fictional Welsh town, exposing through a passel of voices the gossip, ambitions and tragedies of provincial life. Starring Guy Masterson, this production of Thomas’ play, staged at Norwood Concert Hall, and presen

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Friday 19th February Worldsend Beer Garden   Instagrams 2 Grammys started with a strong support act, Chico Wills, an American comedian who was a real natural on stage.  His delivery was casual and his punch lines were amplified by his relaxed temperament.  Unfortunately, the show went downhill from here; this being one of those situations where the support was stronger than the

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Tuxedo Cat Saturday 13th February By Masya Zabidi   A myriad of Adelaide Fringe stereotypes are featured and subsequently mocked in The Three Cs’ chaotic production, A Night At The Venue. Starring Robbie Greenwell, Yvonne McAulay, and Chiara Gabrielli, this scathing look at Fringe season plays out like a hurried high school production with low, albeit quaint, production values. Writ

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La Bohème Sunday 14th February By Riley Calaby   Want to hear the everyday made entertaining and the humdrum made hilarious? Want all that delivered in a rollicking, riotous one-woman cabaret show with the music and the voice to match? Sarah Gaul and her piano rip into poseur Western activists, theatre wankers, and shit exes in her new show Slumberland.   Startin

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