I don’t know about you, but whenever I buy groceries I constantly worry about the possibility of a dystopian future where a single company has control over all of our fruit and vegetables. Apparently it also concerns the folks at The Cutting Room Floor, so much so that they took to Paper Mountain on William street to show Fringe-goers a wickedly dark comedy about it: ‘The War on Food’. Caz Stafford reviews.
If you’re looking for something to really sink your teeth into and to leave you breathless, ‘Snake/Bad Adam’ is worth every moment. And you had better not bring your folks along – it’ll just be awkward. Caz Stafford reviews.
While the subject matter runs the risk of being very technophobic and cliché, it instead has a beautifully constructed plot and gives great insight into human vulnerability in a modern context. Review by Caz Stafford.
Each beautiful performance is unique and immersive, but together they transport you from Perth to Paris, giving the truly sexy, ‘sensory burlesque experience’ that Fringe has never seen before. Personally, I have never been more aroused by native flora and disembodied legs. Review by Caz Stafford.