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16 – 19 September (7:15pm)

“Paul Richards delivers ‘Montreal’ …with such a grounded dedication and finesse.”
Read Plus One’s review here

14 – 21 September (9.00pm)
Fringe Hub: Arts House
“They create a world of bizarre characters such as rat loving cowboys, quarreling cats, desert travelers of indeterminate ethnicity and cheeky elves that delights and confuses.”
Read the Squirrel Comedy Review here

Untitled No. 7
18 – 21 September (8:00pm)

Fringe Hub: Arts House
★★★★ “an energetic and knowing performance.”
Read The Age review here

Stark. Dark. Albert Park.
14 – 22 September (7.45pm)
Gasworks Arts Park 
“Carefully cast and cleverly directed by Elizabeth Walley – well rehearsed and a comfortable length…”
Read the Stage Whispers Review here

Wool! A History of Australia’s Wool Industry: The Musical
16 – 22 September (6:30pm)
Fringe Hub: Lith Club
“Wool!…is freakin’ awesome.”
Read Squirrel Comedy’s review here

Tomfoolery – The Words and Music of Tom Lehrer
19 – 22 September (9:30pm)

Gasworks Arts Park 
“The show is simply great fun both for an audience and…its cast.”
Read the Australian Stage review here

Stark and Dormy
18 – 29 September (7:45pm)

Fringe Hub: Arts House
“it sure is one hell of an entertaining ride.”
Read the Arts Review here

Alone Outside
14 – 29 September (6.45pm)
Fringe Hub: Arts House
★★★★★ “She captures our hearts before we have a chance to realise, only to suddenly feel her heart break as if it were your own.”
Read the Stage Art Review here

Cam Venn – Charles Horse Lays an Egg
14 – 29 September (6.45pm)
Fringe Hub: Lith Club
“Why? Because he is funny as heck, and actually lays an egg.”
Read the Weekendnotes Review here