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Fringe Theatre

Fringe 2022: This is Not a Show About Hong Kong Review

Tucked into the alcoves of Underbelly’s Cowgate venue, in a room with stone walls and arched ceilings, there is a fantastic play being performed for the Fringe. The room itself feels old and historic, but the play shown within is entirely new: a topical, fresh portrayal of life in currently oppressed Hong Kong. Produced by […]

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‘Promising debut’: GEORGE review

The creative debut work of Contingency Theatre, GEORGE is an interesting work of experimental theatre that attempts to draw light towards the mentally unhealthy attitudes of the workforce. We watch as the titular protagonist, George (Barbara Blanka) succumbs to her mother’s desire to be ambitious and her eventual transformation into a monster. Mesmerizing and unexpected, […]