Charming novella that mixes allegory with fairy tale undertones will engage both children and adults
Comedic and emotive story centred on penguins, puberty and metaphysics.
Anime comedy that explores family dynamics via time travel
Enda Walsh’s existentialist comedy both impresses and challenges.
While it may feel familiar, this murder mystery successfully entertains.
The final solo play from Pat Kinevane’s trilogy is dark, mesmerising and beautiful.
A socially important story marred by unnecessary musical interludes.
Revival of David Greig’s musical play is funny, exhilarating and poignant.
Interactive puzzle theatre with a point to prove
Outstanding vocalist mesmerises with multi-faceted performance
Su Pollard shines and delivers a fascinating monologue.
Camp, queer and carefully-crafted musical is a winner.
Children’s comedy play is generally fun with moments that don’t work.
Family-friendly improv show is high energy and hilarious.
Outstanding physical comedy from hilarious duo Willis and Vere.
80s-set coming out story is competent but fairly ordinary
Quirky, bizarre and hilarious – sci-fi comedy Polaris is a joy
Impressive physical theatre is weighed down by an overload of philosophising
Matthew Keeley talks to the former teacher turned cabaret star who has become a Fringe fixture
Hilarious pop culture cabaret with a point to make
Solo play is slightly far-fetched but endearing nonetheless.
Powerful drama exploring honesty, identity and retrospection in love.
Disappointing foray into the 90s life-soundtrack of Australian comic.
One-man play fails to effectively explore femininity and pain.