Theatre

A marriage of one in a cardboard kitchen

Christel Bartelse returns to Victoria Fringe Festival with sequel

Fringe’s Wind in the Pines a worthwhile challenge for Western audiences

Based on an old Japanese folk tale, the play features the ghosts of two young women who are in love with the same man and are waiting for his return.

Music Rags: Reggie Watts: of comedy and cannabis

Comedian and musician Reggie Watts is popping up everywhere these days.

Love is for Superbeasts a charmer of a Fringe show

Natural Born Killers they are not. Joseph Goble and Mily Mumford of Love is for Superbeasts are as charming as Cheshire cats as they frolic through a retelling of their…

Dirk Darrow: completely successful Fringe Show

Tim Motley has combined magic, film noir and comedy in Dirk Darrow: NCSSI (Not Completely Serious Supernatural Investigator), and it’s no mystery why this show was one of the strongest…

Alone’s characters open to interpretation

Dark Fringe show allows audiences to choose allegiances.

Payne-ful multimedia experience

Matthew Payne’s Fringe show needs work