It’s the Fringe. Comedy madness everywhere. So when Felicity Ann appears as a flight attendant complete with a set of aeroplane seats announcing take-off you would expect nothing less than a laugh-out-loud bumpy ride through comic heights.
The poster pretty much says it all. The Casablance-esque forewarns of unrequited love and in this noir-style thriller the stage is set: who is stalking who and what happens when you fall in (and in love) with the world of espionage.
Nick Coyle suffers from low self-esteem. At least that’s what the recording of his voice (that he has prepared in advance) leads us to believe – as we watch him toss aside pair after pair after pair… of novelty glasses. And a black veil.
The stream-of-consciousness style writing offers the audience a glimpse into an outback town where two unlikely teenagers are drawn together to combat institutions, perception, family and expectation.
The idea of an all-Australian chamber orchestra in the UK shouldn’t be strange. After all, there are thousands of Australians living and working in the UK and it seems fitting that a concert entitled Maralinga Lament should be conducted and...
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