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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Tomas Ford stands on stage, his streamer-bedecked arms raised. A little ray of mayhem
Reviews

A little ray of mayhem

30 January 2021

David Zampatti stuck it out long enough to find the gems amid the noise and fury of Tomás Ford’s Fringe show.

Reading time • 4 minutesFringe World Festival
Circus takes the twist
Reviews

Circus takes the twist

3 February 2020

While YUCK Circus falls short of delivering a feminist manifesto, it still has a subversive edge and is lots of fun, Jenny Scott finds.

Reading time • 3 minutesCircus
The good and the ungodly
Reviews

The good and the ungodly

30 January 2020

It’s a musical battle of mythological deities, as David Zampatti finds in The Gods The Gods The Gods and an ear-bashing Ragnarokkr.

Reading time • 4 minutesFringe World Festival
Aria Scarlett Aria on high
The Festival Sessions

Aria on high

28 January 2020

Classical singer Aria Scarlett believes opera should be available to everyone. In her Fringe World show Wave Form, she takes to the streets on stilts to create new space for an old art form.

Reading time • 6 minutes
two circus performers playing trumpet and trombone Slapstick, music and fun for kids
Reviews

Slapstick, music and fun for kids

25 January 2020

Rosalind Appleby and Seesaw’s junior reviewer agree Brass Monkeys is friendly, safe, fun entertainment for the kids.

Reading time • 4 minutesFringe World Festival
Diving into the divas
The Festival Sessions

Diving into the divas

15 January 2020

UK drag queen Velma Celli is obsessed with divas and in her latest show, Me & My Divas, she celebrates the big names, from Judy Garland to Jessie J… all live, no lip-synching. Seesaw caught up with Velma’s alter ego, Ian Stroughair, to find out more.

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Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio