Previously reviewed Melbourne Fringe shows

Melbourne Fringe Festival is Whizzing towards us at great speed. It starts on Wednesday 16th of September and we are looking forward to seeing lots of interesting and funny things.

We are also really looking forward to bringing lots of reviews for you.

Meanwhile there are some shows at this year’s Fringe that we’ve already reviewed and so to whet your whistle here are some shows we recommend. They were all pretty popular with us and you can read our reviews from the links below . Remember that the performers would (and should) have updated, strengthened and developed their performances since their first outing, which is, of course, what makes live Performance so wonderfulAlice-Fraser

 

Alice Fraser : Savage

“she is a household name in the making”

Squirrel Review:  http://www.squirrelcomedy.com/?p=8424

 

Anne Edmonds – You Know What I’m Like Melbourne Fringe Info
Anne Edmonds You Know What I'm Like!

“Honest and Hilarious Anne Edmonds brings big laughs from the moment she steps out on stage”

Squirrel Review: http://www.squirrelcomedy.com/?p=8446

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Barry Morgan’s World of Organs

“This is a wonderful show that is suitable for the entire family”Barry Morgan

I hear Barry is bringing his organ into the 21st C with a laptop this year!

Squirrel Review:  http://www.squirrelcomedy.com/?p=1628

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Geraldine Quinn – MDMA: Modern Day Maiden Aunt

“Quinn is both powerful and vulnerable, scathing and sweet”Geraldine Quinn 2014

Squirrel Review:  http://www.squirrelcomedy.com/?p=6602

Melbourne Fringe Info

 

 

Jonestown – Guinea Pigs

“the performers are a joy to spend an hour with”

http://www.squirrelcomedy.com/?p=8493 guinea pigs

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Laura Davis – Ghost Machine

“It’s the funniest existential crisis you’ve ever had the pleasure of watching”

http://www.squirrelcomedy.com/?p=8543

Melbourne Fringe Info Laura Davis