Fringe World 2019: Comma Sutra review

If you’re a self-confessed grammar nerd, bookworm or language lover, your little heart will (figuratively) explode with joy at Louisa Fitzhardinge’s Comma Sutra – a joyful repertoire of clever, pun-filled and linguistically lush songs and stories.

Comma Sutra is a fantastic and punchy cabaret that I’ve been trying to see for the last few years, so it’s fair to say I had incredibly high expectations. But there’s no need to whip out the red pen or write a letter complaining about the terrible use of apostrophes here – it was every bit as funny, relatable and heartfelt as I’d hoped.

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Fringe World 2019: Suns of Fred – The Greatest Showmen & Another Guy review

Winning over the hearts of Perth one hip thrust at a time, Suns of Fred are a super slick, high-energy, rollercoaster of comedic cabaret.

The home-grown trio have performed to sold out shows across Australia and internationally, and it’s easy to see why – with great chemistry, smooth moves and impressive harmonies, they’ve got the goods to get you laughing.

Musical comedy is a not-so-secret Fringe World love of mine, it just can’t be beaten for an easy-going good time, and with loads of talents and tight quips, Suns of Fred: The Greatest Showmen & Another Guy is playful, cheeky, and hits the spot.

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