Lola’s Underground Casino

On Tuesday night I was invited to check out the press night of Lola’s Underground Casino at the Hippodrome. The downstairs bar has been newly outfitted with a large, curved screen behind a raised stage and the Lola team are promising “extraordinary performances more easily seen than believed” as well as a “groundbreaking new theatrical…

Tap Dogs

Last night I was invited to attend the opening night of Dein Perry’s Tap Dogs. Not sure what to expect, but intrigued by the glowing reviews, we headed to the Peacock Theatre to check out this fascinating sounding show. From the first tap, it was obvious that this would be quite unique, and very entertaining!…

An Evening Of Meat

Another trip to The Vaults, this time for the curious sounding An Evening Of Meat, a dance and dinner performance labelled as fiercly femine. A six course dinner accompanied by a dance troupe, to tantalize all your senses. I was lucky enough to go twice, once for the meat feast, and a second time to…

Prince Of Fire

Forest Tribe Dance Theatre‘s Prince Of Fire sounded very interesting, so I ventured out to Tara Theatre to check it out. Aimed at young children over 5 years of age, I was interested in seeing what this dance performance had to offer. Prince of Fire is based on the story of Diwali, in which Ravana,…

DeadClub

I wasn’t sure what to expect from DeadClub, billed as an immersive dance horror performance, but I’m always up for an adventure, so I grabbed BambiBlueWho and off we went. When the doors opened, we were presented with a large, raised stage, at about chest level, with numbered standing places all around it. The stage…

Briefs – Close Encounters

After having seen the Briefs troup a few times before, so obviously I had to attend their new show at the Underbelly festival, Close Encounters. The Australia-based assembly of all-male burlesque performers always delivers a colourful, eccentric performance, and this one was no disappointment either! The overarching theme for this show was, as the title…