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Performance28.04.23

Fringe Review: Whole New Woman

A showcase of poetry, music and theatre, Freya Daly Sadgrove’s performance dazzles and seduces audiences at BATS. It's unapologetic, aggro and raw as hell. Our critic Janhavi Gosavi finds herself marble-turned-putty in her hands.

Performance22.05.23

Fringe Review: The Culture

Two friends enter morally grey territory in a show about an ‘unlikely victim’ of domestic violence. Janhavi Gosavi reviews The Culture at the New Zealand Fringe Festival.

Performance23.03.23

To All the Friends I’ve Lost Before

20-something girlies sitting on a couch, chatting about love, friendship and honesty. Janhavi Gosavi reviews To All the Friends I’ve Lost Before at New Zealand Fringe Festival.

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