The Monday feels are real. Struggling at work? Nothing like art to hold up a mirror to help you see things clearly.
Made by hospitality workers for hospitality workers, That’s so Hospo brings you relatable content for less than a latte in Melbourne (it’s a free show). Sick of answering other people’s phone calls? Head to The Butterfly Club and join Bridget on her journey to find another gluten-dairy-nut free cake for the big merger deal in Temporary, a cabaret about life as a receptionist. Would you dress as a pudding to make some dough? Isabelle would. Hear about jobs worse than yours in Isabella Valette: How Far I’ll Go. Watch a never-ending shift at a cinema in Waiting for Combo. Free popcorn included.
- “Smart, funny and wise, Hard To Reach Places matches sublime physical skills with humour and emotional intelligence” – Cameron Woodhead, The Age
- Annie Louey: Don’t Look at Me (Look at Me) – “A warm hour that really hits its straps at the halfway mark.” – Emma Koehn, The Brisbane Times
- Happy Go Wrong – [Andi Snelling’s] “incredible physicality makes every movement throughout the piece a delight to watch.” Hayden Bourke, Australian Stage
Visual Arts and Film
See some great new visual art and film this Fringe. Escape adult responsibility in Fort 26: A Nest Knit for a Queen at Fringe Hub: Trades Hall. Experience the immersive installation Heart for Solo shining a light on songs, faces and natural beauty of the Solomon Islands. Or, take a seat amidst the hustle and bustle of Fed Square to enjoy the projection of SKIN, a large-scale photographic artwork featuring tattooed neuro-diverse LGBTQIA+ individuals.