Nom nom nom… Award Nominees are in!

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THE NOMS ARE IN!

Rumour has it, some of these talented Fringe artists will take home a trophy on Sunday night. We know FOMO sucks, so if you don’t wanna miss your chance to catch these soon-to-be-award-winning shows, you better get moving – there are only two days left in the Festival! 

Best Work in Festival Nominations

Best Work by an Emerging Artist Nominations

Spirit of the Fringe Nominations

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What are the reviewers saying?

The Course for Understanding Life’s Turmoils and Learning to Intuit Future Events

“Eddie Pattison is a marvelous instructor, guiding the work with cheeky vigour, they keep the flow and pace rolling with the intense energy of an 80s used car salesman.” – Australian Arts Review.

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Patrick Collins – The New Nine

“A fast paced and hilarious love letter to crushed ambition, finding purpose in the nothing and having the will to get up and do something… anything, to get through the day.” – Australian Pride Network

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HOLIDAY

“Holiday is a fun piece of theatre. Cortese is renowned for his minimalist approach and non-representational style. He writes with the purpose to reveal things outside of the normal while exposing the nuances of day-to-day life.”- Stage Whispers.

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RECKONING “Te Waiata Paihere Wairua -The Sounds of Woven Souls”

“My praise for this performance exceeds the words that I can truly use to do it justice. It is raw and emotional and so powerful in many ways…” – Theatre Travels.

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Multiply – The Film

“The doco gives fly-on-the-wall insight into the creative process (offering a genuine morale boost to artists) as well as capturing the work itself through spectacular drone footage.” – The Age.

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Don’t know what to see?

Then let the reviewers guide you. Browse the reviews on our website, book your tickets and make up your own mind about these talked-about shows.

Two days left, so get to it!

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