Review: Peninsula Ferry Tails

This is a delightful play for children yet it also has plenty in there for the adults to enjoy as we all go on a crazy journey with Frank Stone (note the pun) to find the Peninsula tails (or tales). High participation was encouraged from the start as the performer engaged the children in silly […]

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Review: Cirque Du Bloke – Weekend Getaway

This is an awe-inspiring show that puts a smile on your face from start to finish with amazing physical feats and delightful characters. Bayside Rock was a fantastic space for “Cirque Du Bloke – Weekend Getaway” as the sheer height of the climbing walls and colored holds already had us transfixed. Yet the backdrop was nothing […]

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Review: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Frankston, don’t miss out on this superb piece of Shakespearian theatre! From Page to Stage’s production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” is a pure delight. The actors are all well-trained in their craft and have the total ability to bring Shakespeare’s language to life in an engaging and entertaining way. The sunny afternoon at Ballam […]

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Review – Midsummer Night’s Dream

What a wonderful piece of theatre. I must confess this is one of my favourite Shakespearian plays and it is always so entrancing to watch the unbelievable unfolding of events, hapless quests of love and mischievous games from the fairies. We are so lucky that a theatre company has brought this classic to Frankston and […]

Review – Open for Inspection

The premise of Open for Inspection has a lot of potential. Introducing the audience into the space as potential new housemates makes for a lot of opportunity, however this has not been explored very fully through either the text or the performances. When one is shown through a house, there is usually a tour, so […]


Review: Open For Inspection

The concept for this piece of theatre was creative and engaging. The premise was we, the audience, were treated as potential housemates and were attending the open for inspection. We all had to wait in an area together and then we were taken through the property, so to speak. The Chisholm Atrium was transformed into […]

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This performance of Suburbia is so etched in my mind that it will remain one of the most intriguing events I have ever been to. As a drama that forces the audience to be outside their comfort zone it succeeds. Not knowing what is going to happen next is the ultimate challenge in all theatre productions. […]

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REVIEW – It Sounds Silly

It Sounds Silly is collaborative work between young local performers and the highly regarded dance company Chunky Move. It was such a delight to have them performing in the Wells Street Mall this evening and the locals knew it, with a crowd packed around all sides and some punters watching through the glass doors at […]