We're pleased as punch - pleasder even - to be back in Melbourne this year for Fringe with two of our favourite shows. Last year's Melbourne Break Up was one of our best-attended and maybe weirdest ever. This year, we'll be performing our 5-hour improv in a intimate space right in the Fringe Hub, and as usual you'll be able to come and go as you like. In the weeks before we go over, we'll be getting back into the game of the show, remembering how to listen hard and share two characters between five people. This is the show we got the Total Theatre Award nomination for in Edinburgh, and we always look forward to doing it, in a low-key dread-ish way.
Our other, verrry different show is Ancient Shrines and Half Truths, an app-based audio adventure exploring the absurd and competitive side of being tourist. Over the last month we've been rewriting and re-recording material for the app that is the heart of the show, to tailor it to our venue - the riverside streets and parks of Werribee. We already kind of feel at home there, even though most of us have never visited.
Here's a recent tweet we like, about the show's debut in Edinburgh (thanks, Blunderuss, we're stoked you remember us):
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