There are a number of gags that challenge the stereotypes around young black women, and Little is largely a film of female empowerment, supported by an all-black female lead cast. The fact that, at 13, Martin herself is the driving force behind the film is pretty exceptional to say the least.
Kathy Lette’s Big Night Out is polished to perfection, which at times, takes away from the rawness of stories that she tells. That being said, there is no doubt, that Lette is an iconic Aussie with a powerful message of female empowerment in a Trumpified, #MeToo world.
Circus’Cison comprises of a collection of some of the finest circus acts, and physical theatre performances from the Fringe. There’s something for everyone (except for the kids, of course – this is strictly adults-only fare)!
If you’re looking for a sexy show to finish off your night at the Fringe, then Railed is not to be missed. The guys from Head First Acrobats are an incredibly talented foursome and they certainly know how to put on a great show!
Girl Power Collective is definitely a fun show, and would certainly appeal to young, old and everything in between.
Domestic Disaster is the latest stand-up show from the award-winning Scottish comedian, Susie McCabe.
Confetti (Pretty but a bit of a mess) delivered a message of self-love, showered in all things that sparkle!
There can no doubt that all in attendance had an absolute blast, and with Honky Tonk Heaven only back for one more night of the Fringe, Saturday 2nd March, what are y’all waiting for?
Amity Dry’s Fortified is an ode to the performer’s recent struggles after her marriage breakdown, particularly as she navigates the tricky world of co-parenting, online dating and the reformation of identity within singledom.
There can be no doubt, Tash York is a powerhouse. Her 2018 Fringe show, Adulting, was fabulous and she has continued to deliver the goods in 2019 with Badass.