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Fringe review: Fish Tank is neither a comedy nor a drama

Be warned, this review containers spoilers. It has spoilers because I sat through Fish Tank, and I don’t think you should have to. A couple...

#FringeDuJour: Fish Tank

Tell us about Fish Tank. In Fish Tank, Emma and Tim’s marriage is in crisis and their therapist has some odd advice: hold a funeral...

Fringe review: The Other Mozart’s beauty is skin deep

The Other Mozart is one of the most visually stunning and well-acted productions I've seen at a Fringe Festival ever. I don't understand why...

Fringe review: surefire dialogue and performances ensures Lungs breathes

Lungs is an episodic, rapid-fire, hilarious, heart-wrenching and poetic look at modern relationships and questions whether bringing a child into the world today is...

Fringe review: Robotricks is not to be missed

About ten minutes into the magic robot show Robotricks, I put my notebook away and just started enjoying Charlie Caper's performance. I mean, how...

#FringeDuJour: Charlie Caper – Robotricks

Tell us about Charlie Caper – Robotricks. I believe Robotricks is the world's only robot magic show. Mainly because you have to be crazy to...

Fringe review: Mercury will leave you wanting more

Mercury is what the Fringe Festival is for. A hybrid of silent film and science fiction, you don't want to miss this show. Polished, specific,...

Fringe review: Tourist is alternately hilarious and curious

Shows about online dating seem to have permeated the Fringe Festival circuit, but for a different take don't miss Lou Campbell's one-person show Tourist. Using...

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Film review: Mulan is a soulful, live-action remake, but loses original’s fun

Disney has once again revived a classic animated film from their canon to produce a remake, but unlike last year’s Lion King, this live-action...

20 questions (pandemic edition) with Abady Alzahrani

During this time of social distancing and dark venues, Halifax Presents continues to check-in with members of our arts community to find out how...

Caravan Theatre tackles mental health and suicide with Sarah Kane’s 4:48 Psychosis

One of a handful of in-person shows at this year's Halifax Fringe Festival, Caravan Theatre tackles Sarah Kane's 4:48 Psychosis before embarking on a tour...

Shining a light on an industry that remains dark

Barring any potential power outages from the arrival of post-tropical storm Teddy, beginning one hour after sundown today, several local buildings and marquees will...

Neptune Theatre goes old school for fundraiser

Halifax's Neptune Theatre is going old school as it gets set to host a telethon to raise much-needed funds after being forced to postpone...
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