Fourteen years after the original was released, the sequel to The Incredibles has finally arrived – and it’s not likely to disappoint die-hard fans.
The five accomplished dancers of Djuki Mala fuse traditional Yolngu dance with contemporary pop culture to create an hilarious, charming and high-energy mix that surpasses all expectations. ★★★★★
Charming and disarming, the bare-chested performers of Elixir combine well-executed acrobatics with slapstick, sexy antics … and zombies. ★★★★½
This year’s Cirque Africa show is all shiny and new but the acts are just as heart-stopping as last Fringe and MC Papa Africa is as funny as ever, writes reviewer Anna Solding. ★★★★½
A middle-class, judgmental snob in her mid-60s, Sandra (beautifully portrayed by Imelda Staunton), discovers that her husband has been having an affair with her best friend in the entertaining British comedy ‘Finding Your Feet’.
There’s never a dull moment in Rouge, a sexy, energetic and tongue-in-cheek Fringe ‘circus for grown-ups’, writes reviewer Anna Solding. ★★★★