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16 May 2018

Fest Reviews 2018

Fest Reviews 2018

Wondering who to catch in our last week of Festival? Give our reviews below a peruse to see what takes your fancy, we'll add more as they come in:

Auckland

Alice Snedden: Self Title Volume II - read the review here

Arj Barker: Organic - read the review here

Donna Brookbanks: You Do You Babes - read the review here

El Jaguar: Telenovela - read the review here

Guy Williams: I Wanna Hear What I Have To Say - read the review here

Laura Daniel X Joseph Moore: Two Hearts - read the review here and here

Mel Bracewell: Melodrama - read the review here

Umbilical Brothers: Not Suitable For Children - read the review here

Wellington

Andrew Maxwell: Showtime - read the review here

Eli Matthewson: An Inconvenient Poof - read the review here

Hangry Americans: Extra Spicy - read the review here

The Big Show - read the review here

Uther Dean: My Fat/Sad - read the review here

Wilson Dixon: What A Country! - read the review here

 

Check out some reviews of the other shows that have been and gone this Festival:

Chris Parker: Camp Binch - read the review here

David O'Doherty: You Have To Laugh - read the review here

Hayley Sproull: Just a Phase - read the review here

Juan Vesuvius: I Am Your Deejay - read the review here

Leon Wadham: Giddy - read the review here

Marcel Lucont: A Chat Show - read the reviews here and here

Phil Wang - read the review here

Rhys Nicholson: Seminal - read the review here

Tessa Waters: How To Be A Rockstar - read the review here

Tim Batt: My Outrage is Better Than Your Outrage - read the review here

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