Slut (R)evolution (no one gets there overnight), a follow-up to Cameryn Moore’s Phone Whore from last year’s Victoria Fringe Festival, is a fun and fascinating look at the more uninhibited side of life.
My Aim is True, a touching musical drama written by UVic’s Meghan Bell, hits the mark.
The Martlet catches up with University of Victoria Students’ Union Director of Events Lewis Rhodes to hear what’s in store for Campus Kick-off from Sept. 2-8. For more information, click here.
Fringe play by Cirque du Soleil performer shows she’s got acting chops — but what’s the story?
A dark musical comedy
Everyone’s typed their name into Google to see what pops up. Matthew Payne has taken it a step further by contacting the other Matthew Paynes and recording the conversations in his quest to contact as many as possible.
The Celtic Cross at Fairfield Hall is a worthy first outing for the brand-new Wanderweg Productions. The theatre production group is visiting from Seattle for Victoria’s Fringe Festival.
The talents of Victoria Fringe Festival answer our questions
The Martlet learns about an impending toy and hobby fair in Victoria.
A Victoria Fringe Festival show inspired by bullying