Tag Archives: Paul Strickland

“Peculiar and unusual beauty”: a unique “multi-threat talent” strikes again in Balls of Yarns. A guest 12thnight Fringe review by Alan Kellogg

Balls of Yarns (Stage 2, Backstage Theatre) Rummaging through my Fringe-necessary man-purse, I happened upon a small piece of blue yarn. I was about to huck it in my ever-bulging waste paper basket, when I stopped. It’s now safely draped over … Continue reading

Posted in Fringe 2018, Reviews | Tagged , , , ,

Fringe review: Ain’t True and Uncle False

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca Ain’t True And Uncle False (Stage 4, Academy at King Edward) Here’s a new concept in horticulture: “implied garden.” It’s Will Perjure’s creative Eden of upside-down wine bottles and painted cups, handles skyward, with the sign … Continue reading

Posted in Fringe 2017 | Tagged , , ,