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Love, loss, and stories that sneak up to grab your heart: Martin Dockery’s Delirium, A guest 12thnight Fringe review by Todd Babiak

Martin Dockery: Delirium (Stage 3, Walterdale Theatre) As Martin Dockery welcomes us into the bare theatre, his only prop a water bottle, he doesn’t bother with any artifice. He is Martin, we are who we are, hey man, hi guys, … Continue reading

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Fringe review: How I Learned To Hug

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca How I Learned To Hug (Stage 26, The Almanac) At the outset of his riotous one-man comedy/memoir How I Learned To Hug, the uniquely manic Australian performer Jon Bennett reveals the Montreal airport encounter when Security … Continue reading

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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

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