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Lenny Ann Low

Audrey contributor, Writer

Lenny Ann Low is a writer and performer.

She is a former arts and entertainment journalist and columnist at The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, a Sydney Writers’ Festival moderator, a radio broadcaster and a performer with physical theatre group Frumpus.

She loves comedy and all kinds of theatre. She is a big fan of live comedy shows in small rooms, and big theatre in large spaces without seats.

Her favourite shows ever are Spike Milligan live at the Capitol Theatre in the 1980s, Back to Back Theatre’s Small Metal Objects at Sydney Festival 2007 and British comic Tim Key reading poems. Also, her father once interviewed Peter Cook and Dudley Moore on a train in New Zealand.

Her other favourite show was the one where a lady in the audience fainted at Belvoir Theatre and Cate Blanchett cradled her head until the paramedics came and the play stopped.

Limbo
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ArchivedSpiegeltent, Arts Precinct, Wollongong 12 Apr - 6 May 2018

Limbo

Whatever your orientation, you'll find yourself falling for the boys and the girls in Limbo, says Scott Maidment of his exotic circus-cabaret.

Playwrights in Focus: Jub Clerc
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ArchivedEternity Playhouse, Darlinghurst, Sydney 21 - 24 Mar 2018

Playwrights in Focus: Jub Clerc

Entranced by the arts as a teenager in the Kimberley, Jub Clerc discovered Shakespeare, Chaucer and her own unique voice.

Fleabag
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ArchivedCarriageworks, Eveleigh 22 - 27 Jan 2018

Fleabag

Audrey review: Maddie Rice is pitch perfect as a young woman trying to wisecrack her troubles away.

10 Things To Blow Your Mind at Carriageworks in 2018
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ArchivedCarriageworks, Eveleigh 1 Jan - 31 Dec 2018

10 Things To Blow Your Mind at Carriageworks in 2018

Colossal works by artists Ryoji Ikeda, Katharina Grosse and Nick Cave are poised to re-wire your worldview.

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