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Love Like 90s RnB


The best decade ever? The 1990s, obviously.

Larissa Moran’s Love Like 90s RnB is the perfect show for hip-hop loving Fringe Goers who grew up during the 1990s.

Held in the intimate surrounds of The Palace Society at Globe Palace, Moran places the audience inside a time machine and returns them to the totally bangin’ year that was 1990.

From there, the audience is taken on a nostalgic journey through the 90s. The audience will hear a shortened version of Moran’s life story, and get an insight into the role that 90s RnB music played in Moran’s life during that time.

Moran’s schoolyard stories of awkward, embarrassing moments and first love resonate with everyone in the room, and remind the audience of the days that were the 90s – the iconic fashion, phat beats and all.

While the show seems to feature more storytelling than beats, Moran still brings a whole lot of energy and fun to the stage.

There’s lots to love about Moran’s comical performance – there’s laughter, games, prizes, and even a guest appearance by a ukulele named Luke and a seriously cool trumpet.

Oh, and for a self proclaimed non-singer, Moran’s voice is just sensational!

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Review by Gemma Scheibling on 23 Feb 2018

Gemma loves sunshine and road trips. When she’s not six episodes deep into a Netflix binge, she can be found sipping on champagne or hanging out with her dog, who is one helluva good boy. Passionate about writing and all things Fringe, Gemma's role as a Fringe reviewer is a natural fit.