Time Out says
Listen to the iconic movie soundtrack and cry like it's 1996 and you're watching Romeo + Juliet for the first time
Melbourne singer-songwriter Tom Dickins will be joined by a star-studded line-up of Fringe Festival artists and performers for a 90s masquerade ball party soundtracked by the tear-jerking tracks from Baz Luhrmann's 1996 Romeo + Juliet.
Sure, it's been two decades since the film came out (oh god, has it really been that long?) but we're betting you'll be sobbing when Des'ree's 'I'm Kissing You' or The Cardigans' 'Lovefool' comes on. Tickets are going fast, but luckily the champs at Fringe have opened up the balcony space at the Lithuanian Club so you too can have your Juliet balcony moment.
See you there Leo Romeo.