An omnibus edition of all the useful and absurd trivia you could ever image, from history to animal sexuality, Shakespeare to centipedes. There’s almost 800 pages of fascinating information at your fingertips.
Author Rod Lewis
The third novel in the Orphan X series continues the high-octane escapades of Evan Smoak, raised from the age of 12 to be a killing machine and now living underground aiding those needing the kind of help that’s outside the law.
Every Sunday for almost a century, John Cann’s family ran the famous snake show in a pit at La Perouse. This is the memoir of the last of those snake men.
Dr Alex Taylor wakes up on an operating table and is threatened by an unknown man. When she reawakens later, no one believes her story.
The further misadventures of Lillian McBride and her vicious family members who anticipate the worst of each other and act accordingly.
A well-researched guide to self-improvement through behavioural science and evolutionary psychology instead of mystical belief. There’s also a lot of comedy and swearing.
When the remains of an unidentified infant are discovered, three women react strongly but their connection, and the mystery of the body will only be uncovered when a determined journalist decides to dig deeper.
In 1879 Scotland, Ann Craig watches as her husband’s train crosses the Tay Bridge just as it collapses. In 2015, Fiona Craig wakes to find that her husband has emptied their bank account and disappeared. Both are driven to search for their missing husbands.
A woman bumbles through life from one misadventure to another finding solace in all the wrong ways as she tries to deal with a recent tragedy. This is the play that started the hit BBC-TV comedy series.
Meet your (pretend) friend at The Jade and share in a cup of coffee while you nut out the final details for the event of the year. It’s a unique interactive experience for one person at a time!
A guided walking tour of Adelaide’s street art, exploring legal works of art on our main streets and hidden in laneways.
As evil Prince Aven expands his control, Alex finds herself at the whim of a mystifying new mentor and attempts to get all the players in place before a war between the races breaks out.
When the lights go out, the Seance begins, providing a creepy, sensory journey into the supernatural. Without your sight, your imagination takes over.
When artist Gabriel arrives in the remote town of Ludvika to focus on his art, he becomes entangled in the lives of the locals, with all their personal politics, love affairs, friendships and hardships.
Alfie Ordinary offers a bitter twist to his highly enjoyable sequined romp through his young life at Madame LeCoq’s Preparatory School for Fabulous Boys.
Young Annie names her stuffed Kangaroo ‘Digger’ and gives him to her older brother as he leaves for war. In France, 1918, Digger & her brother are cared for by a young French girl named Colette.
Currently Australia’s most famous drag queen, Courtney Act, is one of this year’s Fringe Ambassadors, and presented a cabaret of cover songs.
A tribute show to the late Michael Jackson, featuring impersonator Joshua Dal Santo, a 9-member dance crew and a choir.
A Pakistani family who sought asylum in Australia share their story over a 3-course meal, providing an opportunity to ask the questions you’ve never had the chance to ask an asylum seeker.
The incomparable Stephen Fry narrates all 4 novels and 56 short stories of Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous detective, Sherlock Holmes, bringing the characters, action and the era to life.