Jimmy Dalton’s inane script is as out of focus as most holiday snaps, but that’s not to say this relatively quirky travelogue doesn’t have its moments.
Author Rod Lewis
In an obvious tribute to Jeff Wayne’s timeless musical adaptation of War of the Worlds, Project 2 have attempted to recreate the passion of HG Well’s immortal story The Time Machine.
For lovers of Afrobeat, there’s no going past local African artist Professor Dada Nii and his wonderful band, fusing West African drumming and songs with jazz.
Die Roten Punkte (The Red Dots) are a late night Fringe comedy staple, having returned to Adelaide for a number of consecutive years now. This ‘best of’ show is a must for seasoned fans and new fans alike.
If you chant “I’m A African” (sic) you’d be correct, according to Canadian rapper and actor Baba Brinkman in his rhythmic breakdown of Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution.
It is difficult not to sing along to the ultimate retro party playlist that makes up the Kaos Kabaret.
Jason Chong seems to be turning into more than just a stand up comedian. As one of Adelaide’s great funny men, his engaging nature and ability to connect with the audience appears to be spurning him on to experiment more and more with multimedia.
The Big Gay Circus is in town but the ladies seem to be enjoying it as much as some of the boys.
It’s easy to see why Sticks, Stones, Broken Bones was nominated for Best Puppetry Show at last year’s Adelaide Fringe.
For a stand up comedian Sam Wills has nothing to say. The tape over his mouth ensures he doesn’t utter a word during his one hour variety show that has his audience screaming with laughter.
The French title of this one-man comedy pokes fun at the upper crust clientele that frequent the bar where the central character works.
If a Fringe Festival is about trying something new, then Zen Zen Zo’s apocalyptic presentation is one to admire.