Michelle Pearson has a remarkable voice, which makes her stand out in any show: combine that with her love of cooking and you have a sell out Fringe show. 2017 saw her host her unique show at both Adelaide and Melbourne Fringes to full houses.
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Who doesn’t love a good ol’ Pirate yarn!! Especially when performed by Head First Acrobats. These three guys are absolutely brilliant at giving their audience what they want
Jack is a member of the military brigade that stayed on in France and Belgium for several years after the Armistice to recover bodies and body parts, identify them if possible, and give them honourable burial or reburial.
Alcestis is a curious play. It won its author second prize in Athens at the Dionysia Dramatic Festival back in 438 BCE. It’s a mixture of homily, poetry and groundling-pleasers.
This show is a sequel to Eleanor’s Story: An American Girl in Hitler’s Germany and continues the story of Eleanor Ramrath Garner after she returns to America after 7 years in war torn Berlin. It is written and performed with great feeling by Eleanor’s granddaughter Ingrid Garner.
Prepare yourself for one of the best quality drag shows you may ever have the pleasure of witnessing, with a little music, dance and circus-performing thrown in, alongside a whole lot of naughty humour!
This modern adaptation of the ancient Greek legend weaves dirty pubs, backstreets and karaoke into the fearful Underwood of Hades.
This mischievous trio, playing numerous parts in small sketches about various characters, guarantees an hour of laughs. A bit crazy, a bit smutty (in a good way) and a lot funny. Don’t miss this one.
Praise the Fringe gods! I’ve finally found a genuine family friendly show – that’s absolutely brilliant for the kids (they didn’t stop laughing) and bloody fantastic for the adults too.
It’s no surprise this one woman show, written and performed by Ingrid Garner, has won accolades and awards around the world. This is our review on this must see show.
The Flaming Sambucas faithfully all those ABBA hits that we love so much
Swamp Juice is a must see show for all ages. In an era where reduce, reuse, recycle has become a way of life, these extrodinary puppets demonstrate just what can be done with bits of rubbish to turn them in to something quite spectacular.
Can’t Face is a prime example of what the Fringe is all about, providing an in-expensive show that will have you not only in stitches of laughter, but gasps of amazement at the talent on display in this sixty-minute spectacular…
Hard-core Peggy Lee fans cannot complain about repertoire choice, presentation or musical style as Brigitte Baden-Rennie performs her intelligent and entertaining homage to the great jazz/pop vocal stylist.
Deaf Comedy Fam is what the Fringe is all about. A show that exposes you to new ways at looking at things and educates you in a way where you don’t realise it’s happening because you’re laughing so much.
Comedians Against Humanity is a show for those of us who love to interact with comedians and are fans of improv comedy rather than a rehearsed script.
This gig was one of the big successes of the 2017 Fringe, selling out, and taking both the band and Rob Pippan, by surprise. Pippan has taken a punt in reprising this performance and the punt has paid off.
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.