Taking Sister Act as her hymn book, and Whoopi Goldberg’s “ Word “ as her gospel , Kaitlyn Rogers is driven to share this truth of Sass with one and all.
Browsing: Adelaide Fringe
Jason Pestell: Kmart is Life – we’ve all seen the memes and if you are an avid Kmart shopper than you live by the motto that Kmart should be renamed to “Shut up and take my money”
Oprah and Ellen ain’t got nothing on these two!
RCC is back for another Fringe this year, again on the banks of the Torrens at Pinky Flat. It’s a triumphant return and there are some amazing things to see and do down at the Royal Croquet Club this year. Check out our guide to 10 Things To Do At RCC In 2018.
Adopted into a family of beautiful swans, Duckie doesn’t quite belong, and after being tossed out onto the street she has to rely on her strength and perseverance to achieve her bold ambitions of grandeur.
An hilarious show about a Scottish, pizza eating comedian who shares his experiences of travel, gigs and all things human nature.
Gameshow of Thrones- Send a Raven to the seven Kingdoms and tell them to gather at the Speakeasy for the most serious of battles to decide once and for all who will sit on the Iron Throne.
Veitch’s online adventures are comedic fables for the twenty-first century.
Director Shannan Ely has reprised her graduate show for this Fringe performance. The show sets out to examine ‘what it is to be divinely feminine, brutally violent and powerful’ by interweaving the parts of Euripides’ Greek tragedy The Bacchae with contemporary stories of modern women.
The Red Bastard is back to have you question everything you know about love. Prepare to laugh and contemplate in equal measure as the Red bastard delights the crowd as well delve into your thoughts and expectations. Lets talk about loving and lying.
Tim Motley combines wry humour with noir Hollywood and classic magic in 6 Quick Dick Tricks: A Dirk Darrow Investigation.
When the Greek Goddess of love and beauty, Aphrodite, lands in 2018 Adelaide, she’s in for a rude shock when she comes up against modern-day beauty standards and the bullying of consumerism.
Peter Allen has always had a special place in Australia’s heart. The small-town country boy who took the world by storm with his stylish brand of cabaret, Allen was a master of his game. Singer, song-writer and all-round entertainer, his gift to appeal to broad audiences are attributes most still envy.
Classic theatre meets classic comedy in this one of a kind show.
Rob Ellinger has a pleasing manner and has no trouble establishing rapport with his audience, which is good as he relies on their involvement in most of his tricks.
Adelaide’s hottest gin-infused bar has graced itself in our presence this year at the Adelaide Fringe. Think tropical oasis… think Hendrick’s… think alcohol. Yes please!
When you call your drag show “iconic”, not only do you create high expectations in your audience; you also throw down a gauntlet. There’s an implicit challenge. Drag as a genre has a long, proud history;
This hilarious cabaret show from Amity Dry had a sell-out season in the 2017 Adelaide Fringe and has been lauded by audiences and critics as the perfect Girls Night Out.
This is what true Fringe shows should be – different, highly imaginative, innovative, punchy, pacy and funny.