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.
Browsing: Adelaide Fringe
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.
The Adelaide Theatre Academy brings Audrey II, that most famous of Man-eating plants back to life in their version of ‘Little Shop Of Horrors’
After a sold out debut and a host of awards at last year’s Adelaide Fringe and other festivals since, Gingzilla: Glamonster vs the World is back for another season at Gluttony and we couldn’t be more excited to see our favourite Glamonster take the stage again.
30 metres of rope and 7 acrobats. By a Thread is an amazing idea which showed off wicked tunes and a talented cast!
The Gizmo by Verity Laughton adapted from Paul Jennings’ book, is a fun theatre show for the family with a cast of three.
This year the American comedy troupe, Sound & Fury, consisting of Richard, Patrick and ‘newbie’ Clayton thumb their noses at the great Romance classic, Cyrano de Bergerac with their version, Cyranose!
Night-time. A country lane. Two men training run into their past and into their future. A simple exploration of what it means to be alive. Two mates are preparing to run the New York marathon, and on the surface level, this play is a snapshot of a routine training session. Soon, however, familiar landmarks go unobserved, and a metaphysical fog blankets the characters. All is not what it seems.
Marty McBubble is a bubble-ologist. He knows all about the chemical construction of bubbles and in The Scientific Bubble Show, he presents the basic science in a way that is perfect for young children.
Young Australian comedian, Sam Kissajukian, spills the beers on the vices and virtues of his infatuation with alcohol and the messes it can create (other than that of bodily fluids).