This is a multi-award winning production that goes beyond theatrical norms and gives the feeling of having dropped in on an old friend, so intensely honest, open and revealing are the highly personal memories that Lynn Manning shares.
Browsing: Adelaide Fringe
Using the songs of the Belgian singer songwriter, Jacques Brel, including Amsterdam and Madeleine, of course, as well as Carousel and many others, the cast of four weave a complex and haunting tales in this surreal fantasy, directed with a keen eye for the absurd by Felicity Nicol.
Pulsing with ephemeral beats of life and sensation, everyone’s invited to our heart of hearts: the 2010 Artists’ Bar, an all night party with the stars, under the stars.
There is something very appropriate about the fact that actor, Leof Kingsford-Smith, grand-nephew of the pioneer aviator Sir Charles Kingsford-Smith, is playing the role of another pioneer aviator, Bill Lancaster.
ARCADE LANE, Adelaide’s newest outdoor, laneway venue opened last week with a flurry of tap dancing; graffiti art; nude body-painting and grand burlesque.
The 50th anniversary of the Adelaide Fringe street parade was themed ‘Space Jam’ this year and kicked off in spectacular and colourful style from 7PM on Friday February 19th.
The Fringe has been an integral part of Adelaide culture since 1960 with the festival bringing international talent to our humble abode as well as being a launching pad for many local and national acts. What better way to celebrate the Fringe’s 40 year history than celebrating local talent in a production set right here in good ol’ Adelaide.
Performer Nick Parnell explodes the stage with melodic percussive interpretations of classic works; Bach to Brazil is an exotic display of rhythm and colour; an unforgettable musical journey.
Melbourne based acoustic virtuoso Tim McMillan together with his band of renegade everymen Brad Lewis (Bass) and Matt Crute (Drums) are set to introduce their very own musical genre to the 2010 Adelaide Fringe.
Walking down Rundle Street at last years Fringe Festival opening was like walking through a microcosm of Australian society.
Clarke shows us how to see something new in the everyday this Adelaide Fringe.
This year’s Adelaide Fringe is just over a week away and to kick start the next month of exciting performances in the City, the Town Hall will host the event’s 50th anniversary tonight.
StoNeRoSe Productions presents their Debut project “LIVE FISH” in the 2010 Adelaide FRINGE Festival
Pickled is a physical theatre work that explores the concept of self preservation. Pickled presents one performer trying to survive (with dignity) the accident which is waiting to happen, which in this case is many.
In September 2008, four Adelaide artists travelled to Jingdezhen in China as part of an international residency supported by the Helpmann Academy for the Visual & Performing Arts. Inspired by their travels and experiences – being immersed in a world of porcelain traditions – the four artists have responded by creating ceramic, mixed media and jewellery works that will be on show during the Adelaide Fringe Festival.
Go-Go busts out on to the stage at Regent One Theatre full of comedy, song, dance and drama as part of the 2010 Adelaide Fringe.
This work, entitled Based On A True Story will be playing at The Ed Castle; and best coined as indie-rock-music-theatre, it has been created in an exceptional way.
During the Adelaide Fringe, Lustre Gallery will be exhibiting exciting works by local artists; craftsman David Innocente, jeweller Julie Frahm, and printmaker Shelley Richards.
This is a compilation of 14 tracks featuring many of the artists who will be appearing at WOMADelaide this year. Make sure you get your copy.