Four self-involved millennials are unpleasantly surprised with their company when their elevator comes to a standstill.
Browsing: Arts Festivals
After their wildly successful Adelaide Fringe debut last year, The After Hours Cabaret Club is back and bigger than ever!
Two years ago Zoe Muller began writing a script for Puberty Blues. The script came to life at Holden Street Theatre in October. After a successful opening, the trio have brought the play back to Adelaide audiences for the Fringe Festival.
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The one off performance of Lee Fields and The Expressions at the Adelaide Festival marked the beginning of their Australian, NZ and USA tour to promote their new album Special Night.
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As the third day of the Festival came and went, the esoteric faithful spent another…
Ben may be new to the Adelaide Fringe but he brings with him an impressive bio. He’s preformed to sell-out crowds in Singapore, Beirut, Dubai and London, just to name a few places. As well as starring in three shows on the BBC.
It was billed as a joyous celebration 75,000 years in the making, and Djuki Mala definitely lived up to that promise bringing a joyous, energy-filled, cultural phenomenon to The Factory in The Garden of Unearthly Delights.
All the way from Belgium comes a show that presents the audience with an unusual perspective on the horrific act of terrorism, allowing for a childlike interpretation of what strikes fear and horror into the minds of most adults.
This is ‘true’ improv and a little different from what we normally expect from the art form.
While not being a Magic show or Card Trick show as such, this is great fun with Extreme Card Manipulation
Murder is rarely so magical. Can you solve the mystery before the actors do?
Having its world premiere at Her Majesty’s Theatre for this year’s festival, Fla.Co.Men is an often astounding piece of work.
Roll up for an entertaining and amusing circus all the way from Ireland that provides gasp-worthy acrobatics, laugh-out-loud humour and an interesting take on the theme of circus acts and physical theatre.
With multiple sets over the long weekend that is WOMAdelaide, Jona of Glam Adelaide had…
It was blue skies and smooth sailing as we embarked on Day Two of the…