This show is a must for anyone who loves Disney.
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If you want to hear Disney songs from a grown up mindset, where you realise that life isn’t a fairytale, this is the show for you.
As a self-described “footy loving boy from the suburbs” Mr Helliar packs a hell of a lot more into a show than anyone has a right to deserve.
Watching Sepia feels like stumbling scross a pleasant surprise.
This would have to be the finest playing of the music of Bach, and the other Baroque composers in the second concert, that I can ever remember hearing.
Check out these great photos from the Adelaide Fringe show by The Space Cowboy.
New a capella ensemble The Con Artists are set to perform at this years Adelaide Fringe Festival. Their new production: Stealing the Show tells the story of a struggling group of grifters and their ambitious plan to steal a fringe show right out from under the performer’s noses.
Ifft is one of those American comedians who seems to spend almost as much time in Australia as he does in his home country.
Fringe goers, dance enthusiasts, friends and creative folk, you’re cordially invited to ‘Transmission’ – a cultural exchange platform with a focus on community dance.
Festival Fishbowl, Rhino Room – 1/13 Frome Street Adelaide or online at www.festivalfishbowl.com.au 12pm –…
Masterson adds a a vast amount of brilliantly executed physical comedy to the already extremely side-achingly funny script.
This is a rich and varied evening of physical theatre encompassing a number of performance genres including acrobatics, magic, and dance.
This is a lovely night out for anyone, as the range in music styles and the arrangements are sure to appeal, and the premise that everyone has a secret is universal.
In a gold and black lacy party dress, Joanne O’Callaghan sets the mood for the night with Cole Porter’s Anything Goes, and it pretty much does.
This is a rare chance to see this once controversial, powerful, landmark play, and when better than in the 100th year since White’s birth and just past the half century since the play was first produced.
Gardenia is an astounding piece, moving, absorbing and passionate. Throughout, the performances are sincere, filled with emotion and enlightening.
As the saying goes, “stalking is just another way of saying I love you”. This show is for anyone who has had a crush, and those who want to learn other methods of stalking.
For anyone who likes the songs from the Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers movies, wants to know more about their history, or simply loves the jazz influenced music of the 1930’s, this is the show to see.
Based around the story of Cole Porter and his relationship with his wife, Linda Lee, this is an evening filled with his music.