Amy Bodossian took to the stage and owned the space at Saldechin. Her performance is deeply personal, filled with emotion, rich in wit and delivered by a consummate professional.
The packed house showed that this was a popular place to be. The performers all have their own indiviual shows running during the Fringe so watch for those, too.
Richard Fry delicately blends pathos, humour, pain and joy in a bitter-sweet tale that is both moving and rewarding.
This is a sterling performance by Ross Gurney-Randell, encompassing all aspects of Mussolini’s life and personality.
Kurruru purports to be one of Australia’s leading Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth performing arts companies, and the professional level of some of the talent displayed in Min Min certainly supports that.
Martin Crimp’s version moves the action from the Court of Louis XIV to a London hotel room, where Célimène becomes Jennifer, a 22 year old Hollywood actress, notable more for her lack of clothing in her films than her acting skills
Direct from San Francisco, Harmon Leon returns to Adelaide after appearances at the Edinburgh, Montreal,…
Swank comes out swinging but Sam Rockwell steals the limelight in this true tale.
This is a highly rewarding exposition of Shakespeare’s famous character, told with great skill and plenty of good humour by a host of characters, each brought into sharp focus by Guy Masterson’s amazingly versatile acting skills.
The 2011 BigPond Adelaide Film Festival opens this Thursday night 24th February with the not…
This is theatre at its best with a masterful piece of work from Pip Utton that you all must see.
There is a vast collective wit at work in this production and these two excellent actors hold the attention of the audience tightly in their grasp as the performance unfolds
This is a stunning production and a magnificently rich and complex performance that should be high on your list of shows to see this Fringe.
You will find this fine play a fascinating and rewarding experience thanks to Paul Slack’s terrific performance. Don’t miss it.
‘MEGASLAM’ will be occurring over two nights on February 25 & 26 at the Estonian Hall in North Adelaide
Caity Fowler is a woman who knows how to multi-task being the Production Manager, writer, and performer of Australian cabaret ‘Lists of Invisible things’ by Melbourne based company SCRATCH Theatre.
In the afterglow of the Adelaide Fringe you can expect to see new artwork decorating the walls of the city.
Emma Horwood takes her love of the works of J. R. R. Tolkien to another level with a concert of songs setting the poetry found in The Lord of the Rings.