For a stand up comedian Sam Wills has nothing to say. The tape over his mouth ensures he doesn’t utter a word during his one hour variety show that has his audience screaming with laughter.
The French title of this one-man comedy pokes fun at the upper crust clientele that frequent the bar where the central character works.
If a Fringe Festival is about trying something new, then Zen Zen Zo’s apocalyptic presentation is one to admire.
A performance captured LIVE in HD from the UK’s National Theatre broadcast to 330 cinemas worldwide exclusively in Adelaide at Palace Nova Eastend Cinemas
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.
Carnival comes to Adelaide in a celebration of music, dance, and life itself.
American hip-hop superstar Lupe Fiasco has confirmed he will be taking his high energy live show to stages across Australia with dates scheduled in February 2010 in Sydney, Perth, Adelaide and a very special show at the Royal Melbourne Zoo as part of Sound Safari.
Since its humble beginnings, The Burlesque Ball has grown into a huge Burlesque spectacular, always showcasing Australia’s leading acts and now internationally renowned as the biggest and most sophisticated event on the Australian Burlesque calendar.
With nominations up by almost 100 this year, the shortlists for the 2010 Adelaide Festival Awards for Literature are now hot off the press.
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.
This exhibition can be viewed at six different locations starting this month, each location showing one of the six works produced by each of the artists.
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.
A quick overview of current art exhibitions compiled by GLAM Adelaide Arts Editor Barry Lenny.
For the first time in Australia, the world’s greatest Capoeira experts will appear in a spectacular live stage show.