Juno performed with graceful ease songs both new and old, featuring their trademark melancholic lyrics and bittersweet harmonies.
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Described as a one man romantic comedy and circus, ‘The Birdmann in Momentous Timing’ is an entertaining, and a little bizarre, with something for everyone.
David Gauci is an engaging performer, one who has little trouble holding an audience’s attention.
Presented by Baileys and Sugar Reviewed 10 March 2016 A bright fun show with some…
Into The Woods JR is an adaptation of one of Stephen Sondheim’s most popular works designed especially for young performers.
For two hours, the master of the absurd, Ross Noble, takes us on an eccentric and erratic trip of his mind in his new show, Brain Dump.
The myth of Lucifer, the fallen Archangel, has been around for ages. Often he is depicted as boastful and unlikeable. Philippe Klaus gives us a different take.
Peter Combe,, the beloved children’s performer who predates The Wiggles and High-5 fashioned a show especially for his now grown-up fans.
One of the hottest and most prolific names in the business, Danny Bhoy is a natural at his craft at the peak of his game.
This vehicle has allowed some wonderful writers and musicians to showcase their work. And judging by last night, Australian, original music, is in very good hands.
As adults, we tend to forget that it can be a troubling time for adolescents – in particular newly coming-of-age thirteen year olds.
Ruth Wilkin’s one woman cabaret ‘Tribute’ is a clever, funny parody of Tribute shows.
Through witty rhyme, this 45-minute monologue follows a pretentious but isolated nerd who tires of the way everyone celebrates beauty over intelligence.
Wil Anderson expertly confronts politics, humanity and the Bogan life with his dripping and affecting satire at this year’s Fringe Festival.
‘Unplotted Potter’ promises to deliver a unique performance every night.
Jeff Buckley remains one of the enigmas of music, because of the mystical and soulful nature of his writing and performance.
This is the story of Matt, played by the writer Shane Adanczak, and his dream girl; not your usual love story.
Zach Zucker and Tom Walker are Zach & Tom – and they are best friends; best mates; besties; BFFs.
Kate Miller-Heidke returned to Adelaide for a one night only performance in the Spiegeltent at the Garden of Unearthly Delights.