Lost in the bush, some children discover an abandoned orphanage and, supernaturally caught there, they learn of Australia’s past through the spirits of previous child occupants.
Browsing: Fringe Reviews
Hannaford is a highly skilled, jobbing guitarist/song-writer who showcased his ability to self-record a loop & play over it, along with his laid-back, unfazed style.
The hosts of “Thinkergirl: The Podcast LIVE”, promoted as the ultimate girls night out, explores ideas that apparently everyone thinks but doesn’t talk about.
Glenelg’s own outdoor cinema by the beach continues until 12 April with a different film each night – food, drinks, beanbags and more! We reviewed the experience!
Katie Noonan lit up the Adelaide Fringe for one night only, focussing primarily on her new music that will feature as part of her soon-to-be-released EP.
Local artist and songbird Laura Hill returned to Adelaide for one night only to present old songs and new set against a backdrop of beachside & ocean photography.
O’Loughlin tells stories of her life, laughs at herself & makes us see things in a new light. Her stories are great but her messages are so much more.
Picture an adult adolescent, hyped up on sugar & red cordial, with wits faster than a speeding bullet and a love of mashing up strange concepts.
How Came That Blood is chilling, unsettling and maybe even a little frightening with a cast of incredibly talented young musicians and actors.
Adelaide comedian Steve Weyland gives three shows for the price and he bears an uncanny resemblance to film star/stud George Clooney.
Say g’day to Beau, your average flannelette-wearin’, bearded, fart-joke-lovin’ dairy farmer. Also say hello to Selina Jenkins, the very talented woman behind the beard.
Cabaret diva Amy Bodassian gave an impassioned performance, exploring the “op-shop of our minds” with a wry, physical comedy style, evident from the outset.
When comedian Mark Trenwith was 8yo his hero was Mickey Mouse. Things have not changed much since then as his youthful obsession comes to the fore.
After meeting Jimeoin for a quiet coffee and a chat yesterday morning, and seeing the ‘real world’ side of the man, I was excited to see his contrasting on stage persona burst on to the stage at the Royalty Theatre.
Award-winning stand up comedian Hannah Gadsby tells stories about stories of depression, ADHD, family, kids and crab apples at the Nova cinema.
The story of sixties band The Mamas and The Papas who became one of the hottest bands of the era with enduring hits that are still much-loved today.
WOMANz takes the audience on an hysterically funny journey of self-discovery where she aims to reconnect the audience with the majesty & magic of their bodies.
Simon Coronel breaks theatrical spectacle down into its smallest, simplest parts and messes with our perceptions of how illusions work.
The art of good improv requires quick fire responses, clever responses and witty repartee, and this improv team from Melbourne attempt to do just that.