Presented by Michelle Pearson Reviewed 16 March 2017 Comfort Food Cabaret is a unique blend…
Browsing: Adelaide Fringe
One of the lynch-pins of Australian and New Zealand blues-rock, Kevin Borich still puts the same energy into a show as he did 40 years ago.
As the Fringe blurb says ‘Leo Sayer needs no introduction’. Everyone would know at least one of his songs from his extensive back catalogue.
You only have two more nights to get a unique, powerful and well-written insight into the world of chillouts.
King TV defies classification. It has aspects of dance, theatre and music, and it’s listed in the Fringe Guide as a cross-artform piece of Circus and Physical Theatre.
For their final show in the Magic Mirror Spiegeltent, Vika and Linda gave their audience everything they expected and way more.
Yianni Agisilaou in The Un-Pinchable Pink Pen takes you on a journey of the sexes and explores the fundamental values we place on gender
For the first production from Verendus Theatrical the show was a winner. Mostly it lived up to its billing of ‘Over two hours of Fun’ (program cover).
The UK’s most fastidiously dressed, energetic and riotous comedian is returning to Adelaide in 2017 after skipping a year and leaving keen fans anxious for his return.
This team consists of four performers who, together with their off-stage assistants, serve up a magical comedy show, remarkable for its intelligence, theatricality and comedy.
Award-winning comedian Akmal Saleh is bringing his new show Transparent to the Adelaide Fringe.
Back in Adelaide for a lengthy Fringe gig, comedic icon Jimeoin took some time out to chat to Glam over a coffee in Rundle Street.
Fresh from a successful run in Melbourne, Shakespeare in Therapy is a new work that explores many of Shakespeare’s famous characters as they seek therapy in the afterlife.
When Becky Lou was a schoolgirl, she’d sit with her classmates on the school oval and form a story circle.
Hans (Matt Gilbertson), Bob Downe (Mark Trevorrow), and Willsy (Anne Wills) have come together to present a camp cabaret comedy in their show Triple Treat.
Monroe & Associates is an awesome, role playing, interactive piece of theatre
The Package uses mask, puppetry, physical theatre and music to represent an elderly woman who reminisces on the complexities of her life through sex, love and childbirth.
Presented by Such Cliché Reviewed 14 March 2017 To be fair to the performers, I…
Getting around between Fringe shows can be challenging at the best of times. Navigating the…