For those of you who only think of The Block when you hear the name Amity Dry, you are sadly missing out; for there is so much more to this sparkling little pocket rocket of talent.
Browsing: Adelaide Fringe
You’ll be pleasantly surprised by this world-class beatboxer and singer-songwriter.
Butt Kapinski is not just a show; nor is it just the name of the main character; it could very well be the name of a new type of theatre/comedy style.
At the end of 2015, comedian Marcel Blanch-De Wilt got married and it was all fairly normal. But, his Best Man made a rather unusual speech.
If you’re looking for a circus show that’s more thought-provoking than full of outright astonishing feats, Fauna should be your go to.
This is a show for everyone, and honestly, everyone should see it: your grandma, your daughter or your priest, everyone’s sure to love it.
From dancing and singing a jig before a studio audience to becoming glittering stars in their own right, Peter Allen and Olivia Newton-John’s cross-paralleled careers made them a good duo.
Adelaide has spawned its fair share of Led Zeppelin tribute bands. They always seem to pack in the crowds, and newer kid on the block, Whole Lotta Zepp is no exception.
The Cosmo the Clown Comedy Magic Show is funny, slapsticky, silly fun ideal for the littlies.
In less than an hour, and with rudimentary facilities, Robbie Greenwell quotes Plath and Shakespeare while transitioning between five potentially different characters.
The play was written by Nassim Soleimanpour in 2010. Soleimanpour refused to do two years compulsory military service, was thus denied a passport and was unable to leave Iran.
The performance begins with a five young women asleep on a canopied mattress and moves into a sexy dance sequence, culminating in a spectacular flying silk act with the bed canopy.
Ever wanted to experience Eurovision, but just can’t afford the pricey ticket and expensive flights? Well… Eurowision is for you
Tommy Little and Gossling bring together a mix of comedy and music to present their show Heartbreak & Hilarity.
Following the tale of a Mongol invasion into Queensland, John Marc Desengano and Keith Brockett play a multitude of characters under the clever narration of Andrea McCannon.
After a three year run, numerous rave reviews and high expectations, it’s safe to say this show lives up to the hype.
The title of Wil’s show for his 20th year at the Adelaide Fringe is a great explanation of what to expect; hysterically blatant criticism about today’s society and how f****d up it is.
Having been on the stand-up stage and telling jokes for nearly two decades, Rove McManus’ return is a polished, effortless and hilarious hour-long monologue.
Presented by Frontier Comedy Reviewed 10 March 2017 Immediately after this show I was conflicted…