Category archives for: What’s On

Fringe Review: Disney Guy

Fringe Review: Disney Guy

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.

Fringe Review: Jimeoin- Is It?!

Fringe Review: Jimeoin- Is It?!

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.

Fringe Review: Hannah Gadsby – Donkey

Fringe Review: Hannah Gadsby – Donkey

Award-winning stand up comedian Hannah Gadsby tells stories about stories of depression, ADHD, family, kids and crab apples at the Nova cinema.

Fringe Review: Flowerchildren: The Mamas and Papas Story

Fringe Review: Flowerchildren: The Mamas and Papas Story

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.

Royal Society For The Blind Serve Up A Sweet World Record

Royal Society For The Blind Serve Up A Sweet World Record

The RSB is part of the Longest Lamington Lunch, and is urging South Australians to get involved with the Guinness World Record attempt.

Festival Review: Nufonia Must Fall

Festival Review: Nufonia Must Fall

An utterly charming, live puppet show made up of multiple puppets on beautifully designed miniature sets projected onto a movie screen & accompanied by incredible music.

Fringe Review: WOMANz

Fringe Review: WOMANz

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.

Fringe Review: Glitches in Reality

Fringe Review: Glitches in Reality

Simon Coronel breaks theatrical spectacle down into its smallest, simplest parts and messes with our perceptions of how illusions work.

Fringe Review: A Butterfly Effect

Fringe Review: A Butterfly Effect

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.

Interview: Cosentino’s Greatest Magic Has Been In His Own Life

Interview: Cosentino’s Greatest Magic Has Been In His Own Life

They say it’s all done with smoke and mirrors, maybe so, but the art of illusion and magic have dazzled audiences for centuries with its audacious sleight of hand, transformations, and trickery

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