Shake It knows the Fringe variety show formula well and checks off all the boxes with a talented group of performers, hosted by the engaging stage presence of Minnie Andrews.
Thrones! is a must-see at this year’s Fringe for anyone who is a fan of Game of Thrones; this is one cleverly constructed musical comedy that really delivers on the laughs.
It had been less than two years since Stiff Little Fingers last graced the stage at The Gov. […]
Charismatic, bright, and witty, Stephanie Tisdell had me laughing and feeling slightly better about my white guilt with her show Identity Steft.
Chris Botti and his band provided his audience with one of those affirming life experiences – where pushing yourself out of your comfort zone to try something new brings high rewards.
While I would recommend this show to any fan of drag (and Ru’s Drag Race) Courtney’s show Under the Covers has plenty to offer for both her familiar and unfamiliar audiences.
Directed by Claire Glenn and written by Alan Grace, I Still Have No Friends is a self-devised piece by SAYarts’ On The Fringe, a group of South Australia’s young creatives.
We were lucky enough to catch up with Hans before he took off to perform at Perth Fringe so he could give us the scoop on this year’s Adelaide offering.
Adelaide Fringe veterans TuskFM are bringing their new and improved Fleetwood Mac tribute back to Adelaide Fringe.
I like the cheap thrill of a good horror flick or ghost train ride. Although I’m quite cynical, […]