Adelaide Fleetwood Mac tribute band Rumours delivered a rollicking and respectful set chock full of the platinum selling Mac’s greatest hits at The German Club this evening.
Month: February 2018
Author, comedian, presenter, actor, musician and all round fab person Gretel Killeen is coming to Adelaide Fringe armed […]
If you like your circus creative with a bit of cheese, check this out. I guarantee you will have a lot of fun.
Endorsed (sort of) by Andrew Bolt, emerging cabaret sensation Josh Belperio is bringing autobiographical Scarred for Life to Adelaide Fringe
Tash is about to reach the age of proper adulthood and has decided to sing about it so we thought she’d also like to chat about it.
The woman sitting next to me kindly informed me that she had quite literally wet her pants (seriously)!
The After Hours Cabaret Club ticks all the right boxes for a late night variety show at the Adelaide Fringe.
The Rock and Roll Spectacular is enjoyable subversive entertainment for children and their parents, that pokes good natured fun at the genre while managing to wholly embrace it.
Eleanor’s Story is a moving, finely-crafted piece of theatre that sensitively depicts the horrors of war through the eyes of a teenage girl.
Absurd, ridiculous, funny, surprising and skilfully performed, Trygve Wakenshaw & Barnie Duncan: Different Party is a little bit weird, but a little bit wonderful.