The Other Side of 25 is a one-woman dark comedy about coming to terms with fitting into the […]
Michael Wheatley’s Adelaide Fringe show, Forever In My Life – A Tribute To Prince, will be an exploration of how important Prince has been in soundtracking one man’s life, shaping his decisions, and inspiring his creativity.
Mary Queen of Scots is the new biopic following the story of Scotland’s last independent monarch, Mary Stuart, from the time of her return from France at 18 years old to the time of her execution just over 25 year later.
Florence + The Machine really give a first rate performance, creating music in a way that’s a genuine experience for the audience. Much of this is due to Florence Welch, a unique talent with an amazing voice, who throws herself into her art in way that you can’t help but connect with it.
Get ready for LadyBeatlemania at this year’s Adelaide Fringe!
Green Book delivers a powerful story of courage, respect and friendship which speaks powerfully to our era, pushing a convincing case for understanding and compromise to prevail over mistrust and exclusion.
The aim is to allow a self-managed musician to build knowledge and network with some of the best in the business at major events.
“The more we can open up the world to children, particularly around scientific concepts, the more likely we are to get really engaged and intelligent citizens as they grow up, who are not going make bad decisions about things like climate change,” Jordan Bell says.
M. Night Shyamalan’s “Unbreakable” saga ends with mixed results.
Mix Aperol Spritz with a picnic in the gardens and add some classic comedy and you’ve got yourself a fabulous summer of theatre.