Strap on your leather.. err everything, and come and check it out! Captain Marvel will be available in Australian theatres from the 6th of March 2019.
Englishman, Dan Clews’ The James Taylor Story, is an Adelaide Fringe show that will please all acoustic music fans and deserves a full house every night.
Caution – Deadline Ahead is a funny and sharp look into the world of procrastination. Cristina Lark has a written a show which displays both humour and plenty of moments of self-reflection around both her own and the audience’s habits.
Law Without Order just isn’t on par with other comedy shows at Fringe
Stephen Buchanan is a fine comedy craftsman and, should he choose to continue to ply his trade, there seems no doubt that he will be playing in much larger venues at future festivals. His Fringe show – Purpleberry – is a lot of fun.
Orbital were exciting, uplifting and mesmeric at the RCC on Sunday night – and seemed genuinely excited to be playing to such an appreciative RCC crowd, but Severed Heads were not quite as inspired on the night.
Squeeze My Cans is a story of survival, but it is also a rare, unadulterated insight into the life of a Scientologist. In a sphere so shrouded in mystery, Schenkelberg’s account is simply fascinating and a must for anyone who is desperate to know what it’s truly like on the inside.
With masterful performances by the young cast, choreography by former The Mill Director Erin Fowler, and a theme song by original ensemble member Clementine Murton, Goddess on a Highway promises to be an unforgettable journey into the cult experience and the modern dilemma of bullying.
Much of the joy of the production came from the audience’s delight as Goers twigged their memories.
Lovecraft is an ode to the science behind the fuzzy feelings when we are enamoured, infatuated, and unhealthily overwhelmed with lust and passion towards a (potential) partner.