Adelaide Festival Centre will showcase an array of talented finalists in its Students Got Talent competition to represent and support international students.
The 11 finalists will take the stage at Her Majesty Theatre on February 13 competing for $9500 in prize money.
Taking the audience on a mind-bending and jaw-dropping journey through the human psyche, Tom demonstrates what appears to be genuine psychic ability, however it is not, in a fast-paced and fun exploration of reality.
The Distraction collides the energy of live performance and the experience of cinema into a show performed across both platforms…at once.
Featuring their original singles released in years prior, the one-hour show will also see the girls belting out a number of unexpected cover songs while backed by a team of experienced dancers.
Through song and storytelling, Ukulele Dream Girl – Love at a Distance explores different perspectives of distant love, while we continue to maintain genuine human connections in a world of social media.
Adelaide Fringe favourite, comedian, nurse, wife and mother extraordinaire Georgie Carroll is coming to town to give audiences a much-needed dose of comedy, curated over eight years of sold-out shows.
Adelaide will be offering a warm welcome to Fringe legend and internationally celebrated funny-man, Jimeoin this silly season as he graces us with his new smash-hit Turn It Up! tour.
WOMADelaide Associate Director, Annette Tripodi says “we are overjoyed to now have three incredibly talented artists – all in their early twenties, but who’ve already achieved so much – on the lineup for the Sunday night of the festival, each bringing their intensely personal stories and musical styles to the stage,” she says.
In its South Australian premiere at Adelaide Fringe Festival this year, Mathew, Mark and Luke are Waiting for […]