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Month: March 2023
CAKE is a cornucopia of Queer infused delight with a comedy layered base, flirtatious frosting and just a sprinkling of sheer chaotic madness.
Adelaide Fringe Review: The Kaye Hole – Hosted by Reuben Kaye – The Garden of Unearthly Delights, 2023
Reuben can read a room (to filth) and expose it as plainly as his chapless bum! This performer knows his audience as The Kaye Hole operates like a conversation that we’re supposed to be having.
As a resident of Adelaide over COVID times, Gordon is able to connect with his audience with stories of familiar haunts before launching into anecdotes from life as a comedian experiencing the world.
With perfect weather and smaller crowd number (following three sold-out days), WOMADelaide’s final day was pure bliss.
A good proportion of the World of Music and Dance highlights of WOMADelaide Day Three revolved around Africa.
WOMADelaide has never had a headliner quite like Florence + the Machine. Day two review.
Mesmerising from the start, Signal is truly original and accessible to all.
WOMADelaide 2023 is a little different. For the first time, the event has sold out for three of its four days – so things are a bit more intense than previous years. The popularity is due largely to this year’s excellent line-up, with Friday night an example of this.
Overall, as far as variety shows goes YUMMY ICONIC has it all (literally everything you can think of). I also think it’s incredibly important that we support our LGBTQI+ artists and queer spaces in which the artform of Drag can be celebrated (especially with what’s happening in the US at the moment).