An entertaining and well-designed production that provided appropriate, and somewhat overdue, recognition of an important historical event whose anniversary should really have received even wider acknowledgement in other media.
Raw and visceral, Signifying Nothing is, despite its flaws and inconsistencies, an engaging piece of theatre that challenges us to think carefully about how we use our voting privileges and to look closely at the character and motivations of those who purport to represent us in our parliaments.
WOMADelaide 2017 Day 3 – TheRain, The Park & Other Things. Wow, what a day! And there is still another big day yet to come!
Kate Ceberano in the Spiegeltent – a terrific, five-star performance from one of the greats!
Two things are made abundantly clear in Morgan Welch’s new show, Girl Crush. The first is that she has […]
Taste’s Adelaide Fringe show in Showroom One at The German Club presented the fans with a generous cross-section of songs from both eras of the band’s career.
My Leonard Cohen is not an unequivocal success, but it does put the spotlight squarely on the songs – and despite some occasional rough treatment, the old adage still proves true – diamonds don’t crack under pressure.
All up, Prohibition is a well-sequenced, fast-paced and entertaining show that strikes a perfect balance between humour and physicality.
The Upside News had the chance to talk to John Steel, founder member of The Animals, about those heady years when British pop and rock bands dominated the globe, and also about his years working on the other side of the music industry fence in rock management.
This hour long show actually passes by in a blink of an eye because the storyline so quickly hooks you into its web of mystery and intrigue.