A flawed, but ultimately engrossing, performance full of passion and poetry.
In a performance that is a masterful hybrid of song, mime, stand-up, slapstick that contains generous doses of the bizarre and surreal, The Travelling Sisters set a frenetic pace from the opening number and they never let the momentum slip.
Ross Wilson has the right to claim icon status in our music industry and a place as one of our greatest musical talents – respect deserved and acknowledged. But – tonight’s set was a little flat and not one to go down in the annals of his greatest live shows.
If the news of The Bay City Rollers adding a second show in Adelaide to their tour schedule wasn’t enough to send you into paroxysms of joy, then maybe this swill do the trick…Boney M are returning to Australia for an evening of delirious singalong fun!
Three years into his association with the band, Bo Bice is enjoying the relative freedom of simply being one part of the broader BS&T collective and not having to deal with the hassles of being a solo star.
An hour of Renee proved to be too short a time to be in her company. This crowd would have happily lapped up another hour or so, if they could have.
I Like Me is a show worthy of checking out. Desmarais is good value, and more than just a proficient comedy craftsman – he is a Canadian. And who can honestly say they have met a Canadian that they didn’t like?
After fifty years in the business, one of the things Russell Morris has clearly mastered is how to put together a setlist to please everyone.
This is a disarmingly sweet-natured, emotionally intelligent show that deserves people to ‘flock’ to see it.
A joyous celebration of the power of music.