A weird and wacky show where audiences will find themselves in the midst of a nuclear war in Jason Chong’s The Bunker at this year’s Adelaide Fringe.
Erotic, taboo and sexually empowering Smut Uncut: An Erotica Extravaganza will have audiences on the edge of their seats and begging for more at this year’s Adelaide Fringe.
Seasoned Adelaide performer and prominent actor in disability arts Kym Mackenzie presents his first solo show Kym’s Overall Extravaganza Showcase, at this year’s Adelaide Fringe.
Transgender comedian and seasoned performer, Chloe Black brings her new show Switch Hitter to the Adelaide Fringe following her critically acclaimed show Transistor Sister.
No Fixed Address will return to The Gov on Thursday 25 March to celebrate the renaming of Rundle Mall Laneway after the celebrated local band.
Directed by Slingsby’s Artistic Director Andy Packer and adapted by Irish playwright Amy Conroy, the production unpacks the intricacies of Martin McKenna’s life in a cabaret-style setting with shadow puppetry and live music.
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.
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.