With masterful performances by the young cast, choreography by former The Mill Director Erin Fowler, and a theme song by original ensemble member Clementine Murton, Goddess on a Highway promises to be an unforgettable journey into the cult experience and the modern dilemma of bullying.
Much of the joy of the production came from the audience’s delight as Goers twigged their memories.
In collaboration with Upside News, Expressions Media is running Headliners at WOMADelaide, a course where young people learn the art of music journalism and then put those skills into practice at the WOMADelaide media morning.
Music SA is proud to announce the return of Umbrella: Winter City Sounds, which is once again set to deliver warmth and vibrant activity to Adelaide through a diverse range of music performances across the CBD and metropolitan areas.
With an amazing lineup of South Australian female identifying musicians and DJs, the concert will take place at the brand new Lions Arts Factory on Saturday March 30.
From start to finish, this cabaret with kick celebrates everyone and everything through song, dance, acrobatics, drag, comedy, fire eating and subversive striptease.
There are many magic shows on offer this year at Adelaide Fringe, so it becomes a trick in itself to stand out from the crowd.
Multi award-winning cabaret star Tommy Bradson is returning to Adelaide Fringe with two shows: a biting new vampire comedy and the ultimate late night party.
Badass is playing at Gluttony and also heading to Stirling Fringe. If that’s not enough, Tash is performing in another show with Boo Dwyer called Petty B*tches at both Stirling Fringe and Gluttony.
Presented by George Dimarelos, A Booklover’s Comedy Show is a self-described “compilation show featuring a rotating bill of comedians and storytellers talking about everything book related”.