Melody and Lucinda Beck are a very talented duo, who bring Rita Hayworth and Mae West to life in Sinsational, an entertaining cabaret performed at the wonderful Masonic Lodge Gluttony space.
A Z-Star show is quite an experience. Negotiating drums, guitar and vocals, Zee Gachette is an exceptional performer. Although softly spoken between songs, she has an arresting stage presence.
British magician Ben Hart is here for his second Fringe, performing The Nutshell in the Garden of Unearthly Delights through to March 17. It’s not your average magic show, taking the audience into some philosophical and occasionally dark territory.
A Bowie circus is the Fringe show we didn’t know we needed, mixing one of music’s great catalogues with some terrific circus acts.
With their second album all recorded and soon to be released, Woolongong’s The Pinheads are currently out on an extensive national tour that brings them to Adelaide this Thursday night, playing the Crown and Anchor.
Alex Rossi’s After Party is the perfect way to cap off your night of Fringing. The US singer/guitarist does rhythm and blues the old school way – really hitting that sweet spot.
Check out Tessa Manning’s fantastic photos of the bands and crowds at Laneway Festival at Hart’s Mill, Port Adelaide.
The emphasis on homegrown talent was apparent from the line-up announcement for Laneway 2019. For placing such confidence in our local talent, the organisers of Australia’s biggest nationally touring festival should be congratulated. It also made for a bloody great show.
Reading the Fringe blurb for Becky Lucas – ‘Um, support me?!’ you get a sense of how busy this comedian is right now. In addition to TV spots on ABC2 and Network Ten, writing for Stan, and performing at the Sydney Opera House, the Melbourne International Comedy Gala and Edinburgh Fringe, Lucas was also booted from Twitter for a joke about Scott Morrison.
The Adelaide leg of Laneway Festival is nearly upon us. This year’s line up has a real emphasis […]