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With cooler temperatures and a slightly less intense atmosphere, Day Four was the perfect end to WOMADelaide 2018.
A complete wrap up of third day WOMADelaide 2018
It’s been a while since we’ve had a WOMADelaide in heat like this. Temperatures reaching in the high thirties had the crowd searching for any available patch of shade during the daytime, as they listened to the the excellent music on offer.
Towards the end of his set at the Trinity Sessions, Steve Poltz commented that no two of his gigs are ever the same, and you can see why. His performance a delightful journey that takes unexpected turns – even surprising the performer. But Poltz is such a natural on the stage that it all just seems right.
With such an impressive catalogue of well-loved songs, it’s probably time we had a Nick Cave tribute show. Doing justice to this legendary material, however, is no easy task. Thankfully, local group, the Dark Seeds are up to the task.
Shake It knows the Fringe variety show formula well and checks off all the boxes with a talented group of performers, hosted by the engaging stage presence of Minnie Andrews.
Thrones! is a must-see at this year’s Fringe for anyone who is a fan of Game of Thrones; this is one cleverly constructed musical comedy that really delivers on the laughs.
The After Hours Cabaret Club ticks all the right boxes for a late night variety show at the Adelaide Fringe.
The Rock and Roll Spectacular is enjoyable subversive entertainment for children and their parents, that pokes good natured fun at the genre while managing to wholly embrace it.