The music at WOMADelaide is a chance to experience and learn about a myriad of different cultures, find out about or support local artists and hear music that you may never get to listen to again.
The world’s most dangerous ukulele band, the Ukulele Death Squad, perform at the Regal Theatre Kensington as part of the Adelaide Fringe to tell the tale of the late Bruce Riley – ‘The Squad Father’
inishing with international classic such as Hallelujah and James Brown’s I Feel Good; the only thing that remains consistent throughout the show is the pride, and jubilant smiles on all choir members faces. This show is for them first and foremost, and a special gift for the lucky spectators witnessing something very unique.
What I would best describe as ‘gay Massaoke!’ SNAP CRACKLE POP pumps out all your favourite hits of yesteryear, best diva anthems and sexiest RNB hits from the 80s, 90s and 2000s. It’s an absolute crime not to sing-along and cut a rug!
Two Brunettes and A Gay: Bottoms Up! Is ‘good night out’ kind of show where one can get all their friends together, get boozy and sing (poorly) along to some well-worn favourites with just a dash of sentimentality in the mix
The original line-up of the California Crooners Club returned for opening weekend of Fringe, five years after their […]
Every day, Bridgette would look out the window, waiting for her dad to come home. But he never did. She refused to accept that he was gone. For years, she waited by the window.
Chipped, white paint framed two open windows, which wore lace curtains that blew with the wind. Copper eaves seemed to hold up an attic, the feel of it making Bonnie feel uncomfortable, but what bugged her the most was the wide open door, which seemed to entice her to enter.
”When is Daddy coming home?” Madison asked her mum.
“I am sure he will be home very soon, darling,” she answered. But deep inside Madison’s mum was worried.
Eelane was once a rich and kind girl, but when her mistress started acting strangely, she got scared and ran away.