Follow Cyn and her band through this rock-cabaret, as she sets the scene of her musical career that started up in the 80s, and what surrounded her one hit that (nearly) made it to the top of the charts.
As the music sways with ethereal melodies, the stark background of pure light shifts colours dramatically, silhouetting the artists in mysterious shadow. The colours change in nostalgic fashion as your inner child shouts to itself, “This is an Art Attack. This is an Art Attack. This is! ART ATTACK!”
Lovecraft is an ode to the science behind the fuzzy feelings when we are enamoured, infatuated, and unhealthily overwhelmed with lust and passion towards a (potential) partner.
Gone were the familiar rows of chairs, replaced with an empty dance floor waiting to be filled – and once the Cousins’ set of wall-to-wall bangers began, it didn’t take long for eager dancers to flock to the front.
Sold out for his limited three night run, you’ll be kicking yourself IF you didn’t purchase tickets earlier. Do the next best thing and check out his YouTube channel: search Friendlyjordies and buckle yourself in for the ride.
Shake It has it all! It’s got Burlesque, a little bit of circus, a little bit of ‘rough’, a touch of cabaret and a whole lot of sex appeal!
Though it’s called Walking on Eggshells, the very funny and self deprecating Eddie Ifft is actually quite frank as he speaks about politics, pokes fun at his family, the #metoo movement and tipping toilets.
It was a wicked time to be had at the Cranka last night, with The Pinheads mixing up a storm for fans and newbies alike.
The Best of The Ed Fest is truly iconic and will remain to be so every year at the Adelaide Fringe Festival. Tickets sell themselves! Go and enjoy this year’s instalment of The Best of The Ed Fest. You won’t be disappointed.
Séayoncé is a small piece of overtly offensive brilliance!