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!
Decadent Delights is an entertaining and amusing show that is the essence of what the Fringe represents. Take a chance on climbing the stairs for a memorable glimpse of Weimar culture.
It’s taken years of hard work and realisations, but Jamie Kuijpers and the crew at Basket Case are taking the lead on recreating a full Green Day experience for fans, taking fans back to the 90’s with a tribute to Dookie on its 25th anniversary year.
Bubble Show for Adults embodies what the roots and heart of Fringe Festival is all about – the whacky, the weird and the wonderful!
Starting up in Melbourne in the early 00s, The Getaway Plan are showing no signs of stopping as they continue to tour the country.
Yungblud is a new kind of punk act, starting out in the UK and growing to become one […]
Vanity or Insanity…? House of Mirrors by Christian Wagstaff and Keith Courtney is not your typical ‘Fun House’ experience.