If they’re cute, they’re usually a little bit psycho, and Miss Zella Shear holds no exception with the premiere of her one woman show, Bird Be Crazy this Adelaide Fringe with discounted tickets available to both concession and BankSA card holders.
A modern thriller where all is not as it seems.
Giving highlight queer stories and disabilities in theatre, Call of the Malleefowl delivers a diverse cast of South Australian talent with a focus on leading roles for women.
Classic Bruce at Gluttony is quite clearly a labour of love full of Springsteen songs delivered with a high level of reverence and an impressive degree of musical dexterity.
‘Our clarion call is ‘Gather; gather and sit,’ says George Bray, the show’s narrator, and gather we did, […]
A rockin’ night under the stars paying homeage to the late, great members of the 27 Club
Anna Thomas is clearly passionate about wine. In How To Drink Wine Like A Wanker, Thomas takes the […]
Little Sylvie and Miss Ohio combined together at The Jade on Sunday afternoon to provide a fascinating mix of vocal and acoustic delights as part of this year’s Adelaide Fringe.
Lebanese-born, Sydney-based comedian Fady Kassab greets his audience as though they were guests. ‘They told me to wait in […]
Twins, presented by comedian Greg Fleet and film-maker Ian Darling, at this year’s Fringe