The first night of Tokyo Jet Daze – A Punk Weekender delivered a high energy night of punk rock excess. Featuring The Jet Boys, and legendary band The 126.96.36.199’s, it provided ample evidence that primal rock music will never die!
Renee Geyer opened her show with a version of B.B. King’s The Thrill Is Gone, a song whose title could not be further from the truth for those who bought tickets to see her this time around.
As a showcase for comedians who have solo shows at the Fringe this is a good cheap way to get a brief sample of their comic wares before deciding if a full show of their form of comedy is likely to strike a blow to your funny bone.
In a night to remember, Lydia Lunch Retrovirus gave Adelaide a dose of their in-your-face, sonic brutality at the RCC on Thursday.
A great showcase of local comedic talent.
A guaranteed show-stopper (and aphrodisiac), Haus of Hans is the best of what the Adelaide Fringe has to offer. You’ll be kicking yourself if you miss it darlings!
Things Of Stone And Wood will be bringing their 30th Anniversary Tour to the Garden Of Unearthly Delights, on Saturday March 14. The show will be packed with all of their hits and a few songs from their first new album in 17 years.
Plastisphere presents an important message with good intentions: an intriguing side-journey for your commute home or night-out.
The STC’s Dance Nation is a form-defying, convention-busting exploration of adolescence and its triumphs, conundrums and frustrating confusions. It is also a confronting and challenging piece of theatre.
Frankenstein: How To Create a Monster is a thrilling performance that breathes new life into an old text through a talented bunch of young artists.