Mad Dogs: The Full Cocker – a glorious and memorable celebration of the power of classic rock music. 5 stars!
A casual and improvised affair with the multi-talented Gretel Killeen and friends
Cecile McLorin Salvant – a jazz superstar in the making? Maybe. But she’s not quite at that level yet, as her perplexing Adelaide Festival performance made clear.
Vikki Thorn continues to prove herself to one of our very best songwriters, a consummate musician, and one hell of a great singer. Waifs or no Waifs, she is a compelling live act and this performance was an absolute joy to experience.
Elixir has it all – physical theatre, eye candy and a bit of good ol’ fashioned slapstick. It’s no surprise that Elixir is a hit with Fringe-goers time and time again.
If you get a chance to see Around the World in 80 Dates before this Fringe season winds down, you certainly won’t be disappointed.
All you need to know is you should see this show.
Ben Knight’s comedy show, The Parent Teacher Interview, will certainly make you laugh, but will also offer you a lot of common sense insight into how the education experience should be approached by all of its major stakeholders.
The Triplets of Belleville was a terrific experience – both film and performance combine beautifully to create an entrancing transportive event that reinforces the power of unconditional love in an increasingly impersonal world.
Gameshow of Thrones is definitely worth a look if you love Game of Thrones.