There are a million things to do and Adelaide (let’s be honest) you’ve gotta make the most of it before things go back to normal here.
Buckle up. This FLIGHT will play on a fear most of us have had when catching a plane.
Vanity or Insanity…? House of Mirrors by Christian Wagstaff and Keith Courtney is not your typical ‘Fun House’ experience.
Lennon Through a Glass Onion, the overwhelmingly popular brainchild of dynamic duo John Waters and Stewart D’Arrietta is coming to Adelaide Fringe.
The emphasis on homegrown talent was apparent from the line-up announcement for Laneway 2019. For placing such confidence in our local talent, the organisers of Australia’s biggest nationally touring festival should be congratulated. It also made for a bloody great show.
Reading the Fringe blurb for Becky Lucas – ‘Um, support me?!’ you get a sense of how busy this comedian is right now. In addition to TV spots on ABC2 and Network Ten, writing for Stan, and performing at the Sydney Opera House, the Melbourne International Comedy Gala and Edinburgh Fringe, Lucas was also booted from Twitter for a joke about Scott Morrison.
Off the back of a successful season at Edinburgh Fringe, Adelaide’s newest improv company, Tenuous Link, is kicking down doors and yelling “Freeze!” in their new show at the 2019 Adelaide Fringe, A Total Cop Out.
Maestro is a comedy pressure cooker. The competition is fierce, the stakes are high, and any player could end up on top.
Louise McCabe’s The Runner Up. A play about the glory of being the runner-up. About being a loser. We struggle. We lose. We make mistakes and look bad. Our dreams fall apart. And what do we do next? We laugh and get on with it!
In her one woman show, Nicol takes the audience through a classic tale of unrequited love when she tried to seduce a chatbot AI and get it to fall in love with her.