Stephen K Amos is forever a smooth operator navigating side-splitting “back and forth” working as an intergenerational translator!
Category Archive: Festivals
It was a wonderful show to watch the audience as most drifted into meditative states, allowing the perfectly harmonious sound and the immersion of the 360 imagery that drifted between tense and calm.
The complexity of the expectation of comedy and comedians and the delivery of issues that Anna touches on is such a delicate art that she executes with ease.
Rouge Goes Rogue is sort of like – Rouge’s intoxicated cousin whose equally as talented, equally as ambitious but a little more prone to drunk and disorderly behaviour and not shy of a well-orchestrated wardrobe malfunction!
A place of calm, and thoughtfulness in a month filled with loud shows, colours and noises. Angellis Taliuu […]
Woolgatherer is a show that defines what Adelaide Fringe has to offer, giving artists a platform to reach out and try new things, and spark the creativity that could lead to something bigger.
Winner of the Best Newcomer award at the 2022 Sydney Comedy Festival, Gabbi is a star on the rise and, as well as being a TikTok sensation, has been seen on The Chaser, A Rational Fear, and Spicks & Specks, so you don’t have to just take my word for it when I say she’s good.
Adelaide Fringe has the goal of becoming the most inclusive festival in the world and the Adelaide Fringe Foundation is an important part of making that happen.
This show is beyond silly but still holds space for plenty of wit and pizzazz as you join its cast in a fun game of peek-a-boo!
Thao Cao’s Marmalade is stripped down stand-up comedy at its very best. Without the benefit of even a […]