The outrageous new headline production by creative geniuses Strut & Fret, creators of Blanc de Blanc and LIMBO. […]
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Electric Skies a beautiful First Nations Australian Event that is not only seen but felt. By immaculate design, […]
Round up your single friends and let Nona Mona empower you through a wit so sharp, it’s almost dangerous.
An award-winning solo performance about women over three generations will call to audiences to join a journey of healing, forgiveness and reconciliation at Adelaide Fringe
A two-hander that explores the process of an annual staff work review gone horribly wrong, the drama follows Jo, a senior manager, who needs to appraise head of department Nicky’s work.
“Comedy of Terrors isn’t about minimising the terrors of war, but rather emphasising the constant terror of raising children,” Vida says.
MANSION self-described as a spine tingling, gothic fusion of dance, circus & burlesque. I almost feel blasphemous saying […]
Archaeologist and comedian KC Martin-Stone is heading back to Adelaide Fringe with a story of a neurodivergent, brilliant, bruised brain in Have You Tried Brain Surgery?
Rainee Blake has a lovely voice, obviously stylistically influenced by her musical muse Joni Mitchell, but her material in this show was mono-paced and needed a little more stylistic variation in order to consistently keep her audience’s full focus.
Playing at Ayers House for four nights only (15-18 March), this fast-paced, action-packed show will cement your love for Shakespeare or cure your hatred of year ten Romeo and Juliet study.