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?
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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.
A top class show, which you should check out if you are a ‘classic rock’ fan.
Imagine a world without bodily autonomy, where government control over its citizens is so complete, you could be forced to have surgery to remove your butthole.
SILENCE ! Speaks volumes. What was once a reasonably mysterious introduction to Adelaide Fringe Festival 2023 full of […]
Hilarious, absurd, poignant, irreverent, and a damned good time, Jacob Jackman treats his audience to a one-man masterclass of stand-up, sketch comedy, silliness and social commentary.
Tenor is a wonderful film. It is engaging, uplifting, full of wonderful images of bourgeois Paris, has a terrific ensemble cast, and it consistently sounds fantastic.
Like a wild night out in Tokyo, Maho Magic Bar combines expert mixology with the wonder of magic to pull off a jam-packed hour of entertainment.
Adelaide Fringe Festival 2023 kicks of with a bang and a delicious Bahn Mi! With grace and gratitude, […]