Part of a trio of shows playing a season of the Adelaide Fringe to celebrate Irish independence, is Beowulf: The Blockbuster.
Massaoke is when everybody comes together to sing, howl or scream along to their most loved hits, which are performed by a live band while the lyrics are displayed on a big screen.
With so much in the Fringe tailored exclusively to either adults or children, it’s great to have a show that appeals equally to both.
You need to approach this show with an open mind; it’s bizarre, quirky and not for the easily offended.
Zach and Tom are best friends; they are also two very funny guys who present an entertaining hour of comedy and theatre through a series of scenes loosely based around the theme of friendship.
There’s acrobatics, magic, clowning, roller skating, singing, pole dancing and vodka shots; it’s so much fun, you won’t want it to end.
A witty and cleverly structured show with a unique and interesting concept, Torte e Morte: Songs of Cake and Death is one to catch this Adelaide Fringe Festival
Le Gateau Chocolat and Jonny Woo are onto a real winner with A Night at the Musicals. It’s a simple but highly effective concept: two hugely entertaining performers in drag (bathing suits mostly) presenting highlights from the musicals.
There’s death defying tricks, crowd participation, piano accordion antics, and plenty of surprises – it’s your usual Hans fare, only bigger and better.
It’s rare to find a children’s show that is so densely packed with ideas, while also remaining accessible, but Duckie manages to pull this off.