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.
Late night at the Fringe is a strange, crazy time and thankfully there are an increasing number of acts that take advantage of this unique atmosphere. The well-lubricated audiences of 11 pm are up for a good time and Cult delivers just that.
Even if you’re not a fan of Doris Day, Louise Messenger is worth seeing because she puts on a stellar show.
There’s some terrific improvisation, impressive acrobatics and lots of laughs – a fun one for the kids.
If Grace is anything to go by, Louis Donnarumma is quite a talent, and someone worth watching as his career inevitably takes off.
‘Underneath’ focuses around the idea that beauty is dangerous and desperately sought after, but perhaps beauty hides the ugliness as well.
‘The once’ is an old Newfoundland expression meaning ‘right away’ or ‘imminently’, which suits the Canadian folk band, who are coming to Adelaide to play WOMADelaide this year.
Directed by Matthew Vecchio, ‘That Siege in Adelaide’ is loosely based around events like the 2014 Rodney Clavell saga and similar newsworthy happenings.
When creating the show, Candy decided she wanted to do something with a bit of flavour, so she has chosen her favourite food and music for your viewing and chewing pleasure.
After many years as accompanist, Adelaide singer and pianist, Deborah Brennan, is making her debut as a front […]