A self-analysis of how and why she reacted the way she did to a moustached man disappearing from her life without a trace (or text back), there are lessons in this show for everyone, whether ghoster or ghosted be.
Category Archive: Music
Grace Colsey gives us an insight into the brain of a human: a funny, whip-smart, talented, creative, spicy, sad, courageous human.
Told from the perspective of Olivia’s best friend Pat Carroll who married John Farrar, the producer and songwriter behind some of ONJ’s biggest hits, Deborah nails the cabaret holy trinity: great storytelling, fabulous music and a healthy dose of humour.
On the back of the success of their Adelaide Fringe hit Haiku For You, Alex and the Babes […]
Lovers of dance and music, grab your tickets now to this sultry dance spectacular with important themes and celebration of the women who changed the world.
A tribute to the tumultuous life and sublime songs of Hildegard Knef, Shelley Dunstone is set to tell a fascinating story of a woman mired in scandal, yet adored and reviled in equal measure.
Brendan Fitzgerald Quartet returns to CabFringe with their popular recreation of the world of iconic jazz musician Dave Brubeck celebrating a decade since the show’s debut.
The Adelaide Jazz Festival a reminder that Adelaide is far from going to sleep as we head into the colder months
Adelaide’s legendary seven-piece guitar band, West Thebarton have today announced the release of new music and an accompanying tour that winds up at the Crown & Anchor on Sat 3 June.
Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Evening has a lot more to it than your average tribute show!