June Again is a watchable but largely unconvincing and contrived exploration of dementia through one family’s journey from disintegration to resurrection.
A heart-warming, hilarious rollick that is as poignant as it is playful, Rosa and her joyously dysfunctional family take the audience on a journey of self-discovery, love and saying yes.
Guy Ritchie brings his brand of macho action and tongue-in-cheek wit to Wrath of Man, his latest suspenseful action film.
With a stellar opener by Anna Jay, an Adelaide singer who delivered clean, angelic vocals and honest songs about the ups and downs of life and mental health battles, the evening was already promising a top notch musical exhibition.
These guys have made a name for themselves here in Adelaide during the Adelaide Fringe Festival and in Sydney, and they will be performing in the US in June.
Naughty and hilarious physical theatre that will leave you wet.
Lather delivered a note-perfect set of Zappa classics from the seventies to a full-house of happy Frank-ophiles last night.
Loop pedals, beatboxing, guitar, keys and solid vocals give this show its strength, and the chemistry between Valentine and Andy provides the charm.
A lucky dip of burlesque, circus, drag and more!
The Love Mussels – It’s All Relative was a winner on all fronts. The venue was fantastic, the sound mix was pristine, and the band were on top form.