While their Fringe season may be over, Motown Connections are regulars on the Adelaide circuit, and if you’re a lover of all things sixties soul, then you must keep an eye out for their next show.
A folksy dream recounting Joni Mitchell’s life through her songs and how motherhood played a part.
The first night of WOMADelaide 2020 delivered a spectacular line-up of talent in a big opening to the four day music festival, culminating in a terrific headliner performance from The Cat Empire.
Back To Black: The Music Of Amy Winehouse is fairly short at fifty minutes, but every one of those minutes is a total joy. Reine Beau Anderson Dudley is a star!
During the Media Call we spoke to several international WOMAD artists, that included B. Dance, Orquestra Akokan, and Brian Goldsmith. We also had a chance to take some photos of the artists.
The British production, Renfield: In The Shadow Of The Vampire, a harrowing exploration of an individual’s descent into madness, had its world premiere at the Bakehouse Theatre on Thursday night.
It’s likely there will be a bit of travel time to account for with most GMF attendees, but I would still be jotting this one down in my yearly calendar as not to be missed! The camping aspect (teaming up with Halls Gap Caravan Park – $30pp) is another complete experience in and of itself. This is a hotbed for meeting people, swapping stories and making new friends!
Jonny Woo and his band provide an amazing, almost immersive experience into the early 70s with a show that comes across as a massive labour of love for all those involved.
Larry Dean is a top-rung comedian whose latest show ‘Fudnut’ provides a master-class in comedy. It’s an hour filled with belly laughs and poignant reflections on life in a single man’s world.
A Bookish Comedy Show – it won’t have its own page in any future chapter on the Adelaide Fringe’s greatest comedy shows ever, but it does have a couple memorable lines that may make the footnotes!