The hip hop artist says, “I wanted to write a song for my miyalk (girl) but also show appreciation to the women who taught me to respect everyone as my equals. I grew up with beautiful spirited women and now I share my life with a strong, empowered woman so I wrote a song for her, and for all the strong-minded women out there.”
The Umbrella Festival (previously set to open on 17th July) will be rescheduled to Friday 18 September – Sunday 4 October 2020, with the launch date and release of the Printed Program to be Wednesday 22 July, published by our partner Scenestr.
Well, if this was to be the last live gig we would see for a while as we head into this indefinite period of social uncertainty, then it certainly was a good one!
F**k conventional thought and understandings around sexuality according to the status-quo. Instead, this show asks that you open your mind to all things kinky, freaky and to instead reserve your judgment for other things – like those among us still grappling with the concept of enthusiastic consent.
At their Adelaide Fringe 30 Year Anniversary gig, Things Of Stone And Wood’s repertoire of Australian folk-rock classics still sounded as fresh and vital as ever.
Steve Reich – Music For 18 Musicians. A stand-out Fringe experience!
DRAG SUPREME (Kultural-Realness/Edition) presented by the Haus of Kong is an evening of empowerment, pride and fierce entertainment.
Marcus Ryan is a skilful raconteur with the ability to take you on a journey; both his literal journey walking the Camino de Santiago but also a little self discovery for him and the audience.
Truckload Of Sky – The Lost Songs Of David McComb provided fans with a magnificent celebration of the life and artistry of a much-missed Australian musical titan.
Jimeoin is no has-been, and his Fringe show confirms that he can still deliver plenty of comedy gold.