Little Sylvie and Miss Ohio combined together at The Jade on Sunday afternoon to provide a fascinating mix of vocal and acoustic delights as part of this year’s Adelaide Fringe.
Twins, presented by comedian Greg Fleet and film-maker Ian Darling, at this year’s Fringe
Showcasing a 15-piece classical orchestra and six South Australian rock musicians and vocalists, Classic Bruce presents 12 of Springsteen’s career defining hits.
Imagine moving overseas to find the ‘one’, only to discover you are ‘one’ of many. Singer songwriter Gene Phoa explores heartbreak, romance and revenge in his acoustic rom-com this Adelaide Fringe.
A playful mix of fact and fiction, Parlour Games showing at Holden Street Theatre is a loving tribute to Agatha Christie’s life.
With an exciting storyline, plenty of challenges and a healthy amount of laughs, Shelby Bond’s Wild West Adventure Party is excellent for families and perfect if you’re looking for some entertainment but can’t/don’t want to leave the house.
It’s home time for RCC who this Adelaide Fringe are going full circle, back to where it all began at Victoria Square bringing a bold new-look program full of participatory theatre, immersive light installations and live music.
Teaming up with B-boys and B-girls from Brisbane urban dance studio Mad Dance House, Collision combines Casus Circus’ signature combination of ground-breaking acrobatics and physical poetry with the rhythm, swagger, and moves of street dance culture.
Hosted by award-winning cabaret queen Victoria Falconer and featuring a smorgasbord of world- class cabaret, fierce drag and jaw-dropping circus performers, all in the surrounds of the gorgeous Spiegeltent in The Garden of Unearthly Delights – your favourite meal of the day just got glitzier.
Following sold out shows across the country, these well-cellared comedians continue to wow audiences by doing what they do best: bullshitting about wine.