Sooshi Mango’s newest two-hour show Off The Boat holds no exception to the Melbourne boys’ wildly magnetic humour that encapsulates their proud Italian Australian heritage, in trademark skits and hilarious musical numbers inspired by their parents and the older generation.
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.
Fafi D’Alour & The Delinquents is a stellar lineup of exceptionally brilliant South Australian women who give their all to delight and entertain throughout the entire performance. A must-see act for the lovers of burlesque this Fringe season.
Brace yourself for poo stories, tales of healing in Byron Bay, and anecdotes about misdiagnoses that were all too familiar to the members of the audience also living with chronic illness.
Adelaide Talent Expo is bringing accessible and talent-focused performance education to the community with a weekend of acting workshops, Q&A sessions and a “Be Seen” performance zone where aspiring actors can pick up a script and be directed live.
Through a blend of storytelling, theatre and music, Salty Marco will teach some old-school western saloon etiquette, and help you to find answers to questions you didn’t even know you were asking yourself.
Oozing magnetism from every pore, rock royalty graced our shores for one night only and put on quite a show.
No matter how small Buffalo Drive’s imprint on the local music scene may seem to have been now, it was inarguably significant. It is great to be able to get to hear these songs played live again with such humour, joy and passion.
creativity of profanity, with the opportunity to learn to let out your frustrations in an elegantly bilingual manner.