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.
In a world filled with predators, the next evolutionary step is to hunt the hunters, which is where the Apex Predator comes in.
Girl Shut Your Mouth presents a new form on an old and ever important issue. An excellent performance by all and delivered in a new and engaging medium; have a glass of red beforehand and strap yourself in.
The intimacy of the venue, in conjunction with the honest delivery of her performance, made the audience feel like they were in familiar company; a toast of whiskey at the end solidifying the sense of connection felt within room come the show’s conclusion.
Morris’ work will be challenging for some, and may not be to everyone’s taste, but for those who like their Fringe shows on the quirkier side, then you’ll enjoy the performer’s latest offering.
Whilst comedian Evan Desmarais’ unfettered honesty made for some brief moments of audience discomfort, overall, it is actually a heart-warming tale of human yearning and our ever-changing sense of our own life’s priorities.
Scottish Comedian Of The Year Winner – Marc Jennings is a patchy show. There are definitely some amusing moments, but some flat spots too.
Two of Us is the latest offering from Adelaide duo Harry and Lucy. Their show covers some of the greatest duets in popular culture, with their set broken into four parts – best friends, lovers, family talent and when the stars align.