Day one of WOMADelaide 2019 was filled with energy, joy and musical diversity and has set the bar high for the days to come!
If you’re looking for a sexy show to finish off your night at the Fringe, then Railed is not to be missed. The guys from Head First Acrobats are an incredibly talented foursome and they certainly know how to put on a great show!
Follow Cyn and her band through this rock-cabaret, as she sets the scene of her musical career that started up in the 80s, and what surrounded her one hit that (nearly) made it to the top of the charts.
As the music sways with ethereal melodies, the stark background of pure light shifts colours dramatically, silhouetting the artists in mysterious shadow. The colours change in nostalgic fashion as your inner child shouts to itself, “This is an Art Attack. This is an Art Attack. This is! ART ATTACK!”
This year, Expressions Media in collaboration with WOMADelaide and The Upside News, is running Headliners, a course where young people learn the art of music journalism and then put those skills into practice by interviewing
RanDom, as the title suggests, is a random selection of tricks and illusions, where, rather than sitting in the audience of a magic show, you feel like you’re at a party or in Dom’s lounge room – he just makes you feel so damned comfortable.
Written and performed by Patrick Livesey, The Boy, George is the exploration of what might happen if Queen Elizabeth died, the Monarchy is overthrown and a bratty and entitled Prince George refuses to leave the palace.
Orbital were exciting, uplifting and mesmeric at the RCC on Sunday night – and seemed genuinely excited to be playing to such an appreciative RCC crowd, but Severed Heads were not quite as inspired on the night.
With masterful performances by the young cast, choreography by former The Mill Director Erin Fowler, and a theme song by original ensemble member Clementine Murton, Goddess on a Highway promises to be an unforgettable journey into the cult experience and the modern dilemma of bullying.
Much of the joy of the production came from the audience’s delight as Goers twigged their memories.