This year we thought we’d put together a gift guide that explores alternate sides to masculinity and not just utility vehicles, sports cars and golf clubs.
No Strings Attached is a fantastic company supporting people living with disability to pursue their dreams within the performing arts.
Naughty and hilarious physical theatre that will leave you wet.
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.
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.
An impressive monologue that one could almost call a… Touchdown!
If they’re cute, they’re usually a little bit psycho, and Miss Zella Shear holds no exception with the premiere of her one woman show, Bird Be Crazy this Adelaide Fringe with discounted tickets available to both concession and BankSA card holders.
A modern thriller where all is not as it seems.
Giving highlight queer stories and disabilities in theatre, Call of the Malleefowl delivers a diverse cast of South Australian talent with a focus on leading roles for women.
Twins, presented by comedian Greg Fleet and film-maker Ian Darling, at this year’s Fringe