This weekend, the first in the series of eleven concerts by Adelaide Youth Orchestra (AdYO) will take place at Elder Hall.
Day two of WOMADelaide confirmed the inkling provided by day one, that this was going to be one of the best line-ups the Festival has ever seen.
Turn up dressed up as Marilyn, Madonna, Elvis or Doctor Who for a free show ticket, normally worth $35.
In every aspect of the performance, elements of the old and new are seamlessly brought together.
Sequins, sass, shimmying and ghetto hip hop; not your usual Monday night fare, however when it comes to Hans the German (Matt Gilbertson), anything goes.
Velvet is smooth, sexy, luscious, exciting, heartwarming and damn good fun.
It’s how the company relate to and engage with the young people that makes the work so effective, which is why ActNow are such a valuable part of SA’s arts and education…
From the moment you are presented with your black or white eye mask, offered beef jerky with ant sauce served out of a cow skull, it’s a journey of surprises that keeps you guessing.
One frat house with very little dignity is reminiscent of where we lay our scene as the Shotspeare actors perform an abridged version of Romeo and Juliet.
If you go along to Icons expecting to see a typical drag show, you’ll be surprised, but not disappointed.