Though it’s called Walking on Eggshells, the very funny and self deprecating Eddie Ifft is actually quite frank as he speaks about politics, pokes fun at his family, the #metoo movement and tipping toilets.
The Best of The Ed Fest is truly iconic and will remain to be so every year at the Adelaide Fringe Festival. Tickets sell themselves! Go and enjoy this year’s instalment of The Best of The Ed Fest. You won’t be disappointed.
The boys from Hush and The Choirboys were not in town to perform some lukewarm half-baked dawdle through limp MOR radio rock fodder. Get Rocked! ensured everything was turned up to eleven and let us know that the band weren’t here to take prisoners!
Séayoncé is a small piece of overtly offensive brilliance!
Ladylike: A Guide to Modern Etiquette is hilarious from the start, and the laughs only get more frequent as you get deeper into the show.
For some honesty wrapped in humour and a Barbie outfit, check out Nikki Osborne – Bad Barbie.
Popular Fringe show paying tribute to Michael and Janet Jackson is a soulful one-hour extravaganza.
‘The Sleeping Trees: World Tour’ is a very funny show that will repay you in belly laughs for any financial and temporal sacrifice you may have made in attending the performance. It is unreservedly recommended!
As far as career retrospectives go, you would be hard pressed to find one as ‘glorious’ as the one that Charles Jenkins has put together for this year’s Fringe. Get along to it if you can.
For me, Quality Novelty did not end up being the show that it was billed as. There are some good, even great elements, however these were too few over the hour run time.