Lior is no stranger to WOMADelaide. But this year’s event will be quite different, being run as a series of sunset concerts at a new location in the East Parklands; accordingly, the singer / songwriter is also taking things in a new direction on the opening night.
You truly will not regret going and seeing Reuben Kaye at this year’s Adelaide Fringe so please put on your highest heel, your Kinkiest Boot and glossiest red lipstick and get to the Wonderland Spiegeltent Festival Hub in Hindmarsh Square for a real winner of a show!
My only piece of advice with this light show/acid trip is to take your time while you’re there! Thankfully, Borealis is introduced in 15-minute intervals however, you can spend your time in there exploring and relaxing!
Lebanese-born, Sydney-based comedian Fady Kassab greets his audience as though they were guests. ‘They told me to wait in […]
Twins, presented by comedian Greg Fleet and film-maker Ian Darling, at this year’s Fringe
Following sold out shows across the country, these well-cellared comedians continue to wow audiences by doing what they do best: bullshitting about wine.
After sell out shows at Melbourne and Brisbane Festivals, masterminds behind the 2019 Garden hit, House of Mirrors bring 1000 Doors – Door within a door to Adelaide Fringe.
Long Story Short rewards perseverance and, after a sputtering start, reveals enough heart and substance to make this film worth seeing.
Showcasing 80 prominent food producers and chefs between Port Noarlunga and Cape Jarvis, ‘Faces & Food of the Fleurieu’ details their stories, favourite recipes and expert tips.
Taking the audience on a mind-bending and jaw-dropping journey through the human psyche, Tom demonstrates what appears to be genuine psychic ability, however it is not, in a fast-paced and fun exploration of reality.