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.
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.
2100: A Space Novelty is a show that is an absolute blast – original, fun, and clever.
For some honesty wrapped in humour and a Barbie outfit, check out Nikki Osborne – Bad Barbie.
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.
1900-Lisa-Skye is at times odd, but also an affectionate and hilarious look at the world of phone dating before new technology took hold.
Chasing Smoke is a circus show with Indigenous performers, offering a contemporary performance of their craft mixed in with some comedy and history for good measure. These elements combine to create something moving and funny, simultaneously offering a window into another culture.
With their second album all recorded and soon to be released, Woolongong’s The Pinheads are currently out on an extensive national tour that brings them to Adelaide this Thursday night, playing the Crown and Anchor.
Effing Robots: How I Taught AI To Stop Worrying and Love Humans is a really interesting deep-dive into the world of AI, with Nicol Cabe a knowledgeable and passionate navigator into what is sometimes a murky, unsettling world.