With suicide being the leading cause of death in young people and 1 in 4 being diagnosed with a mental health condition, Raise’s expansion is welcomed by parents, educators and youth support workers.
In her first one-woman, long-form comedy show, Yasemin explores life growing up as a Muslim, second generation Australian who became chronically ill in adulthood and had her life turned upside down.
Long Story Short rewards perseverance and, after a sputtering start, reveals enough heart and substance to make this film worth seeing.
An avid reader of positive psychology and neuroscience texts, Jennifer has transformed her research into uplifting original pop music to allow audiences to absorb lessons of mindfulness in a harmony of music, words and messages.
Adelaide Fringe favourite Matt Tarrant is once again returning to South Australia to build on his award-winning brand of world-class magic and mind-blowing mentalism with his biggest show to date, Happy.
With the largest offering from a South Australian producer and performer this fringe, Preachrs Podcast OnLine and OnStage are thrilled to announce their record-breaking line-up of 10 comedy, theatre, music and interactive events.
No Fixed Address will return to The Gov on Thursday 25 March to celebrate the renaming of Rundle Mall Laneway after the celebrated local band.
In Hotline, Abandoman (a.k.a. Rob Broderick) will call on the help of the audience to bring musical improvisation to new, glorious heights, writing the next big hits for Ed Sheeran, Lin Manuel, The Weeknd and more.
While every effort was made to keep +Live+ on the bill, due to scheduling conflicts and the on-going difficulties the world has been subject to, the band are unable to make it to Australia during the new timeframe.
A blend of song, satire, comedy and a touch of burlesque, Endo Days tells Libby’s story of living with endometriosis, a condition that affects 1 in 10 Australian women, with an average diagnosis time of seven years