Whilst comedian Evan Desmarais’ unfettered honesty made for some brief moments of audience discomfort, overall, it is actually a heart-warming tale of human yearning and our ever-changing sense of our own life’s priorities.
Scottish Comedian Of The Year Winner – Marc Jennings is a patchy show. There are definitely some amusing moments, but some flat spots too.
Two of Us is the latest offering from Adelaide duo Harry and Lucy. Their show covers some of the greatest duets in popular culture, with their set broken into four parts – best friends, lovers, family talent and when the stars align.
Three chords, blood sweat and Gucci billboards! Amyl and the Sniffers were a true RCC – Fringe festival highlight bringing in punters from far and wide exclusively to witness.
Winefulness is completely and utterly relatable. York’s connection with her audience is undeniable; the performer was hell-bent on them having a good time. As the people poured out of The Parlour with smiles ear to ear, it was clear York achieved her objective. Cheers to that!
While their Fringe season may be over, Motown Connections are regulars on the Adelaide circuit, and if you’re a lover of all things sixties soul, then you must keep an eye out for their next show.
A folksy dream recounting Joni Mitchell’s life through her songs and how motherhood played a part.
Back To Black: The Music Of Amy Winehouse is fairly short at fifty minutes, but every one of those minutes is a total joy. Reine Beau Anderson Dudley is a star!
During the Media Call we spoke to several international WOMAD artists, that included B. Dance, Orquestra Akokan, and Brian Goldsmith. We also had a chance to take some photos of the artists.
As a non-profit organisation, WOMADelaide’s continued growth depends on philanthropy to support the success, diversity and creativity excellence of the festival.
Once such supporter is Simon Hackett who spoke with aspiring journalist Bert Rich about the place WOMADelaide has within Adelaide’s culture.