‘Twice’ “Music from the Motion Picture Once”’ is exactly as advertised – Celtic/Folk/Bluegrass band Gypsy Rumble present the […]
The original line-up of the California Crooners Club returned for opening weekend of Fringe, five years after their […]
The Dolly Parton Story is a lot of fun and a real crowd pleaser. If you’re a country music fan, it would definitely be worth finding an hour in your busy Fringe schedule to check this show out.
Friendly Feminism For The Mild Mannered acts as a fantastic showcase for the immensely talented Millicent Sarre and her band, and presents the often polarising topic of feminism in a humorous manner, encouraging inclusivity and discussion rather than lecturing and finger-pointing.
The Nashville Story provides a reasonable overview of the shifting forms and styles that constitute the history of American country music, but struggles, at times, to do the chosen set of songs justice.
S-27 explores what occurs when people repress their moral instincts in the fulfilment of their duties during times of revolution and war. The energy it takes to remain dispassionate soon drains away, leaving everyone exposed and threatened.
The Bands on Track initiative is the result of an ongoing collaboration between Music SA and the Superloop Adelaide 500 and now Music on Track takes the opportunities even further for our local artists.
A predictable comedy featuring an impressive comedic cast.
As well as presenting a new body of work as a part of his solo exhibition Lollipop Land, Dave is co-curating several visual artists creating installations as a part of Utopia at RCC, co-designing NEON, and painting and creating artwork for several installations across Adelaide Fringe.
A former school teacher, Thomas swapped his whiteboard marker for a mic, and hasn’t looked back.