Roque has a voice made to fill arenas – experience her in the intimate Ruby Slipper Chronicles before you will only be able to see her at a distance in big musical productions.
Amity Dry’s Fortified is an ode to the performer’s recent struggles after her marriage breakdown, particularly as she navigates the tricky world of co-parenting, online dating and the reformation of identity within singledom.
There can be no doubt, Tash York is a powerhouse. Her 2018 Fringe show, Adulting, was fabulous and she has continued to deliver the goods in 2019 with Badass.
It’s taken years of hard work and realisations, but Jamie Kuijpers and the crew at Basket Case are taking the lead on recreating a full Green Day experience for fans, taking fans back to the 90’s with a tribute to Dookie on its 25th anniversary year.
Alex Rossi’s After Party is the perfect way to cap off your night of Fringing. The US singer/guitarist does rhythm and blues the old school way – really hitting that sweet spot.
Bubble Show for Adults embodies what the roots and heart of Fringe Festival is all about – the whacky, the weird and the wonderful!
Funny, fabulous and fiercely feminist, Fringe Wives Club has some really important things to say and the best bit is, they say it in song.
Music SA has announced the winners of the annual Bands on Track competition – six SA acts who will perform in the Superloop Adelaide 500After Race Concert Series, opening for some of the biggest names in international and Australian music.
This March long weekend, there’s no better place to celebrate the best that South Australia has to offer.
After dazzling viewers on hit US TV show Penn & Teller: Fool Us and winning millions of viral internet fans with his ‘beer magic’, Melbourne magician Dom Chambers is returning to the Adelaide Fringe with even more laughs and pints up his sleeve in RanDom.