Laurie has created something which alternates between humorous songs and on-point storytelling using her clever dry wit, making for an enjoyable, out-of-this-world cabaret experience.
Safety Banana is an interesting and humorous performance based around the premise of finding and losing love, a universally relatable experience.
Follow Cyn and her band through this rock-cabaret, as she sets the scene of her musical career that started up in the 80s, and what surrounded her one hit that (nearly) made it to the top of the charts.
As the music sways with ethereal melodies, the stark background of pure light shifts colours dramatically, silhouetting the artists in mysterious shadow. The colours change in nostalgic fashion as your inner child shouts to itself, “This is an Art Attack. This is an Art Attack. This is! ART ATTACK!”
This year, Expressions Media in collaboration with WOMADelaide and The Upside News, is running Headliners, a course where young people learn the art of music journalism and then put those skills into practice by interviewing
RanDom, as the title suggests, is a random selection of tricks and illusions, where, rather than sitting in the audience of a magic show, you feel like you’re at a party or in Dom’s lounge room – he just makes you feel so damned comfortable.
Full of humour and poignancy, there is never a dull moment in Don’t Do It, Don’t Do It, Do It!, and I can honestly say that I haven’t quite seen a show like this during the Fringe.
Written and performed by Patrick Livesey, The Boy, George is the exploration of what might happen if Queen Elizabeth died, the Monarchy is overthrown and a bratty and entitled Prince George refuses to leave the palace.
While it is often uncomfortable, Cockroach offers an honest and brutal perspective on gendered violence that will stay with you for days
Guitar master Harts will play WOMADelaide this Monday evening in a one off festival appearance with his full band. A later addition to the bill, it was a chance occurrence at an Adelaide gig back in November that led to his inclusion.