South Australia’s newest multi genre immersive performance space, The Lab, has announced their latest classical music series, Interlude. […]
Sooshi Mango’s newest two-hour show Off The Boat holds no exception to the Melbourne boys’ wildly magnetic humour that encapsulates their proud Italian Australian heritage, in trademark skits and hilarious musical numbers inspired by their parents and the older generation.
Adelaide Talent Expo is bringing accessible and talent-focused performance education to the community with a weekend of acting workshops, Q&A sessions and a “Be Seen” performance zone where aspiring actors can pick up a script and be directed live.
Audiences will never look at a deck of cards the same again after experiencing Dom’s up close and personal show through the use of a giant screen that will leave crowds questioning all that they see.
If they’re cute, they’re usually a little bit psycho, and Miss Zella Shear holds no exception with the premiere of her one woman show, Bird Be Crazy this Adelaide Fringe with discounted tickets available to both concession and BankSA card holders.
Giving highlight queer stories and disabilities in theatre, Call of the Malleefowl delivers a diverse cast of South Australian talent with a focus on leading roles for women.
Showcasing a 15-piece classical orchestra and six South Australian rock musicians and vocalists, Classic Bruce presents 12 of Springsteen’s career defining hits.
It’s home time for RCC who this Adelaide Fringe are going full circle, back to where it all began at Victoria Square bringing a bold new-look program full of participatory theatre, immersive light installations and live music.
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.