The Late Bloomers’ Adelaide Fringe show, Scotland! is impressionistic, surrealistic, non-linear and told mostly in mime and sound effects, yet by the end of it you will be glad you made the journey.
Unassumingly acerbic, Brady’s conversational comedy style had the crowd hanging on every word.
Stephen Buchanan is a fine comedy craftsman and, should he choose to continue to ply his trade, there seems no doubt that he will be playing in much larger venues at future festivals. His Fringe show – Purpleberry – is a lot of fun.
Amy Hetherington is an extremely talented comedian and, on the strength of this performance, deserves a sell-out Fringe season before she heads off to the Melbourne Comedy Festival where, no doubt, further fame and fortune await her.
Séayoncé is a small piece of overtly offensive brilliance!
‘The Sleeping Trees: World Tour’ is a very funny show that will repay you in belly laughs for any financial and temporal sacrifice you may have made in attending the performance. It is unreservedly recommended!
She’s an award-winning comedian and writer and she’s back on Australian roads for her Control Enthusiast tour through January and February visiting Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. Sarah’s last Australian show, Outsider, was a totally sold out tour seen by over 25,000 people.
Triage! – A Nursing Cabaret suffers a little from its uneven structure and approach but Zuleika Khan certainly has a strong voice, a clear sense of passion and a wicked sense of humour, so
this show is definitely with examining.
Ben Knight’s comedy show, The Parent Teacher Interview, will certainly make you laugh, but will also offer you a lot of common sense insight into how the education experience should be approached by all of its major stakeholders.
Tackling religion is never easy, but the good folk from Adelaide’s own George Glass Comedy do it with […]