The woman sitting next to me kindly informed me that she had quite literally wet her pants (seriously)!
Absurd, ridiculous, funny, surprising and skilfully performed, Trygve Wakenshaw & Barnie Duncan: Different Party is a little bit weird, but a little bit wonderful.
No MC, no pretence. Just a whole lot of fun and fabulous, the award winning No Frills is coming to Adelaide Fringe after a sell-out Melbourne season.
Djuki Mala is joy enhancing. It’s inspiring, enthralling, thrilling and utterly intoxicating.
Don’t be fooled, if you’re looking for some Vampire with a heart of gold story, this isn’t it. This Nosferatu is dark and nightmarish, and nearly 100 years on, is still widely considered a masterpiece of cinema.
Funny, clever, engaging and affecting, Blank Tiles is perfect, and if we could give it more than 5 stars, we certainly would have.
Deco Dolls will seduce and delight, and Nexus will play the perfect host to a night of tantalising theatre.
In a show that is about as clever as theatre can possibly get, Parlour Games will play your heart like an instrument and will ignite your imagination.
With a set of rollicking sea shanties and some death defying stunts, Aaarrrr! All Aboard For Piratey Variety is fantastic fun.
See this show if you’re tired of the usual cabaret formula and want your one hour musical offering with a generous dose of the grotesque.