Anna Thomas is clearly passionate about wine. In How To Drink Wine Like A Wanker, Thomas takes the […]
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.