After fifty years in the business, one of the things Russell Morris has clearly mastered is how to put together a setlist to please everyone.
Zach told us about a recent adventure he had recently had in London, that we probably shouldn’t publish for reasons that will soon become obvious.
I reckon this one is particularly suited to the ladies; there was more than a little bit of mascara running from tears of laughter.
You need to approach this show with an open mind; it’s bizarre, quirky and not for the easily offended.
Le Gateau Chocolat and Jonny Woo are onto a real winner with A Night at the Musicals. It’s a simple but highly effective concept: two hugely entertaining performers in drag (bathing suits mostly) presenting highlights from the musicals.
It’s rare to find a children’s show that is so densely packed with ideas, while also remaining accessible, but Duckie manages to pull this off.
Late night at the Fringe is a strange, crazy time and thankfully there are an increasing number of acts that take advantage of this unique atmosphere. The well-lubricated audiences of 11 pm are up for a good time and Cult delivers just that.
There’s some terrific improvisation, impressive acrobatics and lots of laughs – a fun one for the kids.
Adelaide’s favourite fake German, Berlin Boy Wonder and Willsy’s favourite accessory, Hans (AKA Matt Gilbertson), is back for Fringe Festival, and he’s sparklier than ever.
The hilarious and incomparable Asher and Gypsy talk about their brand new show!