Fahrenheit 11/9 is an unsettling viewing experience, but encourages its audience to join the collective call for change and to take action to stop our world from entering an even darker period of political insanity.
A Star is Born is powered by strong performances from both Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper and is a touching and tear-jerking love story that deals with the dramatic life of being in showbiz.
The real joy of this theatrical rendition is in the language, preserving the power and humour of Winton’s writing and its genuine Australian voice. Matched with some excellent staging and a solid ensemble of actors, That Eye, the Sky is a satisfying piece of theatre.
Elixir has it all – physical theatre, eye candy and a bit of good ol’ fashioned slapstick. It’s no surprise that Elixir is a hit with Fringe-goers time and time again.
All you need to know is you should see this show.
Gameshow of Thrones is definitely worth a look if you love Game of Thrones.
In the Club deals with a difficult topic some would prefer we sweep under the rug by unashamedly pushing it right into the spotlight.
With cooler temperatures and a slightly less intense atmosphere, Day Four was the perfect end to WOMADelaide 2018.
There’s plenty of laughs to be had and a lot of joy to share in Mary’s Divas Spectacular so if you love a good drag show and celebrating out local queens please come along, have a Schlong (Island Iced Tea) .
Brilliant, emotive, inspiring, challenging, captivating and touching.