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Adelaide Fringe Festival’s Punch & Judy is an intense sell out show at the Puppet Palace, found in the Garden Of Unearthly Delights.
Adelaide Fringe Festival's 1000 Years of German Humour
brings plenty of humour to the soul and provides a chance to forget the recession, the state of the world and any other soul destroying events which may fill our lives at this current time.
The Adelaide Fringe Festival's The Planets was originally composed by Gustav Holst, back in 1913, and was first performed in 1919. It was based on Holst’s own interest in the astrological nature of the planets, due to the planets influence on the horoscope.
ADELAIDE FRINGE FESTIVAL Black Coffee: Set in a 1950’s club named Black Coffee, this show comes alive with the energy and pizzazz of sharp jazz, complete with the aroma of good strong black coffee.
ADELAIDE FRINGE FESTIVAL - Circus Trick Tease is performed in The Garden of Unearthly Delights in Adelaide’s East End, and this show is pure entertainment from start to end.
'Autobahn' is comprised of six sketches of two people travelling in a car and the discussions that occur between them.
The six comedians had an approximate ten minute time slot for their individual acts.
'Make Me Honest, Make Me Wedding Cake.' is showing at The Stables, just behind The Stag Hotel in the East End of Adelaide.
It was cold, wet and overcast in Adelaide, setting the scene for 'The Grimstones – Hatched': a quirky puppet performance about a girl named Martha, who can see people’s dreams and, in an effort to lighten the heart of her grieving mother, she decides to use magic to make a baby brother.
Ever seen a one man band in the heart of Adelaide city?
The Rhino Room in Adelaide’s East End is the perfect venue for any one man comedy show and Lehmo’s Taxing Lyrical is no exception.
But for the tiered seating that retreats from the underdressed stage, when entering the theatre, one might make the mistake that they had walked in to a hybrid club filled with bohemian misfits and the intergalactic misunderstood throwing back shots of smoking liquor
If you don’t know Yolande Moreau by name, you’ll likely recognise the star of 'Séraphine’s' distinctive phizog, the talented performer a veteran of modern European cinema familiar to Western audiences for roles in breakout French-set confections such as 'Amelie' and 'Paris, je t’aime.'
'Binge' is a very realistic portrayal of the true story of the lives of six teenagers at a local Adelaide high school.
Written by Mark O’Connor and performed entirely by David Malikoff, this performance explores the realities of nature versus multinational big business.
This is Coppin’s first time at the Adelaide Fringe and straight from the start, from the first kick off (soccer talk) this smart, quick witted “Gobby” from the UK, certainly captured the audience’s attention.
'A Company of Strangers' is a cabaret that is showing in The Spiegeltent, which is a beautiful venue$$s$$ intimate, but with a wonderful old world feel.
Opening night for Movin’ Melvin Browns I Have Dream (Soul to Soul) show was at the Norwood Live venue, a classic intimate and relaxed cabaret style spot. The room was almost full and crowd was ready to be entertained.
Sometimes the simple things in life are often the best. 'Love Me Know More' (Deux jours a tuer) certainly lives up to this saying.
The lads from Sound & Fury would like to have us believe that they’re idiots with nothing to say.
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