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The strength of Adelaide Fringe Festival's The Only One is that we have a lead singer who sounds near enough to the original and who knows his way around the songs and sings them sincerely from the heart.
Perth comedian, Zack Adams is worth getting out of bed for. He’s even worth the 27 & a half flights of stairs you have to climb to get to the cozy rooftop venue, The Tuxedo Cat in the heart of Adelaide – Rundle Street.
The Glass Menagerie is a timeless, contemporary American classic. Tennessee Williams’ beautifully crafted, semi-autobiographical play portrays the transformation of Tom Wingfield from a St Louis warehouse worker during the depression who can only dream of adventure, to a merchant seaman who wanders the world.
This week sees the invasion of The Butterfly Club in South Melbourne by a horde of theatrical women, voices at the ready, biting senses of humour and stories galore.
'Duality of Light' is a New media exhibition using video instillation, photography and film to create immersive and intimate artworks.
I admit that I’ve lived in Melbourne most of my life and never crossed the foyer of the gorgeous Astor Theatre, what a charming, grandiose old girl she is. Opened in the 1930’s with a current seating capacity of around 1100, she easily holds the expectant crowd of this, the opening night of the Melbourne Queer Film Festival.
Everynight, Everynight gives a dramatic account of the brutality and violent acts upon prisoners by guards, and the consequent Royal Commission that ensued.
FedFest held this past weekend in the Federation Square Atrium provided enthusiastic film aficionados the chance to view the work of some of Australia’s foremost short filmmakers.
Held in the reasonably intimate upstairs of Distill Health Bar in Rundle Street, 'Titters!' has proved to be a fabulously cackle of an evening.
At this year's Adelaide Fringe Festival Paul Grabowsky showed why he has become an internationally renowned pianist.
Lucie Thorne has a soft, breathy voice that soothes as much as it speaks.
The director of the Australian Chamber Orchestra, Richard Tognetti, is closely identified with the ensemble’s superb reputation but concerts like this demonstrate that it can play as well with a guest director.
Graceful and lilting with soulful sounds, I found I had to forcibly detangle my soul from this amazingly brilliant music, when Me And The Grownups ended their set at this year's Adelaide Fringe Festival.
As part of the Adelaide Fringe Festival, Go Begging in association with Urban Theatre of Youth are presenting the South Australian premiere of Samuel Beckett’s Rough for the Theatre II.
As the title suggests you’re in for some onstage live action carnage in Cellblock Booty currently showing at the Adelaide Fringe Festival.
There is an innate and deliberate feel of time moving slowly in 'The Grocer’s Son'.
Lost Everything, the new feature for filmmaker Kim St Leon, will have it’s Australian debut at the Melbourne Queer Film Festival which begins it 19th season tonight at St Kilda’s majestic Astor theatre tonight.
Roberto Fonseca and his Quintet from Cuba performed at the Lismore Town Hall. Direct from his Australian debut (as bandleader) at the Sydney Opera House, and the only other show he will be performing in Australia, Roberto Fonseca and his Quintet (who have been playing together in Havana full time for three years) wowed the audience and left them bleeding for more.
THEATRE REVIEW: The Old Fitzroy Theatre - 'Vigil' the latest work showing at The Old Fitzroy Theatre is by Morris Panych, Canadian playwright, director and actor.
Goodbye Vaudeville Charlie Mudd now playing at the Malthouse came first from an idea Chris Kohn had after reading a book about the vaudevillian era.
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