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Did you ever want to be a superhero but didn’t know where to start? Bec Hill’s Stand-Up comedy currently being seen at the Adelaide Fringe Festival looks at becoming a superhero from car to cape and with cheese on toast thrown in for good measure.
3xperimentia: Live Cut now in its Adelaide Fringe Festival season was created by award winning international choreographer, Amanda Phillips and, rising composer and new media artist, Alexander Mitchell.
Three cute guys, music comedy, audience participation and live YouTube style interaction. This Adelaide Fringe Festival shas electricity running through it…literally.
The Wet Spots are an internationally acclaimed cabaret duo, and you can understand why when you have the sometimes awkward pleasure of seeing their performance at the 2009 Adelaide Fringe Festival.
Recently graduated from the VCA, John Frankland and Stephanie Evison-Williams can be see in Surviving a Modern World currently at the Butterfly Club.
Adelaide Fringe Festival's Down & Out troupe of performers dish out some serious party tricks!
The Higher Ground Theatre on Light Square (in the centre of Adelaide) is a great, intimate venue for this pan-historical, cross-cultural, knock-your-socks-off cabaret show at the Adelaide Fringe Festival.
By now Melbourne audiences are used to the theatrical and cabaret brilliance of Finucane and Smith, currently performing at La Mama in Melbourne.
The Adelaide Fringe Festival's The Undressing Room is a brand new show for Imogen Kelly. A NIDA graduate and a notorious burlesque performer who calculates she has undressed for more than 1, 000, 000 people.
At Natacha’s Melbourne show at the Arts Centre, the audience was treated to this ‘East meets West’ medley, of mesmerizing sounds of love declarations and lament.
Performance Space's Night Garden – My Darling Patricia at Carriageworks presents a dream like succession of images and characters, overlaying themes and emotions to leave the audience with a haunting impression of a uniquely Australian story mired in the darkness between a mother and son.
Last night, sitting in the audience for Griffin Theatre Company’s production of Tattoo, I found myself struck by the following passage of dialogue: ‘I stick / my needle into your flesh / again and again / a Tattoo / which you’ll keep / for life / a mark / indelible.’
Hemispheres is the world music programme of the Sydney Opera House, bringing to Sydney a wide range of artists from all corners of the world – among them such legends as Cesaria Evora and Salif Keita, but also young artists like tonight's Sa Dingding
Some very strange and bizarre work, some very exciting performances for week two of Short Sweet+Dance.
Two brand new cabarets take over the stage this week at Melbourne's The Butterfly Club. Featuring three talented young performers, the shows are fun, silly, musical, bright, colourful and just a lot irreverent.
Piers Lane, returning home for a series of concerts, was an excellent choice to present the first piano recital in the Melbourne Recital Centre's Elisabeth Murdoch Hall, and to inaugurate a new Steinway Concert Grand (the Brahms).
Presented by Mujahid Ahmed at the Lion Arts Centre is the Adelaide Fringe Festival's Mujahid Ahmed is on African Time.
Patrick Flynn in the Adelaide Fringe Festival's Hollow Trophy is a very convincing ‘Aussie Rules Footy Hero’, lock up your daughters when these heroes’ hit town as no one would be safe!
Adelaide Fringe Festival's Capture, from Playground, is showing at Colour Cosmetica, which is actually a Hair studio, so very small and very intimate.
This was a full house, standing ovation performance. 'Complexions' blends traditional classical ballet with the edge of contemporary dance, in dynamic, energetic performances which explore all aspects of society.
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