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ADELAIDE FRINGE FESTIVAL REVIEW: Autobahn

'Autobahn' is comprised of six sketches of two people travelling in a car and the discussions that occur between them.

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ADELAIDE FRINGE FESTIVAL REVIEW: After the End

But for the tiered seating that retreats from the underdressed stage, when entering the theatre, one might make the mistake…

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ADELAIDE FRINGE FESTIVAL REVIEW: Taxing Lyrical - Lehmo

The Rhino Room in Adelaide’s East End is the perfect venue for any one man comedy show and Lehmo’s Taxing…

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ADELAIDE FRINGE FESTIVAL REVIEW: I Have a Dream

Opening night for Movin’ Melvin Browns I Have Dream (Soul to Soul) show was at the Norwood Live venue, a…

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ADELAIDE FRINGE FESTIVAL REVIEW: A Company of Strangers

'A Company of Strangers' is a cabaret that is showing in The Spiegeltent, which is a beautiful venue$$s$$ intimate, but…

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ADELAIDE FRINGE FESTIVAL REVIEW: Sherlock Holmes & the Saline Solution

The lads from Sound & Fury would like to have us believe that they’re idiots with nothing to say.

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ADELAIDE FRINGE FESTIVAL REVIEW: Scarborough

Scarborough performed at the Adelaide Fringe Festival is directed by Martha Lott, written by Fiona Evens and performed by Emily…

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Soldier calls the tune

THERE will be no cannons fired during performances of the Queensland Orchestra, at least not literally, even though it is…

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FILM REVIEW: Chandni Chowk To China

Chandni Chowk To China is the first ever Bollywood Kung-Fu comedy produced by Warner Bros, who clearly must have had…

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