Author's details

Name: Gabriel Olaer
Date registered: February 15, 2015

Latest posts

  1. THEATRE – Dracula – Space Theatre – 4.5K — September 8, 2017
  2. FRINGE 2017 – Quarter Life Crisis – German Club – 3K — March 11, 2017
  3. FRINGE 2017 – Grossed Out Gameshow – The Speakeasy – 5K — March 5, 2017
  4. FRINGE 2017 – #FirstWorldWhiteGirls: Botox Party – The Parlour – 5K — March 4, 2017
  5. FRINGE 2017 – Gabriel – Holden Street Theatres – 4K — February 27, 2017

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Sep 08

THEATRE – Dracula – Space Theatre – 4.5K

If you are fascinated by special effects or a brilliant use of a revolving stage, then this show is for you. The story is about Count Dracula, and the tales of Transylvania. This theatre performance features incredible use of the stage where it feels like you’re watching a movie. The lights and sounds synchronised in …

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Mar 11

FRINGE 2017 – Quarter Life Crisis – German Club – 3K

Steph dazzled the stage with her stage presence but there was no microphone to amplify her monologue, despite this, she projects very well where most bits were audible. A sense of enthusiasm came through but was suddenly dampened with the sentiments of someone nearly there, but not quite there yet. The show tackled on the character’s …

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Mar 05

FRINGE 2017 – Grossed Out Gameshow – The Speakeasy – 5K

Slimed Up with Comedian Matthew Giffen and Gameshow Assistants

A highly entertaining and interactive program for the family. Brings out the excitement from the kids and a very good way for them to burn off all that sugar! 5K

Mar 04

FRINGE 2017 – #FirstWorldWhiteGirls: Botox Party – The Parlour – 5K

There are so many problems in the world, this problem includes which show to watch for the Adelaide Fringe. Well, this one is something worth checking out. Tiffany is back again with her real problems but now it seems age and her narcissism have caught up. #FirstWorldWhiteGirls: Botox Party is a satirical show that provides …

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Feb 27

FRINGE 2017 – Gabriel – Holden Street Theatres – 4K

GABRIEL is a barefooted ballet by the Victorian State Ballet that incorporates various styles from contemporary and classical dance. The performance is very expressionist in its sense and can deem to have some sense for most of the show, but you don’t take notice much of it because the breathtaking moves are magnificent and captivating. An …

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Feb 24

FRINGE 2017 – Murder, Mystery & Mayhem Night Tour – West Terrace Cemetery – 4K

Adelaide’s West Terrace Cemetery is the home of about 150,000 souls that helped shaped the city that we know today. With most graves of which lay the people who witnessed the dark and grim days of when the City of Churches was once dubbed the Murder Capital of Australia. The eeriness starts from when you …

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Mar 12

Fringe 2015: I Liked You Better Online – Bakehouse Theatre – 3.5K


The pretentious persona to pick up a potential partner is definitely the theme. I Liked You Better Online is the tale of the romance over technology. It is an absolute comedy that takes the show and the characters we play online to enhance our-not-very-interesting-selves. Emerging from the darkness with great enthusiasm, Luke McMahon who played …

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Mar 05

FRINGE 2015 – #FirstWorldWhiteGirls – La Boheme – 5K


We live in such a problematic society, and we feel as if we are alone. This show will make you realise that our problems are either they’re smaller than you think or they’re more than real than they should be. With a very appropriate venue, Brisbane beauties, Judy Hainsworth and Kaitlin Oliver Parker, better known …

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Feb 28

FRINGE 2015: Truth Be Told Neel Kolhatkar – ComedySuperNova – 4.5K

If you’re looking for some culture, like one of the audience – you won’t go wrong on this. Truth Be Told speaks for itself, as this Youtube comedian speaks of what is happening in … it gets funnier. If you recognise this bloke from his ‘Australia in 2 minutes’ video that catapulted him to this …

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