Amy Nancarrow

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CABARET FESTIVAL – The Girl Who Jumped Off the Hollywood Sign – 4K

Joanne Hartstone is building quite the career on interesting, engaging monologues of strong women. Following her premiere of That Daring Australian Girl at this year’s Adelaide Fringe, Hartstone brings her production The Girl Who Jumped Off the Hollywood Sign back to Adelaide after a year touring it to Edinburgh and the US. Evie Edwards is preparing to leap …

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CABARET FESTIVAL 2018 – Carla Lippis: Cast a Dark Shadow – 5K, Adelaide Festival Centre

Chanteuse Carla Lippis, supported by her talented band, rips through a range of rock and roll classics, original tunes, and cabaret classics in an excellent hour of entertainment that does the Adelaide Cabaret Festival proud. Chic in black outfits, her trademark bob, and blood-red lipstick, Lippis is instantly iconic as she works her way through …

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Fringe 2018: Betty Grumble: Love and Anger – 4.5K, GOUD

How to describe Betty Grumble: Love and Anger? Here’s a few buzzwords: controversial, inspiring, confronting, hilarious, thought-provoking, sexual, opinionated, and unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. Betty is inspired by Valerie Solanis’ Scum Manifesto, and weaves her way through cabaret, poetry, comedy, and even art. Not for the faint-of-heart, you’ll see every inch of Betty’s …

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Fringe 2018: Shitfaced Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet – 5K, Gluttony

One iconic play. Five actors. A shit-ton of booze. Shitfaced Shakespeare might be exactly as it says on the tin, but that doesn’t mean its unimaginative. A fantastic mix of improvisation, constructed comedy, and theatre, this production of Romeo and Juliet is unlike anything you’ve ever seen. On this particular night, Romeo was the intoxicated …

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Fringe 2018: James Donald Forbes McCann: McCann-dle in the Wind – 4.5K, Raj House

James McCann tackles everything from Catholicism, to sex clowns, to call centres (or, as he terms them, ‘hope graveyards’) in his new show, “James Donald Forbes McCann: McCann-dle in the Wind”. A favourite in Adelaide’s comedy scene, McCann doesn’t hold back as he dissects his upcoming marriage, his previous (depressing) work history, and the newly-found …

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Fringe 2018: Undercover Refugee – 4K – The Producers

Sit back as Karen and David take you through a lighthearted, yet very real, tale of Karen’s work with Syrian refugees in Lesbos, and in transit across Europe into Germany. Part theatre, part comedy, Karen weaves a tale of the social media obsessed volunteers, kindhearted refugees, mafia bosses, and sleazy and racist policemen that she …

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Fringe 2018: GINGZILLA: Glamonster VS The World – 4.5K – Gluttony

Gingzilla is THE Glamonster. 7ft tall, Gingzilla is unleashed upon the world after putting up with too much of the patriarchy. Armed with a powerhouse voice, a killer wardrobe, and the most amazing pair of heels you’ve ever seen, Gingzilla gets her revenge on those that would keep her from being her most glamourous self. Firstly, …

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FRINGE 2018 – Marcel Blanch-de-Wilt: Love and Cordial – 4K – The Producers

There’s one word to describe Marcel Blanch-de-Wilt’s show Love and Cordial: sweet. Detailing the story of how he met his wife, Marcel weaves a journey of self-discovery, love, misery, and life’s ups and downs whilst he was getting $1 movies, letting go of his NIDA dreams, and writing punny copy for a cordial company. As the Venue …

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FRINGE 2017 – Delia Obst – 4K – Chateau Apollo

Delia Obst, an Adelaide-based folk singer, brought her whimsical talents to Frome Street’s Chateau Apollo for the Adelaide Fringe. Presented by The Porch Sessions, this performance was very much in the same vein; Persian rugs adorned the floor, relaxed musicians take the stage, surrounded by nature and the hip surrounds of Roxie’s next door. Whilst …

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Fringe 2018 – We Are Ian – 4.5K – Gluttony

Nora, Dora, and Kat are three of the best physical comedians you’ll see this Fringe. The three women weren’t around in 1989, the year of partying, defying Thatcher, necking brown biscuits and dancing until your feet bleed, but Ian was – and he’s going to take them back in time to show them how to …

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