Category: Performing Art

Performing Art

FRINGE THEATRE – Our Solar System – Holden Street Theatres – 4.5K

An intimate and wholehearted one-man performance, Our Solar System is refreshingly honest and unpretentious theatre. Exciting newcomers to the Fringe scene. Kryztoff 4.5K

Fringe 2020 – Daniel Connell – Cheers Big Ears – 3.5k

By Riccardo Barone “When you go shopping, what’s in others baskets? In one of them there was chicken breast, mars bars and a lub.” I am not going to write here the rest… (wink). Daniel Connell works hard on his comedy show with inspirational improvisations and solid ideas at the base. Hilarious is the reading …

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FRINGE 2020 – Renfield : In the Shadow of the Vampire – 4K

Is it madness to want to live forever? What lengths would you go to in order to postpone death? To maintain your youth, strength, vitality? This darkly funny production poses these questions and more. Nominally set in a lunatic asylum of the late 1800s the ideas it contains are pertinent to today’s world where we …

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FRINGE THEATRE – SPITFIRE SOLO – BAKEHOUSE – 4.5K

Written and performed by Nicholas Collett, this is a superb show – what used to be appreciated as great solo theatre. 4.5K

Fringe 2020 – Sorcharess – The Piano Mistress – 3.5k

By Riccardo Barone Just entering The Warehouse Theatre’s premises has been a transitional moment where you could feel to be somewhere else, not Adelaide, not Australia, maybe in a lost in time Italian or French place. Sorcharess will take you on a journey, her journey, through her places, her scents, aromas, drinks and feelings, impressed …

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Fringe Comedy – George Glass Proves the Existence of God – LVL 5 @ RCC – 3K

George Glass bring their unique brand of comedy with cleverly crafted lyrics, rock solid instrumental performances and high energy storytelling to their latest performance at this year’s Adelaide Fringe — ‘George Glass Proves the Existence of God’.

FRINGE THEATRE – A Special Day – Black Box Theatre (Adelaide Botanic Garden) – 5K

A tender remake of the Ettore Scola film, A Special Day. Mesmerising theatre, a past era brought alive again, a delicate rendering of themes still relevant today. Kryztoff 5K

Fringe Theatre – Cold War – Little Theatre @ RCC – 2K

Doppelgangster’s ‘Cold War’ is high energy, fast-paced contemporary theatre – complete with live punk interludes. It’s frenzied, chaotic and doesn’t make much sense, but if you can leave any expectations at the door, you might just enjoy yourself.

FRINGE THEATRE – The Loneliest Woman – Star Theatres – Star Theatre Two – 4K

By Fiona Talbot – Leigh Local playwright Peter Maddern draws on the exploits and adventures of Sir George Hubert Wilkins, an Australian explorer who in 1931 made an unsuccessful attempt to travel under arctic ice in a submarine. The play takes place mainly in the Wilkins home with the audience being privy to dialogue exchanged …

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Fringe 2020 : The Wild Unfeeling World : 4K

In the intimate setting of the Garden at Holden Street Theatres Casey Jay Andrews brings this sad, funny tale to life with wit and compassion. Protagonist Dylan feels that her life is falling apart. A mugging has left her without money or phone. She has just lost her job and has been asked to leave …

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