Category Archive: Fringe 2013

Fringe 2013

Feb 23

FRINGE 2015: Bromance – Royal Croquet Club – Ukiyo – 4K

Bromance – Noun (informal) 1. A close but non-sexual relationship between two men. Early 21st cent: blend of brother and romance. The first show by this troupe of 3 young Brits, Charlie Wheeller, Beren D’Amico and Louis Gift, which they put together after graduating from London’s circus school, The Circus Space, earning accolades in Edinburgh …

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Apr 28

FRINGE 2013 – MKA’s Unsex Me – The Producers Bar – By Mark Wilson – 3.5k

Be warned Unsex Me is extremely confronting and conservative minded folk may well walk out wiping their brow. 3.5K

Mar 19

ADELAIDE FRINGE 2013 – All Washed Up! – 4K

By Anthony Nguyen   In a fantastic opening musical number displaying the evident musically trained voices, the self-proclaimed ‘bad boys of musical theatre’ make a splash into the Adelaide Fringe with an uplifting musical comedy show titled All Washed Up! The comedy duo consists of: Andrew, a tall, happy-go-lucky and often narcissistic man, and his …

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Mar 19

ADELAIDE FRINGE 2013 – Smart Casual: The Older Brother (aka The Curse of Doug) – 3.5K

By Anthony Nguyen   Donned in their adult-sized school uniforms, droll Roger David and his more musically talented half-brother Fletcher Jones opened in an awkward yet weirdly entertaining entrance to their new Adelaide Fringe show Smart Casual: The Older Brother (a.k.a. The Curse of Doug). The comedy duo reminisce with a hilarious recount on the …

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Mar 14

Adelaide Fringe 2013 – Symphony of Strange – Tuxedo Cat

Gareth Hart’s latest offering, Symphony of Strange, is just that – bizarre, eccentric, and plain weird. Set on the top floor of Tuxedo Cat, this show was alien and incredibly outlandish. Endearing themselves immediately to the audience members by providing chilli chocolate and damp washcloths to combat the 39degree night, the performers led us into …

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Mar 14

Adelaide Fringe 2013 – Alice in the Madhouse – The Birdcage

It is upsetting that my favourite show of the 2013 Adelaide Fringe, in my favourite venue of this year’s festival, was discovered so close to the end of the season. First to the venue – The Birdcage is one of the seemingly dozens of pop-up theatres around the state at the moment. Located in the …

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Mar 14

FRINGE 2013 – Uta Uber Kool Ja – Richmond Hotel – 3.5K

Uta is a very different kind of show and ideally presented for the Fringe – it is zany, self-indulgent and often very funny with some Dame Edan touches. 3.5K

Mar 14

FRINGE: Circus – A Simple Space – The Birdcage – 5K

Gravity & Other Myths are a local group of alumni from Cirkidz who show audiences just what the human body is capable of. Accompanied by Elliot Zoerner on drums, the five featured performers (Lachlan Binns, Jascha Boyce, Jacob Randell, Martin Schreiber and Triton Tunis-Mitchell) throw themselves into each segment of the show with monumental energy …

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Mar 13

FRINGE: Cabaret – Geraldine Quinn: You’re the Voice – La Boheme – 5K

As an audience member, it’s not often that you begin a show by standing to attention and singing the National Anthem. Perhaps it should be done more frequently; it certainly seemed to get everyone into the mood for You’re the Voice.Geraldine Quinn is not afraid to show her love of the anthem in all its …

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Mar 12

FRINGE: Theatre – Confessions of a Grindr Addict – Bakehouse Theatre – 4K

Felix (Gavin Roach) has met a romantic love interest the old fashioned way (in actual real life!) for the first time in a long time, and he is counting down the hours until their first date.  He’s a little unsure of exactly how to play out this situation, given that all of his hook-ups for …

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