By Olivia Henry Upon walking into Le Cascadeur, the audience is met with a colourful pile of rubbish, and a pair of long, stiletto-clad legs protruding from a trash can. What follows is a very odd, one-woman cabaret adventure to save the world. Betty Grumble is a self-described surreal showgirl and obscene beauty …
Category Archive: Dance
With excellent guitar accompaniment throughout by Aloysius Leeson and Marduk Gault , Pena Flamenca is a very accomplished and enjoyable experience. 4.5K
By Peter Maddern No matter the sometimes lame efforts of the Fringe Office to promote otherwise (where is this year’s street parade going?), The Garden of Unearthly Delights is well entrenched as the spiritual home of the Adelaide Fringe. As the years have gone on, so it seems the Garden continues to grow, now nearly …
In this interview, Festival Director, Joseph Mitchell speaks about his vision for the festival, the revamp of the Moon Lantern Festival, the must see shows and the Indonesian connection.
The Adelaide Festival Centre was charmed last night by an immaculate performance by the Australian Ballet. Three exquisite performances captured the audience and held them until the last step. The first, Monotones II, involves a trio dancing to the heavenly piano of Erik Satie. Frederick Ashton should be commended for his beautiful choreography, the trio …