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ADLFRINGE2021 – Faulty Towers The Dining Experience – Adelaide Oval Pavilion – 5K

Faulty Towers: The Dining Experience is exactly as the name implies: Based on the classic British TV series, this immersive show aims to pull you through the television screen and into the chaotic life of Basil, Sybil and Manuel as they run their tired old hotel. As someone who has watched Fawlty Towers a million …

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ADLFRINGE2021 – Don’t Mess with the Dummies – Gluttony – 4K

By Julia Loipersberger The socially distanced 2021 Adelaide Fringe has well and truly kicked off, starting with the delightful “Don’t Mess with the Dummies”, housed in the beautiful Cornucopia tent at Gluttony. This all-female trio presented a show for young kids featuring three hapless adventurers setting out on a jungle trip into the unknown. Featuring …

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FRINGE 2021: The Bakers – The Mill – 5K

Allons-y! We’re off La Boulangerie de Gustav (which coincidentally resides in The Mill on Angas Street), a French bakery run by Gustav himself along with his two hapless sons, Jean-Pierre and Jean-Claude. Flour will fly, cigarettes are smoked, and you better duck before the deadly slices of bread get smack you right on your forehead. …

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FRINGE 2021: The Kaye Hole – Gluttony – 5K

Raucous, hedonistic host of the night Reuben Kaye professes that this late night cabaret club, The Kaye Hole, is a safe place for dangerous individuals. A place where “women, LGBTQIA+ people, and even *gag* heterosexual men” can be free to be themselves. The Kaye Hole is certainly that – free from the social confines of usual Fringe shows …

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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 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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History of The Early Blues Part II – Cal Williams Jr.+

Wheatsheaf Hotel March 1st – Adelaide Fringe 2020 Review by Gary CLarke – 5K ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Images courtesy of Aaron Root. Following on from Cal William’s sell out performances of part one of ‘Early Blues’ over the last few years Cal and his band ‘Great Moose’ decided to extrapolate on the theme extending into later incarnations …

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Fringe 2020 : The Nights by Henry Naylor : 5K

The Nights is a brilliantly executed piece of theatre by three times Fringe First Award winning playwright Henry Naylor. Set in Britain in the wake of 9/11 and the invasions of Iraq and Syria it deals with how our lives have been transformed by those events. It exposes the moral ambiguities that arise when we …

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Adelaide Fringe 2020 – Blanc de Blanc Encore – 4k

by Riccardo Barone Everything is possible in this show! Is there any possible way to please yourself with two hours of stimulating, kinky and flirtatious performance of acrobats and theatre? Yes, the production Strut & Fret guarantees for that. Champagne is the keyword. Make sure you’ve got dozen of bottles at home after you saw …

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