Category: Performing Art

Performing Art

FRINGE – Circus & Physical Theatre – The Otherworld – Empyrean – Gluttony – 3.5K

  By Alisha Dyer With a late timeslot in Gluttony’s Empyrean, The Otherworld is an interesting little nightcap. Sit through the witching hour with a circus performance that fringes on the dark side of the arts. Olio Circus came together just last year and have spent eight months preparing their debut show. The line-up includes …

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THEATRE – Judas – Bakehouse – 4.5K

This is well crafted theatre delivered by three talented performers on top of their games; Marriott’s performance is particularly powerful. 4.5K

LUCY GRANSBURY – “Drama”

LUCY GRANSBURY – “DRAMA” – Friday 8th March 2019 7:15pm At THE BALCONY – Griffins Hotel – Hindmarsh Square Adelaide Review by Gary Clarke    5 stars Lucy Gransbury is a consummate performer. She commands a room and serves up a veritable feast of cabaret, stand up, song, witty repartee and “Fantales” lollies!! Lucy informs …

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FRINGE 2019 – Kokoda – Star Theatres/Stirling Theatre – 4K

Kokoda is an account of the ordinary confronting the extraordinary. An original theatre work with a message resonant today. Kryztoff Rating 4 K

FRINGE 2019: Stephen K Amos – The Story So Far – 5K

By Anthony Nguyen As one of the most well-known stand-up comedians over the past decade in the Adelaide Fringe circuit, Stephen K Amos brings his timeless comedic talent back to the 2019 Adelaide Fringe for (possibly) his swan song. Amos has been a regular on the international comedy circuit with numerous appearances on television and …

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FRINGE THEATRE CABARET – Hero Girl: Raising a Revolutionary! – Tandanya – The Third Space, Adelaide – 4K

By Alisha Dyer Delia Olam brings an immediate warmth to the stage, and I’m not even referring to the torch she carries for revolutionary change – which is bright! With Hero Girl, she has opened up a conversation about gender equality and the roles of females throughout history and in today’s society. With the help …

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Why John Howard REALLY Sucked – Jordan Shanks

WHY JOHN HOWARD REALLY SUCKED Jordan Shanks – Rhino Room March 1st 2019   Image: Jordan Shanks in a previous life as an Advertising Model. Review  by Gary Clarke                                                                                                                4 STARS Jordan Shanks relies on parody as the lubricant for his acerbic wit and is impressive dishing it out to high flyers, politicians and public figures but …

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FRINGE COMEDY — ERIC’S TALES OF THE SEA — Ferguson Room @ The National Wine Centre — 4K

‘Eric’s Tales of the Sea’ is exactly what it sounds like — good old-fashioned storytelling by a former submariner of the Royal Navy Submarines. And it’s excellent. 4K

FRINGE 2019 – “VIVIR” Flamenco Guitar and Dance – 5K

by Riccardo Barone La vida y la muerte. Rooted in the South of Spain, the Art of Flamenco is an ancient tradition started by the Gypsies in the South of Spain contrasting the classical tradition already present in the North. Let’s not forget when Manuel de Falla asked for help from Joaquin Turina, in order to …

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Fringe 2019 – Bourgeois and Maurice – RCC Little Theatre – 4K

We are all going to die. So we might as well go out dancing to a disco beat, with this talented and charismatic (probably human) duo as our guides. Bourgeois and Maurice, the upbeat dancer and the downbeat pianist, tell us that they are workshopping their next show and trying it out on us here …

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