Category: Fringe 2020

FRINGE 2020: Gobby – Gluttony – 4K

In Britain, a ‘gobby’ is a loudmouth, someone who talks – a lot. Bri has been a gobby her whole life, and never found standing up for herself an issue. Next thing she knows, she’s in an emotionally abusive relationship with someone who isolates her from her friends and makes her feel at her lowest. …

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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 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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Fringe 2020 – Project Ludwig – 5k

  By Riccardo Barone  2020 means the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth; such a nice and an unusual way to celebrate with the Australian String Quartet at the Auditorium at SAHMRI. The audience had a fundamental say on the program; it was like creating your own string quartet choosing 4 movements from an available selection …

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Fringe 2020 – Black Box Theatre – Enterprise – 3.5K

By Ben Watson Written by Brian Parks, Enterprise is a satirical depiction of the honest truths found within the corporate skyscrapers of Manhattan. Four enthusiastic colleagues sense the lingering downfall of their company and hastily commence work on a proposal to win over executives and save the business. Among bickering and collusion, the corporate employees …

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FRINGE 2020: YUCK Circus – Gluttony – 4.5K

Trying to think of a word to describe YUCK Circus, I continually came back to one simple one: fun. This show is complete, total, fun. It’s hilarious, ridiculous, unadulterated fun. This talented group of circus performers from Western Australia have created a show that skewers the status quo, not just of circus, but in society …

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FRINGE 2020: HarleQueen – The Mill – 3.5K

Comedian Abby Howells takes you on a journey through history, looking at some of the world’s funniest, most successful, and often forgotten women. From a film star of the 1900s that was Charlie Chaplin’s mentor, to famous comedian-turned-reality-star Joan Rivers, we learn about these women and their talents, before understanding that, unsurprisingly, they end up …

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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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HAPPY SAD – The Songs of Tim Buckley

Wheatsheaf Hotel 29th February – Adelaide Fringe 2020 Review by Gary CLarke 4.5K ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ 💫 Long time friends Mike Kirkham, Cal Williams Jr and Andy Pil supported by Dom Smith on percussion came together for this debut performance of an homage to Tim Buckley for the 2020 Adelaide Fringe. It was vocalist/guitarist …

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