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FRINGE: An AUC Out of Hell-Cabaret-3k

Only two people seemed to claim their ticket money back when the demure announcement was made that An AUC Out of Hell, a concert of pop and rock music by Adelaide University Choral Society, would not in fact feature any songs by Rock Opera legend Meatloaf.  Instead, the setlist put together by guest conductor Tim …

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FESTIVAL OF ARTS: School Dance- Theatre – 4K

It is a brave aim to produce a play aimed at teenagers but this production should attract any child of the 80s or fan of comedy theatre. A real treat for Festival goers who have ever or are currently living the teenage experience. 4K

Mike Wilmot-Hunting Lodge-4k

Thursday night at 7.30 is probably not the most sought-after spot amongst stand-up comedians in the Garden however Mike Wilmot turned this potential handicap to his advantage last night.  Despite the crowd’s seeming unwillingness to have any fun whatsoever the Canadian Comedy Legend teased out more than a handful of big laughs with his middle-aged …

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The Ring. Wagner. Animated.-The Big Slapple Apollo Theatre-2.5k

It is part of The Fringe’s charm that it has almost every form of entertainment imaginable on offer.  It is with this in mind that is is important to keep an open mind when perusing the Fringe Program and picking what you will go and see.  Often you will be rewarded for your adventurousness but …

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FRINGE-The Terrible Infants-Holden Street Theatre-5k

Fringe goers who venture off the beaten track will be rewarded handsomely if they travel up to Holden Street in Hindmarsh where they will be treated to this fantastic show in the fittingly crumbling surroundings of the Arch Theatre.  The Terrible Infants is a collection of intertwined vignettes adapted from Oliver Lansley’s dark children’s stories …

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FRINGE – An Irishman’s Guide to Internet Dating – Austral – Red Room – 2K

You may need to judge this one for yourself. 2K

FRINGE: Akmal – Royalty Theatre – 5K

Comedians are like wine, some never become enjoyable, no matter how long they have been aged, some have a very clear use by date after which they go down the drain and then there are those which age so well, better and better year by year. One of these well aging comedians is Akmal, even …

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FRINGE: Spitfire Solo – Higher Ground – 4K

Spitfire Solo is presented by Guy Materson’s Centre for International Theatre is presenting at Higher Ground until the 18th March. Written and performed by the very talented Nicholas Collett, Spitfire Solo takes us on a journey through the life of Peter Walker, from his early child hood’s unforgettable first flight in Dad’s friend’s Tigermoth, his …

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FRINGE – Guilt Ridden Sociopath – Byron Bertram – Gluttony – 3K

Bertram was funniest when he seemed to go off-script and banter with the crowd.

RAW – Paspaley Polo in the City – Victoria Park Racecourse

For the crowd that braved the wet morning weather and ventured to the annual Paspaley Polo in the City on Saturday where rewarded with a fine afternoon of champagne, polo and sun shine. The event which this year had moved to Victoria Park Racecourse catered well for what seemed to be a record crowed. See …

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