Tag: Adelaide Fringe 2012

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: Belt Up Theatre’s The Boy James – AC ARTS – 4.5K

This is a powerful and affecting show, the themes and feeling of which draw you in and pierce your core. The trio of actors create an intense dynamic, as relationships change and control shifts from one to another. 4.5K

FRINGE: Belt Up Theatre’s Outland – AC ARTS – 5K

Blending the life of author Lewis Carroll with a condensed version of his story Sylvie and Bruno, this piece captures the absurdity of his writing, the nostalgia for childhood which sits at the back of your consciousness, and the magical spark that can only be created by live theatre. This is a piece which will excite, delight, bemuse and amaze. 5K

FRINGE: The Disappearances Project – Theatre – AC ARTS – 3K

The Disappearances Project was certainly intellectually engaging, but it would be a stretch to define it as entertaining. If you’re up for a bit of deep thought and want to learn more about the subject matter though, it’s a good way to do so. 3K

FRINGE – Tom Binns as Ian D. Montfort – The Garden – 4K

Tom Binns as Ian D. Montfort – Garden of Unearthly Delights Tom Binns show Ian D. Montfort  Spirit Comedium has received many soaring reviews and awards internationally and brings it back to the Adelaide Fringe again this year for us to enjoy until 17th March, nightly at 8:15pm. Tom describes his show of a hybrid …

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FRINGE: The World’s Biggest Pub Crawl- Part of the Adelaide Fringe, Sponsored by Coopers

The World’s Biggest Pub Crawl is designed for groups to take advantage of some great drink specials during the Fringe, thanks to local pubs and Coopers. Anyone can participate, whether it is a corporate, sporting, social or a university group. Unlike normal pub-crawls, participants are able to choose the time, date, venues and duration. With …

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