Category: Fringe 2013

Fringe 2013

FRINGE 2013 – Le Foulard – Tuxedo Cat – 5K

This was a wonderful show which left you laughing and engaged! This is ‘a not to miss show’. 5K

FRINGE 2013 – Eddie Ifft – 2K

If you’re into a highly rude, crude show (that probably should be classified as R rated comedy) then this is definitely the show for you. But if not, don’t go – don’t say we didn’t warn you! 2K

FRINGE 2013 – KnickKnack – AC Arts – 2.5K

Although there were some quirky moments and this piece entertained the audiences, this show didn’t really say much at all. 2.5K

FRINGE 2013 – Homage to Uncertainty – Emma Beech – Tuxedo Cat – 3.5K

This show strongly exhibits Emma’s fine taste in tackling the very large topic of uncertainty. 3.5K

FRINGE 2013 – The Big Band Burlesque Show – Nexus Cabaret – 4K

by Alana Massalsky If you’re a woman you’ll lust after the costumes, if you’re a man you’ll just lust.  This is burlesque. Everything you’d expect of the art form was present and correct:  curvaceous confident women, booty and booby shimmying, a good deal of corsets and sequins, tassels and feathers, and choreography designed to tease …

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FRINGE Again Amazed – The Cavern Club – 4K

Nicholas Tweedy is back for the Adelaide Fringe presenting some of his amazing acts using his clever skills some of which he says took him over 12 years to learn. Combining slight of hands magic with clever, outright remarkable mentalism ,  and a dash of humour he thoroughly astonishes the audience into amazement again and …

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FRINGE TICKET BINGE – Piano Boys & Saints of British Rock – WIN TIX

Kryztoff’s Fringe Ticket Binge today is for two musical treats – the Saints of British Rock and Piano Boys – check out the post on how to win.

ADELAIDE FRINGE 2013 – UniSA Gear Up 2013 – 3K

By Anthony Nguyen   The University of South Australia kicked of the new academic year with its first annual UniSA Gear Up music and arts festival as part of its O’Week festivities on the 27th of February this year. Two stages, located on George Street and the Lion’s Courtyard, housed the performances of over 20 …

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FRINGE 2013 The Angry Cabbie – The Maid – 3K

by Alana Massalsky When you’ve been working in a job for 16 years there’s likely to be a few things that piss you off about it, regardless of what you do.  If you’ve spent those years working as a cabbie it’s probably a miracle you don’t have occupationally induced anger management issues.  Mark Martin, the …

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Freefall Town Hall 4.5K

Freefall is an acrobatic based show which, using sarcastic and awkward comic undertones, explores the subject of fear. From the instant the lights go up, the stage is a flurry of movement. The six performers move so quickly and so constantly that watching the show is similar to peering through a kaleidoscope, so beautiful but …

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