Tag: Gluttony

FRINGE 2016: The Naked Magicians – 4.5K

By Anthony Nguyen Being on the fringe circuit for several years now, Christopher Wayne and Mike Tyler return as The Naked Magicians at the 2016 Adelaide Fringe this year. Highly energetic and enthusiastic performers, Wayne and Tyler serve as great comedic hosts for a fun night out with lots of raunchy magic and bare nakedness. …

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Fringe 2015: Glitches in Reality – Gluttony – The Bally – 4K

Inspired by M.C. Escher’s two dimensional drawings of impossible three dimensional objects, Simon Coronel brings his one man performance, Glitches in Reality. Exploring the illusion of what appears to be impossible in reality. We all know reality is that these illusions are performed by sleight of hand, deception and misdirection, in this case done with …

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FRINGE 2015 – Illuminate – Gluttony – 2.5K

I was somewhat underwhelmed. 2.5K

FRINGE 2015: Psych! – Gluttony – The Peacock – 4K

Mentalist & Mind reader Phoenix uses his showmanship to keep the audience amazed until they leave wondering, “How did he know that?” For those who wonder what a mentalist show is compared to a magic show, where the question left in the audiences mind is “How did he do that?” Which is every good showman’s …

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FRINGE 2015 – Bey Dance Workshop – Gluttony – 4.5K

By Olivia Henry   The Beyoncé Dance Workshop is just as the name suggests: a class that teaches Beyoncé Knowles’ signature dance routines to some of her most popular songs.   For those of you who don’t know who Beyoncé is; First of all, where have you been?! And second, I’m sorry for the outburst. …

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FRINGE 2015 – Papillon – Gluttony – 3.5K

It is all rather good fun and while you can probably see better (‘death defying’) gymnastics elsewhere the humour and lower ticket prices make Papillon more than a safe choice. 3.5K

FRINGE 2015: Sparrow-Folk: SubBIRDia – Gluttony: The Bally – 4K

The friendly greeting from performers Catherine Crowley and Juliet Moody, the sparkly bunting hanging from a bright Hills Hoist and the offer of a (very tasty – take the offer) homemade cookie, iced to look like a breast, set the scene for this show well. This is a tight 45 minutes of musical comedy about …

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FRINGE – Chris Radburn ‘Breaking Rad’ – 3.5K

Radburn has a great stage presence. His show is full of warm energy and humour and he has the immediate ease and blithe attitude of a natural stand up performer. The Piglet in Gluttony was overflowing with laughter for his one hour set. Over the course of his show Radburn discusses his life, his children …

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ADELAIDE FRINGE 2013 – Lady Sings It Better – 4.5K

By Anthony Nguyen Donning their pink tutus, snazzy bowties and sassy feminist attitudes, the all-female all-singing all-harmonizing cast of Lady Sings It Better graces the stage in their sold-out opening show of the 2013 Adelaide Fringe. With a performing cast consisting of five talented ladies: Maeve Marsden, Libby Wood, Belinda Crawford, Monique Potter, and Anna …

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FRINGE 2013 Victoria Healy’s Anatomy – Gluttony – 2.5K

By Vincent Coleman Victoria Healy is a female comedian. There is an awful stereotype around female comedians, that being that they are either a) not funny, or b) they are funny, at the expense of their own dignity. Personally, I disagree with both of these sentiments. Women can be, and often are, funny as fuck. …

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