Tag: Theatre

Faulty Towers The Dining Experience – The Ambassadors Hotel – 5K

By Olivia Henry   Inspired by the beloved BBC Series, Faulty Towers The Dining Experience is the perfect night out for all ages.This internationally loved performance is back on home turf for a fully interactive theatre show. The evening provides two hours of entertainment accompanied by a very enjoyable, 70’s style three-course meal. Karen Hamilton …

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FRINGE – Miles Away – 3K

Set with only a bicycle stand upon a cloud-paneled backdrop, Miles Away tells the story of a woman’s struggles with past demons as she travels upon a road to self-discovery in the Australian outback. 3K

Adelaide Fringe 2013 – Alice in the Madhouse – The Birdcage

It is upsetting that my favourite show of the 2013 Adelaide Fringe, in my favourite venue of this year’s festival, was discovered so close to the end of the season. First to the venue – The Birdcage is one of the seemingly dozens of pop-up theatres around the state at the moment. Located in the …

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FRINGE 2013 – Shakespeare for Kids – Romeo and Juliet – Holden Street Theatres

I’m a Shakespearean purist. With the single exception of Ethan Hawke’s 2000 version of Hamlet and maybe one or two Kenneth Branagh adaptations floating around here or there, if it’s not adhering strictly to the Shakespearean script it’s generally not good enough for me. So I was a little anxious about how a show could …

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FRINGE: A Little Horse Play – Tuxedo Cat – 2.5K

After advertising last year’s version of the show as a work in progress Steve Sheehan returns with this, presumably complete version of A Little Horse Play.  A play featuring a little horse, the music of Wagner, Lizst and Satie and an Opera Singer. The surreal premise of a restaurant ‘background comedian’ telling jokes to the …

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FRINGE: A Night to Dismember-Tuxedo Cat-4.5K

It’s immediately obvious when Wil Greenway enters the stage earnestly dancing to Bon Ivor’s Flume with an inflatable shark that A Night to Dismember is not going to be an ordinary theatre show.  However, I am not sure anyone was prepared for how weird Greenaway’s story of girlfriend-stealing sharks, space cheese, and talking asteroids was …

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