Tag: Adelaide Fringe 2012 comedy reviews

FRINGE – The Best of the Fest Late Show at The GOV – 4K

The Gov, not quite as glam as L.A.s House of the Blues and yet not as grungy as Sydney’s Three Weeds, provided a perfect venue showcasing talent as a taster. 4K

FRINGE – Bulmer’s Best of the Fringe – Gov – 4K

Bulmers Best of the Edinburgh Fest “Best of” shows are good value because they provide an opportunity for us the punters to take a risk and usually guarantee that we return home having seen at least one good act. The bad news is that this “Best of” only showcases three comedians including the MC. 4K

FRINGE – Horse – Queens Theatre

The show was well received at the Edinburgh Festival and has travelled well from the UK, I hope it’s as successful in its run here. 4K

FRINGE – Stephen K Amos – Arts Theatre – 4K

There was much to enjoy in the show, some material deadly funny, and his somewhat unique way of interacting with his audience was great fun. 4K

FRINGE – Eddie Ifft – Eddie’s World – Arts Theatre – 3K

Eddie’s humour is squarely of interest to little more than single guys in their early to mid twenties for whom good taste and the perils of misogyny have yet to invade their lives. 3K