Tag: Adelaide Fringe 2015

FRINGE 2015: Rhythm Spectacular – The Music of Beyonce – 4K


By Anthony Nguyen The award-winning Perth-based group, Adam Hall and the Velvet Playboys, returns to the Adelaide Fringe 2015 presenting Rhythm Spectacular: The Music of Beyonce. Featuring the energetic Jessie Gordon and soulful Melody Itszein on vocals and a 6-piece rhythm and blues band, Beyonce fans can rejoice and celebrate as several of Beyonce’s top hits …

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FRINGE 2015 – 17th Over the Fence Comedy Film Festival – Palace Nova Cinemas – 4.5K

By Olivia Henry Sit down and be prepared to take a ride through the imaginations of 12 of the world’s best independent filmmakers. Although there is no set subject, it is said that entrants often seem to follow similar trends. This year, all films follow the theme of “love, angst and other deceptions.” Following the …

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Fringe 2015: I Liked You Better Online – Bakehouse Theatre – 3.5K


The pretentious persona to pick up a potential partner is definitely the theme. I Liked You Better Online is the tale of the romance over technology. It is an absolute comedy that takes the show and the characters we play online to enhance our-not-very-interesting-selves. Emerging from the darkness with great enthusiasm, Luke McMahon who played …

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FRINGE 2015 – Tinder Surprise – Goodwood Institute – 4K

Tinder Surprise is a local stage production at the Goodwood Institute. With a simple yet versatile set, characters Mike and Fiona journey through the dangers and disasters of Tinder dates. While it was a little slow to get started, the show was generally well-written and had a number of memorable, quotable moments. The show improved …

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Fringe 2015 – Little Egypt’s Speakeasy – The Deluxe – The Garden of Unearthly Delights – 4K


By Tom Eckert Walking into The Deluxe, turned Little Egypt’s Speakeasy club and finding a booth is stepping straight back into the 1950s. A six piece band, a handful of characters and brilliant baritone MC who speaks in rhyme and all dressed to the nines. At the heart of this show it is a pleasant …

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FRINGE 2015 – #FirstWorldWhiteGirls – La Boheme – 5K


We live in such a problematic society, and we feel as if we are alone. This show will make you realise that our problems are either they’re smaller than you think or they’re more than real than they should be. With a very appropriate venue, Brisbane beauties, Judy Hainsworth and Kaitlin Oliver Parker, better known …

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FRINGE 2015: Truth Be Told Neel Kolhatkar – ComedySuperNova – 4.5K

If you’re looking for some culture, like one of the audience – you won’t go wrong on this. Truth Be Told speaks for itself, as this Youtube comedian speaks of what is happening in … it gets funnier. If you recognise this bloke from his ‘Australia in 2 minutes’ video that catapulted him to this …

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FRINGE 2015: James McLean – Big Enough and Ugly Enough – 4K


By Anthony Nguyen After debuting in 2012 with his musical comedy hit, A Kick in the Head and Other Seduction Techniques, James McLean is back for the 2015 Adelaide Fringe with his new comedy show Big Enough and Ugly Enough. Big Enough and Ugly Enough tells McLean’s story when he received a letter and an …

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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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