Tag: Fringe 2014

FRINGE – A Jazzy Afternoon – 3.5K

Olivia Henry   A Jazzy Afternoon, performed by the City of Adelaide Band, is located at the Hoyts Cinema in Salisbury. This unorthodox venue provides a very comfortable listening experience for this 40-piece community concert band. Lead by Ukranian-born conductor Sergey Grynchuk, the afternoon begins with a medley of songs from the Phantom of the …

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FRINGE – The Best of Adelaide Fringe – Late Show – Al Amir – 3.5K

The Best of Adelaide Fringe – Late Show is a great show to go and see for those who are unable settle on which Fringe show to choose, or simply those who love variety. 3.5K

FRINGE – Bitch Boxer – Holden Street Theatres – 4.5K

When we first meet Chloe Jackson (Holly Augustine), she’s managed to lock herself out of the house. This is particularly bad considering she was already running late and can’t risk her Dad finding out that she’s been slacking off all weekend with her new boyfriend, Jamie.  Bitch Boxer is all go from the very first, as …

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FRINGE – Albert Einstein: Relativitively Speaking – Holden Street Theatres – 4.5K

Anyone who didn’t catch John Hinton’s last one man scientific musical journey (focusing on the life of Charles Darwin), when it was on at the 2012 Fringe, really missed out. Hinton is a likeable, energetic performer with a passion for academic history, a deft control of the English language, a sizable chunk of musical ability …

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FRINGE – The Bunker Trilogy: Morgana – The Bunker – 5K

In the trenches of World War I, three young officers celebrate the brief period of respite offered by the Christmas Day ceasefire. Despite their surroundings they are full of life, teasing one another and jokingly reminiscing about home and their days together at school. Gawain (James Marlowe) claims to have seen a girl out in …

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