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LAURIE BLACK : LIVE – ADELAIDE FRINGE 2018 – 4K

Who would have thought that a pre-apocalypse party could be so much fun? Laurie Black welcomes us into her living room and regales us with apocalypse-tips, poetry and song. With her warmth, wit and charm she soon has the audience doing anything she asks them to do, even when she’s telling them not to do …

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Fringe 2016 – La Pena Flamenca – La Boheme – 4.5K

With excellent guitar accompaniment throughout by Aloysius Leeson and Marduk Gault , Pena Flamenca is a very accomplished and enjoyable experience. 4.5K

FRINGE 2016: Gym Junkie – 4K

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By Anthony Nguyen Dressed in brightly coloured, tight-fitting activewear, Lisa-Marie Ryan represents the modern woman (and man) who has a complicated love-hate relationship with going to the gym. Ryan’s one-woman cabaret show, befittingly titled Gym Junkie, presents a hilarious 12-step guide to help start your gym experience; going through all topics from workout clothes to …

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FRINGE 2015 – #FirstWorldWhiteGirls – La Boheme – 5K

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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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ADELAIDE FRINGE 2013 – All Washed Up! – 4K

By Anthony Nguyen   In a fantastic opening musical number displaying the evident musically trained voices, the self-proclaimed ‘bad boys of musical theatre’ make a splash into the Adelaide Fringe with an uplifting musical comedy show titled All Washed Up! The comedy duo consists of: Andrew, a tall, happy-go-lucky and often narcissistic man, and his …

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FRINGE: Cabaret – Geraldine Quinn: You’re the Voice – La Boheme – 5K

As an audience member, it’s not often that you begin a show by standing to attention and singing the National Anthem. Perhaps it should be done more frequently; it certainly seemed to get everyone into the mood for You’re the Voice.Geraldine Quinn is not afraid to show her love of the anthem in all its …

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FRINGE: Cabaret – Marry Me a Little – La Boheme – 3K

Rita (Merrilyn Greer), Edie (Leah Potter) and Betty (Tahlia Ries) are The Bailey Dolls, a musical trio who perform in the club of Frank Hartley (Buddy Dawson). With the news that a friend has received a marriage proposal, Betty, who has been waiting on her beau to pop the question for years, has reached the …

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FRINGE 2013 – Simply The Henbest – La Boheme – 3K

Henbest exudes sass. She moves about the stage comfortably and, with the assistance of subtle choreography, certainly has the air of a diva. 3K

Megan Doherty – La Boheme – 3K

The 28 year old recent graduate in musical theatre from Ballarat chose the topics of loneliness, lust and yearning to underpin her show entitled The Girl Who Won’t Grow Up, a repertoire that had Weimar cabaret strains to it without going for the whole Marlene Dietrich persona. 3K

FRINGE: Wrongtown – Homicide and Home Cooking-Cabaret-3.5K

The dark world of Wrongtown will not be to everyone’s taste, in terms of subject matter this is probably polar opposite to The Loverbirds’ glitzy vibrant offering over in the Garden but that does not mean this cabaret show is any less fun.  In Homicide and Homecooking double-act Rose Sejean and Adelaide-born Claire Bowden deliver …

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