Category: festivals

The big sleep 

END OF THE ADELAIDE FRINGE (for now) It’s the end of the show.  Final curtain calls. House lights on. Take a bow, Adelaide. One summer month when the city comes super-alive for audiences and performers alike. With over 1200 shows, record ticket sales and four weeks of perfect weather this was surely the best Fringe ever.

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Fringe frolics: week 4

BUSH GOTHIC – MIDNIGHT MARAUDERS -BUTTERFLY: THE JOURNEY CONTINUES – ROUGE Fringe Award winners in 2017, the Victorian ensemble Bush Gothic returned this year to the Royal Croquet Club. Traditionally attired and with mainly traditional instruments (piano, violin, double bass, percussion and drums), the trio perform Australian folk music in a manner which is anything

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Fringe frolics week 3

Teskey Brothers, Adelaide Fringe Review

WE ARE IAN – TESKEY BROTHERS – CARLA LIPPIS- GYPSY FIRE Just occasionally you see something beyond imagining- a show that challenges your expectations and prejudices. We are Ian was that show. An interpretive dance show based on the late 1970’s Manchester rave scene where the only spoken dialogue is by a light bulb dangling

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