Category: Music

I’d rather be … Irish!

ST. PATRICK’S DAY IN ADELAIDE What is it about the universal appeal of the Irish and St Patrick’s Day, 17th March, in particular? Is it because, despite a world wide diaspora, Ireland never acquired the baggage of 19th century colonial conquest, its inhabitants rather being transported or displaced as involuntary colonists? Or is it the

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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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Fringe frolics: week 2 part 2

Rock Orchestra Under the Stars, Adelaide Fringe 2018

A NIGHT OF CREAM – ADELAIDE SONGS THE DIRECTOR’S CUT – BELLY OF A DRUNKEN PIANO -ROCK ORCHESTRA UNDER THE STARS. Imitating the individual virtuosity of Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce and their collective brilliance as Cream was always going to be a hard task. In their tribute show, A Night of Cream,

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