Tag: Adelaide Fringe

Four weeks of fun – 1

Loopy blues and a cappella muse The return of the Adelaide Fringe Festival, Australia’s biggest, and the world’s second largest arts festival- four weeks of fun. First up for review are two very dissimilar shows: one which uses technology to revamp an old musical form, whilst the other recreates complex orchestration and rhythms with nothing

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The Art of Science

Kevin Quantum: anti gravity, Adelaide Fringe 2018

SCIENCE AT THE ADELAIDE FRINGE In these days of science denial and fundamentalism in many different guises, it is so important that scientific thought is adequately and accurately represented in popular culture. There was a healthy number of science based shows in this year’s Adelaide Fringe spanning the genres of comedy, magic, visual art, drama,

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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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