Adelaide Fringe 2022: VR Swings – Volo Dreams of Flight

Who: Electric Dreams What: Immersive VR Swing When: Daily until Mar 20, find times here Where: South Australian Museum front lawn How much: $10 Say you’re walking to the Garden of Unearthly Delights from the train station and you want to kill half an hour before your Fringe show, why not make a pit stop at the lawns of the South Australian Museum for a … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2022: VR Swings – Volo Dreams of Flight

Adelaide Fringe 2022: EULOGY

Who: DARKFIELD What: Immersive physical theatre When: Feb 22 – Mar 20, see times here Where: Garden of Unearthly Delights How much: $27 Darkfield returns for a fourth year in the Garden of Unearthly Delights with their new installment of multi-sensory experiences, Eulogy. While appearing to be four plain white shipping crates dotted around the back half of the Garden, inside emulates four incredibly different … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2022: EULOGY

Adelaide Fringe 2022: Friendlyjordies: A Tale As Old As Rome

Who: Jordan Shanks, aka friendlyjordies What: Comedy/ Political When: His Adelaide Fringe season has ended, but friendlyjordies has upcoming live shows across Australia. Where: Top of the Ark, Arkaba Hotel It’s somehow weird to say, but I feel like I’ve grown up watching friendlyjordies. Since I first came across his Yilmaz content as a teenager, his Bachelor reaction videos have helped me get through early … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2022: Friendlyjordies: A Tale As Old As Rome

Adelaide Fringe 2022: SAM x Electric Dreams present Night Lab: Bedtime Stories

What: Night Lab: Bedtime StoriesWhen: Friday 18 FebruaryWhere: SA MuseumMore info: here The SA Museum has been running Night Lab events for the last few years, an adults-only night at the museum complete with cocktails, DJs, and pop up activities. Night Lab gives adults the chance to re-visit the Museum through new eyes. Your childhood favourites are still there, but they provide lots of new … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2022: SAM x Electric Dreams present Night Lab: Bedtime Stories

State Theatre Company Review: Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Who: State Theatre Company South Australia What: Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Where: Dunstan Playhouse When: 27 Jan – 6 Feb 2022 Link: Click here “George: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Martha: I am, George. I am.” Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf shocked audiences at the time it was released on Broadway in 1962. Some labelled it ‘perverse’ and ‘dirty minded’ … Continue reading State Theatre Company Review: Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Review: Eureka Day

What: Eureka DayWho: State Theatre CompanyWhen: 16-27 NovemberWhere: Dunstan PlayhouseTickets: here Earlier today I, for probably the 600th time since March 2020, read a comments section I knew I shouldn’t. The State Government announced that all teachers, volunteers, and contractors will need to be vaccinated to attend schools and child care centres. I knew what I was getting in for. I knew it was going … Continue reading Review: Eureka Day

State Theatre Company Review: Hibernation

Photo Credit: Matt Byrne When: 13th – 28th AugWhere: Dunstan Playhouse, Adelaide Festival CentreHow much: $39-$79 The beginning of the 2020s has thrown us global curveballs from the outset, which has seen a worldwide shift in our collective reality. Exploring this shift and meditating on this collective act of restoration is the world premiere of Finegan Kruckemeyer’s Hibernation, the latest offering from the State Theatre … Continue reading State Theatre Company Review: Hibernation

State Theatre Company Review: The Appleton Ladies’ Potato Race

WHO: State Theatre Company SAWHAT: The Appleton Ladies’ Potato RaceWHERE: Royalty TheatreWHEN: 8-19 June 2021COST: $39-$79 – view here Appleton seems to encapsulate the typical small Australian country town. It is host to an array of residents that mostly shy away from change, and reject leftist ideals and the new ways of city slickers moving back to town. Penny (Anna Steen) returns to her childhood … Continue reading State Theatre Company Review: The Appleton Ladies’ Potato Race

State Theatre Company Review: The Gospel According to Paul by Jonathan Biggins

Who: State Theatre Company Where: Dunstan Playhouse When: 19 April – 1 May 2021 Tickets: Click here The stage is set in Keating’s study; neoclassical paintings adorn the walls, record-player in the corner, regal wooden furniture and a luxurious armchair in front of a fireplace.  The opening scene has Jonathan Biggins (Keating) standing centre stage, scowl on his face, posture slightly slouched, and hands held … Continue reading State Theatre Company Review: The Gospel According to Paul by Jonathan Biggins

Exhibition Review: The Image is not Nothing (Concrete Archives)

What: The Image is not Nothing (Concrete Archives) Where: ACE Open When: until 24 April Do you know about the nuclear testing that took place in the Central Desert? In the 1950s and 60s, there were seven full-scale atomic bombs dropped in Maralinga, part of a series of tests that the British government conducted across Australia. One of these was twice the size of the … Continue reading Exhibition Review: The Image is not Nothing (Concrete Archives)