Collage Talks: Kahlia Clarke of Sisters in SMUT

Katerina Grypma talks to Kahlia Clarke about her involvement in Sisters in SMUT, and the ensemble’s 2021 Adelaide Fringe Show Smut Uncut: An Erotica Extravanganza. Check out Sisters in Smut on Facebook and Instagram too. Collage: Hey Kahlia! Tell us a bit about yourself and your involvement in Sisters in SMUT. Kahlia: We all have our talents and hobbies – creative writing, poetry, playing musical … Continue reading Collage Talks: Kahlia Clarke of Sisters in SMUT

Adelaide Fringe Review 2021: Very Happy Children with Bright and Wonderful Futures

Who:  Jopuka Productions (NSW) and South Australian Youth Arts (SA)Where: RumpusWhen: Until 7 MarchTickets: It’s sold out already, but more info here After the destructive fires of 2019-2020, Australia was reeling. COVID may have interrupted its momentum, but before the pandemic began the wave of School Strike 4 Climate seemed unstoppable. These bushfires took too much land and too many lives, they should have been … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe Review 2021: Very Happy Children with Bright and Wonderful Futures

GOUD 2021 Review: RECLINE By Hot Dub Time Machine

Music (Electronic) Presented by Hot Dub Time Machine @ The Spiegeltent, The Garden of Unearthly Delights Monday 15th March, Tuesday 16th March: 6.30pm. View ticketing information. Content Warnings: PG, Loud noises, Smoke Effects, Strobe Lighting Tom Lowndes, more commonly known as Hot Dub Time Machine is back at the Adelaide Fringe for the world premier of RECLINE. Joined by jazz saxophonist Matt Keegan, RECLINE is … Continue reading GOUD 2021 Review: RECLINE By Hot Dub Time Machine

Adelaide Festival 2021 Review: Small Metal Objects

Who: Production by Back to Back Theatre , directed by Bruce Gladwin What: Open-air theatre When: until March 8, see website for details and ticketing information Where: Moseley Square, Glenelg Small Metal Objects is a refreshingly human, genuinely exciting and compassionate piece of theatre, executed admirably well.  I was initially drawn to the show by its open-air setup; the performers emerge from and interact with … Continue reading Adelaide Festival 2021 Review: Small Metal Objects

Adelaide Festival 2021 Review: Fangirls

Who: Belvoir What: FangirlsWhen: until 14 MarchTickets: here When I was 14, I was deep in the online Twilight and Harry Potter fandoms. This was the mid-late 2000s, where I spent days after school on Live Journal and reading fan fiction with a community of people who loved these worlds as much as me. I was a big nerd, obviously. Watching Fangirls as an adult brought … Continue reading Adelaide Festival 2021 Review: Fangirls

Adelaide Fringe 2021 Review: Late Night Dynamite

Who: Presented by Katie Wright Dynamite What: Cabaret When: Until March 20, see Fringe site for ticketing & event details. Where: Ukiyo at Gluttony Content Warnings: R18+ for occasional language, nudity and sexual references Despite being an avid Festival-goer, I had never attended a cabaret performance before seeing this show. Katie Wright’s Late Night Dynamite was certainly a great place to start. Late Night Dynamite … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2021 Review: Late Night Dynamite

Adelaide Fringe Review 2021: Anime ‘n’ Chill – a Piano Concert

WHAT: Anime ‘n’ Chill – a Piano Concert WHEN: Until 6 March 2021 WHERE: Nexus Arts COST: more details here Anime ‘n’ Chill is presented by Natalya Plays Piano, a one woman performance and her piano on stage. Natalya has created a set list that includes both niche anime as well the more classic and well-known shows like Pokemon, Naruto and Spirited Away. Throughout her … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe Review 2021: Anime ‘n’ Chill – a Piano Concert

Adelaide Fringe Review 2021: The Anti-Experts Guide to the Pandemic

WHAT: The Anti-Experts Guide to the Pandemic WHEN: Until 7 March 2021  WHERE: Gluttony – Cornucopia & Virago COST: more details here When I read this show is presented by Charles Firth (Co-Founder of The Chaser) and James Schloeffel (founder of The Shovel), as a fan, I was already anticipating a night filled with sharp and witty satirical comedy.  They did not disappoint. Both Charles … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe Review 2021: The Anti-Experts Guide to the Pandemic

Adelaide Festival 2021: The Boy Who Talked to Dogs

WHO: Slingsby and State Theatre Company WHEN: Until 14 March 2021 WHERE: Thomas Edmonds Opera Studio, Adelaide Showground COST: Click here for details Isolated, ridiculed, and oppressed, newly teen-aged Martin needed escape from his hometown of Limerick, Ireland. The Boy Who Talks to Dogs centres around a boy being made the laughing-stock of his school by his cruel teacher, and crouching in fear alongside his mother from his intimidating and … Continue reading Adelaide Festival 2021: The Boy Who Talked to Dogs

Adelaide Fringe 2021 Review: Together

What: Together Where: Nexus Arts Tickets: Concession from $25, available here Content warnings and accessibility: Strong depictions of domestic violence, discussion and portrayal of homophobia and racism. The venue is wheelchair accessible. Together, the latest from starheART theatre, follows in a long theatrical tradition of one-act plays about dysfunctional dinner parties. While I admire the attempt to touch on so many things that feature in … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2021 Review: Together