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: 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 Fringe Review 2021: DIRT

What: DIRT Where: Holden Street Theatres, The Arch Tickets: $30, concession $25, available here. Dates: Sun 21/2 to Sun 21/3 Content warnings and accessibility: discussion of homophobic violence, drug use, mild nudity. Wheelchair accessible. DIRT is an immensely compelling and upsetting work that explores both the acute violence and insidious shame of homophobia, set against the backdrop of Russia and Chechnya’s purges against LGBTQIA+ people. … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe Review 2021: DIRT

Adelaide Fringe Review 2021: Kevin Kropinyeri Goes Talkabout

Who: Kevin Kropinyeri What: Stand-up comedy When: In Adelaide until March 21st Where: Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute as well as locations in Whyalla and Murray Bridge. See Fringe website for details and ticketing information. Kevin Kropinyeri is practically a veteran of the Australian comedy scene: He’s been doing stand-up across Australia (including in countless regional towns and Indigenous communities) for 14 years, and he’s … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe Review 2021: Kevin Kropinyeri Goes Talkabout

Adelaide Fringe Review 2021: 1000 Doors – Door Within A Door

Who: Created by Christian Wagstaff and Keith Courtney, presented by Buxton Walker What: Interactive installation 1000 Doors When: 19th Feb- 18th March, from 5pm-10pm weekdays, from 11am-10pm weekends Where: Garden of Unearthly Delights. Buy tickets and view details. 1000 Doors- Door Within A Door has been created by Christian Wagstaff and Keith Courtney, the team behind the 2018 Garden of Unearthly Delights’ House of Mirrors. … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe Review 2021: 1000 Doors – Door Within A Door

Adelaide Fringe 2020: A Simple Space by Gravity and Other Myths

WHERE: The Octagon at Gluttony WHEN: 20 Feb – 15 Mar DURATION: 60 minutes TICKETS: $30 – $40 buy them here Gravity and Other Myths are no strangers when it comes to the Adelaide Fringe. Chances are you’ve already seen them, or someone you know has recommended them to you. Let this be the review that tips you over the edge and finally pushes you … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2020: A Simple Space by Gravity and Other Myths

Adelaide Fringe 2020: The Choir of Man

Where: The Moa at Gluttony When: 15 Feb – 15 Mar Duration: 80 minutes How much?: $58, concession $35, tickets here The Choir of Man, these guys know how to get you in the mood to sing and dance. They have crafted a familiar and comfortable atmosphere for their audience, transporting you to the centre of a pub, the Jungle. There is free beer on … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2020: The Choir of Man

Adelaide Fringe 2020: After Hours Cabaret Club – LOCK IN

What: After Hours Cabaret Club – LOCK IN Where: Wonderland Spiegeltent, Gluttony When: Various dates to 14/3 How much?: $35, concession $27 (The Sat 29 Feb show has Auslan interpretation) I am the Oldest Person in the World, so when I realised that the After Hours Cabaret Club – LOCK IN starts at 10.45 at night, I was trepidatious. I love naked women dancing as … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2020: After Hours Cabaret Club – LOCK IN

2019 Fringe Festival Review: Bin Laden – The One Man Show

What: Bin Laden: One Man Show Who: Sam Redway and Tyrrell Jones Where: The Studio at Holden Street Theatres  When: See website for full details What started out seemingly like a seminar for a motivational speech became an autobiographical account of the personal life of Bin Laden, as well as a brief history lesson on Islamic politics since the sixties.  Sam Redway portrayed Bin Laden, … Continue reading 2019 Fringe Festival Review: Bin Laden – The One Man Show

2019 Adelaide Fringe Review: HYPNOSIS [Live]

What: HYPNOSIS [Live] Who: Isaac Lomman Where: May Wirth and Moa at Gluttony When: See website for details  I think that most people do not believe in the power of hypnosis. No matter how skeptical you are, like me, you will be amazed and rocking yourself with laughter after Isaac Lomman’s show. After tonight I believe that there are many people of a certain disposition, … Continue reading 2019 Adelaide Fringe Review: HYPNOSIS [Live]