Adelaide Fringe 2021 Review: Ember

What: Ember Where: Watch at home When: season is finished Tickets: $10 Content warnings and accessibility: discussion of mental health issues, potential self-harm. The video is closed captioned. I have a confession to make. My initial interest in Ember was sparked by the fact that it was online. I’m still a bit nervous about big crowds sans vaccination, and also really like my couch: a … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2021 Review: Ember

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 2020: No Lights, No Lycra

What: No Lights, No Lycra Where: Kick n Box, Stepney How much: $10 No Lights, No Lycra started in Melbourne in 2009 and has been grooving around the world ever since. There are several local Adelaide groups, and Fringe is a great opportunity to try out one of the local chapters. The premise of NLNL is simple: the lights are off, the music is on, … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2020: No Lights, No Lycra

Adelaide Fringe 2020: Electric Dreams

What: Welcome to My World from Electric Dreams Where: Great Hall at Masonic Lodge How much? $15, concession $12, tickets for all shows here VR has exploded over the last few years, and is rapidly becoming the new Thing. If buying an Oculus isn’t for you though (we love poor students here at Collage because we are poor students lol), Electric Dreams is! With six … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2020: Electric Dreams

Adelaide Fringe 2020: Rebel

What: Rebel Where:  Wonderland Spiegeltent at Gluttony How much: $39, concession from $28, tickets here Back with a new show filled with acrobatics, circus tricks, excellent music, outrageous costumes, and fun, Rebel is a reliably enjoyable night for Bowie-lovers and newcomers alike. Having seen last year’s version and absolutely loved it, I was keen for another packed night. Starting the evening with a rousing version … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2020: Rebel

Adelaide Fringe 2020: Frankenstein: How to Make a Monster

What: Frankenstein: How to Make a Monster Where: The Attic at RCC   When: Regular shows to Sun 15 March How much?: $35, concession $25, tickets here or here Loosely adapting Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, BAC Beatbox Academy’s Frankenstein: How to Make a Monster is an absolutely remarkable show of beatbox, rap, vocal gymnastics, and politics. After enormous success at the Edinburgh Fringe last year, they … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2020: Frankenstein: How to Make a Monster

Adelaide Fringe 2020: The Nights by Henry Naylor

WHERE: The Arch, Holden Street Theatres WHEN: 19 Feb – 15 Mar DURATION: 50 minutes TICKETS: $20 – $28 – buy them here Henry Naylor’s the Nights, exhibits insight to the media frenzy when the story of Shamima Begum broke out – the 15 year old school girl from Bethnal Green, who ran away to become an ISIS jihadi bride and is now seeking to … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2020: The Nights by Henry Naylor