Adelaide Fringe 2020: Table for Two?

Where: The Office at Holden Street Theatres When: 14 & 15 Mar 7 pm How much: $15 – $20 It mustn’t be an easy feat to make such an intimate venue an ideal location for a night of physical comedy. Nevertheless, Will Treddinick confidently takes you through this Faulty-Towers-esqe romp in Table for Two? Adopting three characters, the nervous and vulnerable waiter, the sultry maître d’, … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2020: Table for Two?

Adelaide Fringe 2020: Matt Tarrant EVOLVE

What: Matt Tarrant EVOLVE Where: The Flamingo at Gluttony When: for the rest of this week, to Sun 15 March Cost: $30-35, Concession $27-32, tickets here Matt Tarrant has won Fringe Awards for seven years in a row: his show each year is about as close as you can get to a bankable night out during festival season. EVOLVE is full of fun and wholesome … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2020: Matt Tarrant EVOLVE

Adelaide Fringe: Snap Crackle Pop

What: Poof Doof‘s Snap Crackle Pop Where: Lvl 5 at RCC When: Sunday 8 March and Sunday 15 March How much?: $20, concession $15 Adelaide’s queer clubbing scene has a few mainstays, but it’s nice to get some fresh energy in the mix. Snap Crackle Pop from Melbourne’s Poof Doof is here to bring this fresh energy. Running every Sunday night of Fringe at Lvl … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe: Snap Crackle Pop

Adelaide Fringe 2020: ‘Mavericks, Madness and Murder Most Foul!’

When: 6, 7, 13, 14 Mar Where: West Terrace Cemetery How much: $25 – $28 It’s a surreal feeling walking into the West Terrace Cemetery under the cover of darkness, ready to explore the gravestones and spirits within the gates for the night tour, ‘Mavericks, Madness and Murder Most Foul!’ at the Adelaide Fringe. I squinted into the pitch black through the rows of gravestones, … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2020: ‘Mavericks, Madness and Murder Most Foul!’

Adelaide Fringe 2020: Being Dead (Don Quixote)

When: 28 Feb – 15 Mar Where: Little Theatre at RCC How much: $23 – $33 Kerith Manderson-Galvin takes to the pastel pink, satin-y stage with a silky quiet voice and a timid demeanour. They are highly self-conscious of their stage presence as they begin to introduce their show and a selection of random, unconnected possessions. A cut-out of a cop with a hole fashioned … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2020: Being Dead (Don Quixote)

Adelaide Fringe 2020: THE GODS, THE GODS, THE GODS

Where: Black Box Theatre at Noel Lothian Hall in the Adelaide Botanic Garden When: 10:30PM 23, 28 and 29 Feb, 6 – 8, 13 and 14 Mar How much: $23 – $28 What an awesome surprise THE GODS, THE GODS, THE GODS is. If you have caught Orpheus or Eurydice in previous years, or this past week of the Adelaide Fringe, you’ll be familiar with the work of Alexander Wright, … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2020: THE GODS, THE GODS, THE GODS

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: Dr Matt Agnew’s Guide to Life Beyond Earth

Where: The Parlour at Gluttony When: 22 and 23 Feb How much: $30-$33 Astrophysicist and Channel 10’s Bachelor of 2019, Dr Matt Agnew, has brought A Guide to Life Beyond Earth to Gluttony for the 2020 Adelaide Fringe. I was very curious to see what insights and talent Agnew had to offer, maybe an overview on his research, but with a healthy dose of anecdotes relating … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2020: Dr Matt Agnew’s Guide to Life Beyond Earth