Who: Written by Duncan MacMillan with Jonny Donahoe, starring Jimi Bani What: Interactive theatre When: Until 13 May 2023 Where: Space Theatre, Adelaide Festival Central Tickets and more information can be found on the State Theatre Company website. If you’re lucky, your first taste of Every Brilliant Thing comes before you even enter the theatre. My date and I were approached by the infectiously sweet … Continue reading State Theatre Company SA 2023: Every Brilliant Thing
Where: Drama Llama at Rhino RoomWhen: until Sunday 19 MarchTickets: sold here I first heard about Tom Cashman about a year ago, when I started seeing him pop up in my TikTok For You page with his landlord reference saga. I thought it was very funny. He disappeared from my radar once it all cooled down, but then much to my surprise the Australian Taskmaster … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2023: Tom Cashman | Graphs
Who: Will Tredinnick, Professional Idiot What: Comedy/Physical Theatre When: March 10 -19 Where: The Breakout at The Mill More information and ticket purchases on the Fringe site Will Tredinnick’s flavour of physical comedy as explored in the collection of sketches and gags that make up Pickled Sink is certainly as nonsensical as it is endearing. The first things I noticed about Will were his goofy … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2023: Pickled Sink
Where: University of Adelaide When: until 18 March Tickets: here Have you ever worked in an office? They’re weird kind of places. I used to have an office job where I sat for hours, waiting for the phone to ring and waiting for consultants to finish their monthly accounts so I could action them. temping is a show about working in an office. But also, … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2023: temping
When: 10PM until Sat Mar 4 How much: $20 Where: Hell’s Kitchen at Rhino Room After quitting acting to pursue comedy, Annie and Lena have given it all up to pursue ghost hunting. The pair of amateurs ghost hunters welcome you to the Overtroped Hotel; it’s vintage, it’s rustic, and it’s spooky! Annie and Lena take us through their journey to landing their niche career … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2023: Annie and Lena Hunt For Ghosts
When: 8pm until Sun Mar 5 Where: The Virago at Gluttony How much: $38 Beatles tribute acts, we’ve all seem ’em, whether it’s an homage (see last year’s Magical Mystery Tour) or a straight-up impersonation. In this Adelaide Fringe tribute, Come Together, Rachel Vidoni makes the Beatles songbook her own. Commanding the stage alongside her two stunning dancers, the energy is palpable and powerful. Backed … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2023: Come Together – The Beatles Rock Show
St. Jeromes Laneway Festival did not disappoint, the 2023 festival season has really started with the bar set high as a star studded line-up of international acts landed in Adelaide and energised its new inner city location Bonython Park. Headlined by sister trio, Haim and YouTuber turned hottest 100 Top 10 artist Joji, the day was spent deliberating which performance to prioritise as they were … Continue reading Photo Gallery: St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival 2023
Where: Under the giant ‘MR CHOON’ sign at Vestigial CourtyardWhen: Now – 12 MarchHow much: Free Look, I can’t say too much. I have just returned from a Top Secret mission and I’ve been sworn to secrecy. But, there’s good news for you: they’re looking for more recruits. INCOMING_TRANSMISSION is as mysterious as the Fringe listing seems. You turn up, you follow the clues with … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2023: INCOMING_TRANSMISSION
Where: Garden of Unearthly DelightsWhen: Now – 12 MarchHow much: $79 Another year of Fringe has kicked off this weekend, and with it, the Garden of Unearthly Delights has sprung to life in Rundle Park. Nestled near the back of the garden but hard to miss, lit with neon Japanese iconography, the Maho Magic Bar returns. If you’re like me and passed it each year … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2023: Maho Magic Bar
How far could a loved one push the bounds of society, before we would no longer recognise or accept them? And what is it that defines those bounds and keeps them in place, anyway?
These are some of the questions explored in Edward Albee’s 2000 play The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?, currently showing at Adelaide’s Dunstan Playhouse. Continue reading Theatre review: The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?