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: 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

Fringe Theatre Review 2018: Speak of the Devil

What: Speak of the Devil Who: Deep End Theatre Company When: Until March 17 Where: Basem3nt Studios How much: $20, concession $15 Trigger warning// suicidal themes “The heat in the sphere incinerates the skin off my body, it morphs into thousands upon thousands of blowflies that move away in all directions, dissipating into the sky I stand there. Shaking. Bleeding. Alone I’ve never had a dream like that… … Continue reading Fringe Theatre Review 2018: Speak of the Devil

Adelaide Fringe 2018 Review: Euripides’ Alcestis

What: Euripides’ Alcestis Who: Written/ adapted by George Franklin. Performed by Scrambled Prince Theatre Company When: February 19-23 at 6pm, February 24 at 1pm Where: The Bakehouse Theatre How Much: Full price $23, Concession $18, Cheap Tuesdays $10 Tickets available here Alcestis, the Ancient Greek myth of a wife’s sacrifice for love, is repeatedly described by critics as ambiguous in tone and meaning. This piece … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2018 Review: Euripides’ Alcestis