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 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: 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: Bernie Dieter’s Little Death Club

Who: Bernie Dieter, presented by Gluttony Where: Wonderland Spiegeltent (Gluttony) When: Until March 17 How much: $42 (see Fringe website for more details) What would the Fringe be without a deliciously decadent Weimar-style cabaret? In this show, award-winning cabaret starlet Bernie Dieter (previously seen in East End Cabaret) takes centre stage and brings a troupe of weird and wonderful sideshow acts with her. Although not … Continue reading 2019 Fringe Festival Review: Bernie Dieter’s Little Death Club

2019 Fringe Festival Review: Ladylike: A Modern Guide to Etiquette

What: Ladylike: A Modern Guide to Etiquette Who: Louise Beuvink Where: The Owl Room at the Masonic Lodge When: 23rd Feb – 3rd March How much: $23-$26 The boisterous and brazen Louise Beuvink dominates the stage in her cabaret-esqe show, Ladylike: A Modern Guide to Etiquette. This polished and fully-realised feminist satire, having just had a successful run at the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe, has landed … Continue reading 2019 Fringe Festival Review: Ladylike: A Modern Guide to Etiquette

2019 Fringe Festival Review: Rebel

What: Rebel Where: Wonderland Spiegeltent at Gluttony When: 24 Feb – 17 March Cost: $28-$39, tickets available here David Bowie is my very problematic fave, and his music has been incredibly important to me throughout my life (I happened to be walking along Rundle St when news broke of his death and I sat in the gutter outside what was then American Apparel and sobbed). … Continue reading 2019 Fringe Festival Review: Rebel