Adelaide, Adelaide Fringe 2016

Vincent, Adelaide Fringe Festival 2016

No Comments 13 March 2016

Artistic Director and choreographer, Melissa Lanham, has been working on bringing the performance of Vincent to life for several years now. Not only has she succeeded in portraying the famous impressionist, but in portraying creativity and art in a number of forms. Dance, visual art, music, letter writing, and theatre have all come together to embody […]

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Down Down Lucifer, Adelaide Fringe Festival 2016

No Comments 11 March 2016

Philippe Klaus’ Down Down Lucifer tells the tale of Lucifer, a fallen angel who wants to be God. He intends to stage a coup by collecting enough souls to overthrow Heaven – the only problem is, how? Down Down Lucifer is a clever, enthralling representation of the traditional devil myth. In his opening monologue, Klaus let his […]

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Betwixt, Adelaide Fringe Festival 2016

No Comments 11 March 2016

Marina Gellmann is an Adelaide local, born and raised in the circus. She has presented at least one show per year to the Adelaide Fringe and this year she presents her first solo performance. Betwixt is unlike any of Marina’s previous shows – she attempts to weave a story, connecting each act to the next. The first act is paced […]

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Dave Callan – I Promised Craig I’d Do Something, Adelaide Fringe Festival 2016

No Comments 10 March 2016

Dave Callan, also known as the man with that ridiculous beard who’s occasionally on ABC2, has returned to the fringe in between working on his show for next year. Despite a busted knee, which meant very little dancing this time around, Dave felt like the old man with a cane who comes back to the Rhino Room and […]

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Lucidity, Adelaide Fringe Festival 2016

No Comments 10 March 2016

JackRabbit Theatre’s Lucidity portrays the story of Alex, a self-help tycoon who made millions through his company Lucidity, which promotes the benefits of lucid dreaming. Lucid dreaming is when a person is aware that he or she is dreaming while they are doing so. Alex has successfully capitalised on this concept by asserting a method in which the […]

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Sound & Fury’s Lord of the Thrones, Adelaide Fringe Festival 2016

No Comments 10 March 2016

Sound & Fury’s Lord of the Thrones was, as expected, a crossover of The Lord of the Rings and Game of Thrones. However, instead of the dramatic fantasy approach that both productions depict, Sound & Fury took a comedic route. Warning the audience that the performance would inevitably be “less theatre and more stand-up comedy with a plot”, Richard, Patrick, and Ryan chose […]

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UnPlotted Potter, Adelaide Fringe Festival 2016

No Comments 10 March 2016

The guys and gals from Scriptease have put together an excellent impro show about the lives and drama’s of some of Harry Potter’s most overlooked characters. With a different character every night and over 170 to choose from, any Potter-head is almost guaranteed to be entertained. Jarrad, whose enthusiasm is contagious, hosts the show. He […]

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The Barbaroi, Adelaide Fringe Festival 2016

No Comments 07 March 2016

In what can only be summed up as ‘Heavy Metal and Electronic Circus’, The Barbaroi is a thrilling collection of tricks and techniques. The 60-minute show puts all its emphasis on the feats of its performers; exhibiting acrobatics, equilibristics, and the usual crowd favourites like juggling. The Barbaroi merges circus with other forms of physical theatre, with the introductory […]

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Overthinking It, Adelaide Fringe Festival 2016

No Comments 07 March 2016

Matt Lane and Danny Giles are overthinking it. Discussing anything from the powerful feeling of being the resident spider-killer to the pressure of keeping up the appearance of being a “man’s man”; this Sydney duo keep the audience entertained until the very end. Overthinking It, funnily enough, is a show about those kind of situations that get […]

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#DearDiary, Adelaide Fringe Festival 2016

No Comments 04 March 2016

#DearDiary is a one-woman theatre performance by Andi Snelling, who acts out segments of her life that she has written in her diary over the years. Andi’s performance is varied throughout, ranging from loud and jumpy one minute to calm and quiet the next. These mood swings give the effect of a rapid rollercoaster and the […]

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