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Did you ever want to be a superhero but didn’t know where to start? Bec Hill’s Stand-Up comedy currently being seen at the Adelaide Fringe Festival looks at becoming a superhero from car to cape and with cheese on toast thrown in for good measure.
Up until this night I had never heard of or seen a ‘uni-tard’. I certainly wouldn’t have expected my first encounter of this costume to be within a show that purports to explore issues of loss through the death of a loved one.
Presented by Mujahid Ahmed at the Lion Arts Centre is the Adelaide Fringe Festival's Mujahid Ahmed is on African Time.
Patrick Flynn in the Adelaide Fringe Festival's Hollow Trophy is a very convincing ‘Aussie Rules Footy Hero’, lock up your daughters when these heroes’ hit town as no one would be safe!
Adelaide Fringe Festival's Capture, from Playground, is showing at Colour Cosmetica, which is actually a Hair studio, so very small and very intimate.
Alison Pollard-Mansbergh (Sybil Faulty), Daley Donnelly (Manuel) and Michael Davoren (Basil Faulty) make up the Interactive Theatre Australia troupe that put on the Faulty Towers Dining Experience for the 2009 Adelaide Fringe Festival at the excellent Quality Inn Hotel, North Adelaide, and what a great job they did!
Adelaide Fringe Festival's Chopper’s F*ckin Bingo Starring Heath Franklin is currently showing at the plush red and gold drapes of the old Royalty Theatre in the heart of the city, which is an incongruous backdrop to the ancient, time-honoured tradition of bingo, especially given this particular show’s extravagant props – a keyboard, a couple of red buckets and a bong (make that a petrol ca
Adelaide Fringe Festival’s Punch & Judy is an intense sell out show at the Puppet Palace, found in the Garden Of Unearthly Delights.
Adelaide Fringe Festival's 1000 Years of German Humour
brings plenty of humour to the soul and provides a chance to forget the recession, the state of the world and any other soul destroying events which may fill our lives at this current time.
The Adelaide Fringe Festival's The Planets was originally composed by Gustav Holst, back in 1913, and was first performed in 1919. It was based on Holst’s own interest in the astrological nature of the planets, due to the planets influence on the horoscope.
ADELAIDE FRINGE FESTIVAL Black Coffee: Set in a 1950’s club named Black Coffee, this show comes alive with the energy and pizzazz of sharp jazz, complete with the aroma of good strong black coffee.
ADELAIDE FRINGE FESTIVAL - Circus Trick Tease is performed in The Garden of Unearthly Delights in Adelaide’s East End, and this show is pure entertainment from start to end.
'Autobahn' is comprised of six sketches of two people travelling in a car and the discussions that occur between them.
The six comedians had an approximate ten minute time slot for their individual acts.
'Make Me Honest, Make Me Wedding Cake.' is showing at The Stables, just behind The Stag Hotel in the East End of Adelaide.
Ever seen a one man band in the heart of Adelaide city?
The Rhino Room in Adelaide’s East End is the perfect venue for any one man comedy show and Lehmo’s Taxing Lyrical is no exception.
But for the tiered seating that retreats from the underdressed stage, when entering the theatre, one might make the mistake that they had walked in to a hybrid club filled with bohemian misfits and the intergalactic misunderstood throwing back shots of smoking liquor
If you don’t know Yolande Moreau by name, you’ll likely recognise the star of 'Séraphine’s' distinctive phizog, the talented performer a veteran of modern European cinema familiar to Western audiences for roles in breakout French-set confections such as 'Amelie' and 'Paris, je t’aime.'
'Binge' is a very realistic portrayal of the true story of the lives of six teenagers at a local Adelaide high school.
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