Review: Circus Oz shows us what it really means to be Australian in electrifying new show Model Citizens (Performances until July 16th)

I’ve been to many a circus show over the years where death defying acts are the norm however, this brand new concept show from Circus Oz has me feeling mighty proud of the creativity and ingenuity of our Australian creatives. Set under the Big Top along Birrarung Marr, the show begins with host Mitch Jones asking a couple of pretty important questions: “Have you ever wondered what makes us, us? And who are we anyway? Well tonight, we’re going to take you on a journey into the world of the model citizen.”... Read More | Share it now!

Photo Gallery: Vivid Festival lights up the Taronga Zoo in Sydney

This past weekend saw the opening of Vivid Sydney events all across the city, so we headed along to one of the festival’s most unique locations, Taronga Zoo. From the 10-minute projection on the iconic entrance building that has you traveling the world and encountering elephants, tigers and swimming in the oceans, to the massive interactive light sculptures throughout the park, Vivid Sydney at Taronga Zoo will delight and enchant guests of all ages. Here’s a look at what the location has to offer this year:... Read More | Share it now!

Adelaide Fringe Festival Review & Photos: The Kinsey Sicks’ DRAGAPELLA will leave you in stitches (Performances at Studio 7 until 19th March)

The Kinsey Sicks are “America’s Favorite Dragapella Beautyshop Quartet” and it’s easy to see why. With patriotic red white and blue costumes straight from the fifties, and four part harmonies of your favorite songs over the last twenty-three years, these girls know how throw to party. A tupperware party, that is.... Read More | Share it now!

Adelaide Fringe Festival Review & Photo Gallery: Sirqus Alfon I Am Somebody – UKIYO, Royal Croquet Club

As you enter the Ukiyo tent in the relocated and wonderfully expanded Royal Croquet Club near the Adelaide Oval, a disembodied voice on the giant screen tells us to get our phones out. This departure from the usual announcement sets the stage for what is to come. A noise meter measures the loudness of cheering. Not loud enough; do it again. Once we are all primed, the three members of the Swedish troupe Sirqus Alfon come out into the arena, sparsely furnished with an electronic drum kit – and I Am Somebody begins.... Read More | Share it now!